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Old 09-13-2013, 06:33 PM
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Contaminated DEF Problem

2011 F250 S/D (45,060) Miles All highway between NJ and Green Bay (1006 hrs)
I would like to post this information: Contaminated DEF Code:
I had a problem for the last 3 weeks. Please let others know.
I was accused of putting a petroleum product in the def tank. It as been removed and nothing was found. The Truck first said I had 200 miles to drive. then after a repair it happened again and said it wouldn't go over 55 MPH. Was repaired again. After they drove 130 miles it was given back. Another 15 miles were driven and a code said at next fill-up it would only Idle. On my way back it died and would only go 8 Miles an hour.

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Your complaint information will be entered into the NHTSA vehicle owner complaint database. NHTSA technical staff review this information to identify potential safety problems. While you may or may not be contacted by a NHTSA investigator to clarify the information submitted, all reports are reviewed and analyzed for potential defects trends. Also, the NHTSA complaint database provides valuable information to other consumers and to manufacturers.
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Thank you,
Office of Defects Investigation (ODI)
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)

Also file a Lemon law Complaint in your state.

Thank you,
Robert Podgurski
My contact number is (732) 632-2768
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