After reading this, I dont see the need for it...
2013 Ford Super Duty | View Full Ford Super Duty Warranty Information | Ford.com
On the 6.7, 5 years or 100K but...
5 years 60K on the tranny. Kinda sucks.
This is what I dont get tho...
Extended warranty coverage periods are available for certain
vehicle parts and conditions. Specifically,
......does this mean you have to get the extended warranty coverage? Sounds like it. I just want to make sure.
(4) Your vehicle’s direct injection diesel engine and certain engine
components are covered during the PowerStroke Diesel Engine Coverage
Period, which lasts for five years or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs
first. The following parts are covered during this extended coverage
period: the engine
, cylinder block, heads and all internal parts
and exhaust manifolds, timing gear, harmonic balancer, valve covers, oil
pan and pump, water pump, fuel system
(excluding fuel lines, fuel tank
and frame mounted fuel conditioning module sometimes referred to as
the frame mounted pump/filter/water separator), high pressure lines,
gaskets and seals, glow plugs, turbocharger
, two-stage turbocharger
assembly, turbocharger actuator, powertrain control module, engine
control module, high pressure fuel injection pump assembly
driver unit, injectors, injection pressure sensor, fuel rail pressure sensor,
high pressure oil regulator, exhaust back pressure regulator and sensor,
exhaust pressure sensor, manifold pressure sensor, intake air
temperature sensor, crankshaft position sensor, camshaft position sensor,