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post #11 of 190 Old 05-03-2014, 10:24 PM
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Don't hate me and not trying to fuel the anger fire here but I think diesels should be warranted to 200,000 miles not the gasser 100,000 b.s.
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Wow, i was told that 6.7 are the new 7.3. hmmm. subscribed to this, even though i own a 6.0 still want to see what comes out of this.

i know you asked if its worth the 1,600 to do the analisys, i would think it would be. IMO you have all the paperwork that shows the oil has been changed on time, truck has been serviced on time and the fail analisys comes back with a manufacture defect you have a case, if Ford dont stand by their product then grab a lawer. but if thats too much of a headache then grab a severly damaged same year truck thats been hit in the rear end, but front end looks good, swap the engine.

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http://www.copart.com/c2/homeSearch....ageRange=99999

and the rest of the truck part it out.

times like these makes you wish u had an extended warranty. good luck,

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What good is grabbing an attorney going to do. Hes FAR FAR FAR past the warranty period. Hes almost double the mileage on the engine warranty
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What dealer told you this info as well Im curious?

Especially the long block and short block comments. Thats sounds like a service advisor that doesnt know WTF hes talking about.

What hurts you as far as Ford covering anything is the fact that youre at 124k miles. The warranty is only good for 60k miles.

My suggestion is find a new shop as this one is attempting to take you to the cleaners.

Did you throw a rod?

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What good is grabbing an attorney going to do. Hes FAR FAR FAR past the warranty period. Hes almost double the mileage on the engine warranty
IF the cause is a manufacturer defect then he'll get something IMO.
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What dealer told you this info as well Im curious?

Especially the long block and short block comments. Thats sounds like a service advisor that doesnt know WTF hes talking about.

What hurts you as far as Ford covering anything is the fact that youre at 124k miles. The warranty is only good for 60k miles.

My suggestion is find a new shop as this one is attempting to take you to the cleaners.

Did you throw a rod?
I had the 100,000 mile warranty. Dropped a valve and crankshaft came loose or was bouncing (some specific measurement) causing irreparable damage the diesel mechanic said. Also told me the heads and/or injectors were damaged and probably the turbo, although he didn't see much blowback in the exhaust but couldn't promise me that it would be fine. 5th cylinder was quite? I think he said. Cylinder 1 was about to drop as well. Mentioned glow plugs being burnt or broke. Heck, I don't know what all this is but I do know what the repair ticket says it will cost. The truck was perfect with no unusual sounds or change of power, no smoke. No oil on my concrete drive that I had it parked the night before. I'm just disappointed and you would be too if your $60,000 truck was no good after just 3 years.
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$24k is absolutely ridiculous

I can recommend a shop in the DFW area
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Believe me Jason. I would be pissed too. Theres no question about it. I didnt know you bought an extended warranty

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Dave he did not have an extended warranty , the 6.7 has a 5/100,000 mile warranty

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but with the miles over I doubt ford will step up without legal action very expensive legal action and lots of burden of proof on the OP

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LMK if you need a referral. You should be able to get a brand new Ford engine installed by a Ford master or senior master technician for around half that. It'll be at an independently owned shop though.

I have found that the best Ford diesel techs typically go out on their own and away from Ford corporate
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