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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-14-2007, 11:48 PM Thread Starter
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New 6.4L Engine

For all you non believers....laugh

Here are copies of the invoices from Ford for a new motor with the installation.



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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-14-2007, 11:53 PM
 
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Not bad I saw mine yesterday it was over $18000.00 .
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$12,137 worth of warranty work. OUCH Ford OUCH. Wonder how many other 6.4 engines have just gone boom...

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I hope you are back on the road soon. Any time line on when you will get it back?

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ya hopfuly you get ur truck back soon i cant imagine spending that much money then no having the truck but i guess they cant all be perfect and hopfuly you dont have anymore problems cause thats the worst trouble of all worse than women or anything is truck problems they really get to ya haha. but i miagine some girl troubles can get pretty bad haha
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Well I want to step up first and say sorry for doubting you, and just for fun, could you get pictures of your old engine?
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Well just took the kids out Christmas shopping. New motor feels very strong and very loud. After 100 miles of driving it got much quieter, and to my shock
MPG never went below 11 and got as high as 14. Service did a great job, it was washed and waxed and the whole undercariage was steam cleaned, no evidence of oil anywhere.
Dont know what Im going to do with the truck, Ford has offered to let me out my lease, under one condition, I purchase a new one at cost.
Well anyway when i was at the dealer today I was wondering around and noticed something very ammusing on the new 08. On the window sticker there is a bold description that even Stevie Wonder can see"MPG NOT AVALIABLE ON THIS VEHICLE"
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On the window sticker there is a bold description that even Stevie Wonder can see"MPG NOT AVALIABLE ON THIS VEHICLE"
The MPG information has never been available on heavy duty trucks in the 250 and up platform. It isnt available for any make from 3/4ton and up. Even on gassers. Dont know why:shrug:

anyway, glad youre happy with the repairs. I think Id just get the new one if its at cost just for the heck of it.
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good to hear its running strong hopfuly it stays that way. very nice of them to clean it all up there is nothing worse than taking it in and they dont even wash it for you
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Commercial use and the weight of the truck..... you won't see "MPG"
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