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post #31 of 190 Old 05-04-2014, 05:49 PM
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Ahh its an Autonation dealer. That explains alot. Their service depts bend you over and stick it up your you know where without lube.

Their online parts house is the only thing they have going for them (They bought Tousley Ford)

Hell you can get the complete long block from their online parts order site for $12,500 plus shipping

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2011s and 12s only had a 5yr 60k warranty. You had to buy an extended to get to 100k
That is incorrect. The 5/60 is the powertrain warranty, ie: transmission

The diesel engine itself is 5yr/100k.

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Nope that was a misprint in the manual. A friend of mine found out the hard way about 2 weeks ago
Interesting. I don't why your arguing about it anyway. He's 24k miles out of the warranty. I sure hope they help him out but I wouldn't hold my breath. I've had issues with vehicles that were 100% clearly stated it was under warranty but dealer would not fix it because I bought it from another dealer 3hrs away.

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post #34 of 190 Old 05-04-2014, 06:58 PM
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every dealer is independent from ford. they just represent the name. from experience, do not lose your cool. it just gets worse. don't mention "lawyer" that is an automatic STOP on everything, even talking to you.
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They wanted $14,500 to replace my 08 F250 6.4. I found someone that got it down to $10,000. I had just paid it off so that helped me. I got $11,000 as it was and went and bought a 2014 F250.
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What's the cutoff as far as build date when they installed the updated valves, want to make sure I'm in clear
if the engine was built in either 2010 or 2011, it has a chance of having bad valves. Later 2011s have a lower chance. Early 11 models are almost guaranteed. Its just a matter of when one will fail.
When they pulled the heads off mine for an internal coolant leak, they found almost every valve had surface cracks and a few had actually guttered.
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Is there anything that can done in advance to prevent this? I have a 11 that was built 9/10. I saw TSB 12-11-11 but mine doesn't have any of the symptoms described in it.

Do I just have to wait and hope it happens before the warranty is up? I am concerned about this issue and have been researching it a lot the last few weeks and have not been able to find any information on how to prevent this or get it taken care of before it is a problem.
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if the engine was built in either 2010 or 2011, it has a chance of having bad valves. Later 2011s have a lower chance. Early 11 models are almost guaranteed. Its just a matter of when one will fail.
When they pulled the heads off mine for an internal coolant leak, they found almost every valve had surface cracks and a few had actually guttered.
I bought the truck in December 2010. So it had to be a 2010 build date
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Sorry I can't provide solutions, but if you go to www.etis.ford.com and plug in your VIN under the vehicle tab, it will tell you everything about the truck, options, specs, but also the build date.

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nothing you can do other than dont start the engine.
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