It is not zip tied to anything but it self. I thought it was for a hood lamp, it is not. The plug doesn't fit the LED lamp plug...it's not even remotely close to the same plug. My guess is it is something to do with the plow package. This is on a 2021. I put that picture in to show how a clear zip tie was used and it looks crappy. Factory, I'm fairly certain because it had less than 6 miles when I picked it up. I put a black one on there, like they should have done... guys. I'm just irritated with the little things, the door I can and did adjust, the tabs I put in on the fender, the clear and grey zip ties I'm changing them to black.
Sign of the times. I had bought a 2021 Class C Motor home built on an E450 Chassis. The Chassis was great, except for a spartan interior for the price, but the coach had been less than acceptable. Issue after issue. Dealer,Mfg were of no help. After 6-months of back and forth, I traded for another dealer, another brand.The F450 I ordered from the factory has a very poor fit and finish. The door had a gap, it was missing all the push tabs in the front fender flares, it doesn't have a hood light or the hood insolation, it has both squeeze clamps and screw camps under the hood that look cheap, it has black, grey and clear/yellow zip ties under the hood. For $80k+ it should be better. Yes, the dealership experience was horrible and that's part of it. I'm thinking I'll buy a Ram next, I've yet to see these issues besides crappy dealers with Ram in the last few years.
The Ram's I looked at before I ordered my F450 had an amazing fit and finish.
My 2010 is great, my 20 year old car is great...
The dealership damaged the first one and I had to wait 7 months to get this truck and they gave me lip about it when I saw it during delivery and refused to take it. They didn't even inform me about it either.
Mechanically it's been okay other than the cruise control issue and I'm having trouble finding a dealer I trust to leave it with. The selling dealer won't see a dime more from me even for warranty work.