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Old 06-06-2014, 02:21 PM   #31
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If you're trying to tag fordservice, I'm pretty sure you need to use the @ symbol rather than the # sign. [MENTION=63190]volsbear[/MENTION] [MENTION=47652]FordService[/MENTION]
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Old 06-06-2014, 03:33 PM   #32
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Back to the dealer today. Another light popped off. Wanna call Rod Tirapelli Ford today and tell them I'm coming in an hour or so?

And tell them I'm PISSED. Service manager is Dave Dykstra.
Hey volsbear,

What's the lastest and greatest news on your truck? How many miles do you have on it?

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Hey volsbear,

What's the lastest and greatest news on your truck? How many miles do you have on it?

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About 44,000. It's a 2010 with an in-service date of 11/20/10. But I have a premium extended warranty as well.


Went to the dealer yesterday. Service manager took some additional pictures and said he is going to send another complaint/ticket to Ford to see what they're going to do about it.


Yesterday, I did call Ford myself and expressed my displeasure over having to waste my time over something that should be pretty trivial to fix.


How am I going to trust Ford to fix my truck with something major?


ETA: He said the same thing about the condition of my truck as he did in November. It's exceptional. Zero rust, zero corrosion, zero dings/scratches. It's been well taken care of and (sadly) it has never towed.

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About 44,000. It's a 2010 with an in-service date of 11/20/10. But I have a premium extended warranty as well.


Went to the dealer yesterday. Service manager took some additional pictures and said he is going to send another complaint/ticket to Ford to see what they're going to do about it.


Yesterday, I did call Ford myself and expressed my displeasure over having to waste my time over something that should be pretty trivial to fix.


How am I going to trust Ford to fix my truck with something major?


ETA: He said the same thing about the condition of my truck as he did in November. It's exceptional. Zero rust, zero corrosion, zero dings/scratches. It's been well taken care of and (sadly) it has never towed.
Thanks for following up, volsbear. I'll be happy to look into this and see what I can do to help. Just send me a PM with your truck's current concern(s), your full name, best daytime phone number, VIN, mileage, and preferred servicing dealership.

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