well the noxx sensor wasnt just for my truck! im just telling you what ford told me,go laugh at them. they came back after the third time in the shop and said to replace it again and just wait. who am i to argue with what the mechanic say , not knowing much about these trucks is why i take to the shop all i can do is go by what im told.after having the truck in the shop 6 times in 36000k for almost a total of three weeks to me that just costs me money as i use my truck for work not just sunday drivng!! so yes i did trade it off for pretty much the exact same truck, it seems to me when they did the power up grade is when i started having issues, rough shifting, noxx sensor , i have a buddy with same truck had the upgrade done around 30000k and is experiencing the same problems, except the death wobble. just my two cents but oppions are like ....holes everones got one!!
I live in Prince George B.C. and have had the check engine light and lack of power for well over 3 months now. Had it in to dealer 3 times now and they have not been able to fix this issue to date.
I had a 2008 f350 diesel with the death wobble but it started at 100 000km and with $2000 worth of ball joints ,stabilizer shocks and track bar bushings it seemed to correct the problem. With my new 2011 diesel i started having a bad death wobble at 12 000 km and they replaced the track bar bushings and it seemed to help until it hit 22 000 km and now i have the death wobble again.
As for lemon laws in Canada...we don't have one....!
What i did find was C.A.M.V.A.P , this is an independent free mediation that will determine if the manufacturer is responsible for repairs or possibly buying the unit back....I have started this process.
Since Christmas I have had 2/3 of the power my truck had when purchased in the fall of 2010. 3 separate phone calls to ford Canada lead to absolutely nothing to ease the customers anxiety who shelled out well over 50 k on a new truck with major issues.
3 separate times in a 2 month period to diagnose and fix the lack of power and check engine light and 3 open work orders because ford didn't know how to fix it.
You would think in a situation like this that the dealership and ford Canada would work together and try and do something for the customers who have been put out but it seems after several phone calls to both partys that they don't give a rats ***!
I think i just became a Chevy or Dodge driver....the hardest part about switching manufactures is telling my parents that I,m gay.