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The simple truth is yes they can tell something has been done with the trucks computer, but if the truck has been put back to stock, they can't say with absolute certainty that it had a tuner on it. It's not like it tells them a black maxx tuner was uswed on the truck. My suggetion is put thetruck back to stock, drive it until it completes 1 regen cycle then take it in. They will see right away that it has gone through a regen, which they know tuners delete, and they will probably not give it another thought. Keep in mind though if you bring it in with a blown motor or some other huge expensive repair that seems out of the ordinary, they will probanly dig a lot deeper which they should since Ford shouldn't have to pay to fix a truck that somebody put a tuner on then screwed up and wants a free repair job so they can go out and do it again. If it is not tuner related then ford should cover it.
One other thing, if you are using your stock exhaust tail pipe with a tuner, make sure you clean the soot out of the tps. Kinda hard to say you haven't been using a tuner when there is black soot in your exhaust.
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