Join Date: May 1999
Location: Ontario, Canada
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Your initial post but it was pretty brief and left it open for interpretation. I didn't initially reply because my truck is the wrong generation to offer any specifics to your question.
I believe I understand the spirit of what you were asking and in no way were you asking for Ford to fix things that don't need fixing. I had the same thought process as you when my trucks were running out of warranty.
This probably would only yield something of value if you have a great relationship with the service department where you bought your truck and generally the smaller the dealer, the more helpful they will be in this regard. On at least 2 of my 4 new SD's, just before the warranty expired, I booked the truck in for a full service and when I got there, I asked if while they had the truck up on the hoist, if they would give it a fairly detailed exam since the warranty was expiring. I even offered to pay a 1/2-1 hour extra labor for it but I don't think they ever charged me for it. Now this is a service department that knew me by name when I walked through the door and seemed genuinely happy to see me. I'm not sure the same experience is possible at some of these newer huge mega dealerships.
2007 F350 SRW 6.0L Auto, 3.73LS, 172"WB 4x4. Viper Alarm/RS, WD pillar Guages,AutoEnginuity, 100gal polished alum fuel tank.
All Sold: 99.5, early03 , 2004 - all were 172" wb 4x4 lariat's.
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