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Old 11-14-2015, 11:17 AM   #11
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PS My understanding of any "lifetime warranty" is that it is not as long as you live, or the life of the product, it's the life of the component. In other words, it will last as long as it lasts, at which time it has reached the end of its lifetime, and is then out of warranty.


..... Guaranteed to not break. If it does break, you own both pieces.

Oh lord. Another way we can get burned by "weasle wording."
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Old 11-14-2015, 11:22 AM   #12
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I'm glad to hear you say this (well, not really....) because I'm in South Central Washington right now and I heard that the local Ford dealer refuses to work on motorhome engines. HUH? I have never had a problem with Ford dealers working on motorhomes. I've had motorhome engine warranty work done at Ford dealers and this is the first I've heard, and now you are the second one.

WHere I am, there is a local RV and Auto repair that will work on motorhomes, and the next Ford dealer is 40 miles away.....

I think we are stuck, most Class C's come on Ford chasis, very few on Chevy.



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I did find out that not all ford dealers will work on motorhomes. Got the run around. I did find a ford dealer that is about 45-60 minutes away. I hope i never have to use them. This is the second Ford product i had and i don't think i would ever buy a Ford product again.
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Old 11-14-2015, 11:28 AM   #13
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I needed an oil change when we were in Colorado, and the Ford Dealer in Dorango did my class C right in the area where they write the service orders. Told me he would never turn away a Ford customer.
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Old 11-14-2015, 04:29 PM   #14
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This is NOT A FORD THING most every company for many reasons have put the fuel filter in the tank, one of the main reasons is for the most part (unless something goes really wrong) you should be able with no issue get 100,000 miles out of one filter.
All company again for many reasons keep extending service items like this farther and farther out from what many are use to, do not worry about it, all the companies have spent a lot of money getting it to work. Happy Camping
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Old 11-15-2015, 12:29 AM   #15
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Thank you, all I know is that it was fixed. I did find out that not all ford dealers will work on motorhomes. Got the run around. I did find a ford dealer that is about 45-60 minutes away. I hope i never have to use them. This is the second Ford product i had and i don't think i would ever buy a Ford product again. Thanks again Travel safely.

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I used to go hide, when I seen one roll into the lot.

I hate working on the floor.
Mh take up way too much room in most dealers.

Blocking three or four hoists.
Preventing others from working.


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Old 11-15-2015, 02:51 PM   #16
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Something about Ford E450

I can understand working on the floor is not easy or fun. In todays world customer service must be number one. Travel safely
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Old 11-15-2015, 06:56 PM   #17
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There's a toll free number in the Ford Owner's Guide for motorhome owner's service assistance. This is not the road emergency assistance like Good Sam's. They will find a dealer who services motorhomes. The ones around here don't have service bays large enough for a motorhome.
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