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Old 07-06-2013, 06:36 PM   #181
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I guess this dude did what was right for him however this is quite dissapointing. Clearly ford wants to keep everyone in the dark with regard to specifically what the issue is with this engine failure.
Not necessarily. I cannot believe this thread is still being watched. I'm the OP. There is a third reason that someone might clam-up that no one has yet mentioned. Clearly Ford is denying these claims. But what if a DEALERSHIP were to stick their neck out in a HUGE way for a really good customer? That is something that would warrant protecting them over, correct? I am not, nor would I ever, say that this is what happened in my case...............pure speculation on my part.
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