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Old 02-20-2013, 09:31 AM
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DEF tank pump went bad

have a 2011 F250 6.7, engine light went on... first time a problem in 51000
miles. off to the dealer................Holy crap...... the DEF pump that pumps the stuff out codes show up.......how much to fix??/ says I....says them about 1500. Says I, did I hear you correctly $1500 .....says them yep and it is not covered under bumper to bumper, your ran out at 35,000. says I, but I bought a extended warranty...... sorry says them..... the thing you bought only extended your warranty on the power train.... Fix it says I..... never heard of this or read about it going bad. has anyone else????????
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Thats a bunch of bull**** says I
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I agree.... checked the extended paperwork.....covers about 500 things but nothing in the DEF. I was just giving everyone a heads up. My service rep tried to get FOMOCO to honor the warranty under engine...... A big NO was the answer..... Wish a Ford rep was reading this stuff.... I think we will begin to read more of this in the future.
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time for the delete!
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So how much is the pump if you just bought it by itself and installed it yourself?

I don't see a pump listed. There is a Resevoir, sending unit, tank and most of those are selling online for $225 to $350 , Even the Tank Assembly is only $550

It will be interesting to see what is the actual part # for the pump what that cost. It doesn't look too difficult to drop the tank.
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Old 02-20-2013, 01:55 PM
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Sounds like a great time for a delete...about the same price too
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I would check into this a little more. Emission equipment used to have its own specific warranty.

Here's Ford emission warranty information:
2013 Ford F-150 | View Ford F-150 Emissions Warranty Details | Ford.com
I know it says F150, but it has a chart of all the different vehicle classifications. Bottom line, I would call ford and ask them.
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Yeah, thats HORSE CRAP. Seems like they are ALL about selling you a warranty. But it seems like the warranty only covers parts that they know will last a good while. Then they find a loop hole for frequent parts that do fail, so you have to PAY to replace them. They are making money, NO MATTER WHAT. What a SHAM
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Thanks for info 05psd Eric, read the reference and even went and read the long detailed version, yep covered to 50,000, I have exactly 50180 on her yesterday when I drove her in. screwed on that also.
Painted horse, I don't know about that but the service rep has been my guy for the last 9 trucks I purchased from there in as many years. I told him I want to see this item before I pay my bill. I don't believe he is trying to screw me. Has treated me fairly for many years. Once I see the bill etc. tomorrow I'll post what the scoop is. around this time or a little later.
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for those following this thread, it is supposed to be a pump that pumps the def. for it's tank to where ever it goes to do it's thing. proper words tomorrow.
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