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Isn't it fraud if you put modifications on your truck, trash something, then take the mods off and try and get Ford to pay for the problems? If you go into the dealer with a window that won't work under warranty, I don't think the dealer will argue that it should be fixed under warranty even if you have tuner or a dpf delete.
Let's get real here. If you put modifications on you're truck and something goes wrong in the drivetrain, you buy it. Why should Ford have to pay. Aren't posters advocating lying and fraud on this website by telling other viewers that if something goes wrong, tune back to stock and bolt the DPF back on before taking the truck back to the dealer?
We've all heard the cliche, "if you're gonna play, you're gonna pay". Quite trying to get somebody else to pay if something goes wrong after you mod your truck.
By the way, no disrespect to the OP. He's talking about taking his truck in with the mods installed.
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