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RE: GM's Campaign Against Aluminum

Look under the aluminum hoods on mustangs from 2005 through 2014 and see what aluminum corrosion looks like. Ford has known about the problem for years and still couldn't or wouldn't fix it. My fiancee has a 2007 Mustang GT that only has about 18,000 miles on it and is not driven in bad weather or sits out in the open and it has several large corrosion spots under the hood. My 2014 Mustang Gt has a few small spots starting to form. I'll be curious to see how the aluminum F150 fairs after a few years. I'm not that hopeful.
wtd 07/21/15 01:30am Tow Vehicles
RE: Just got some bad news, could use some perspective.

The Ford 5.0 is not without it's problems either. If you go to the Ford F150 forums as well as some of the Mustang forums, you will see quite a few posts about ticking engine issues with the 5.0 and in some cases, a new engine is needed. I have a 2014 Mustang GT with the 5.0 and so far no engine noises. One thing I like about the 5.0 is it does not have AFM and it is quite powerful. With that said, this is my first new Ford after owning many GM vehicles and I have to say, my experience with Ford's warranty service has not been very positive and is the reason that this may be my last Ford. It sounds like the Ford F150 is your first choice and is what you should probably get. Good luck on your search. Wayne
wtd 07/21/15 01:07am Tow Vehicles
RE: Leaky camper shell windows.

Thanks for the replies. i'm not sure what the windows are sealed with since I have not pulled the windows yet and I can't tell what they are sealed with. Wayne
wtd 03/27/15 11:48am Tech Issues
Leaky camper shell windows.

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wtd 03/26/15 11:43pm Around the Campfire
Leaky camper shell windows.

I recently bought a used ARE camper shell. Both sides and the front window leak when it rains. I'm assuming that whatever is used to seal the windows to the shell has started to fail. Does anyone know what kind of seal is used on these type of windows? I plan on taking them all out so I can seal them correctly. Any ideas or help would be appreciated. Wayne
wtd 03/26/15 11:43pm Tech Issues
RE: GM to cut powertrain warranty to 60,000 miles

If I owned a GM I would want a Lifetime Warrantee on it. If I owned a Ford, it wouldn't matter what the warranty was... Ford doesn't stand behind it any ways! I bought a new 2014 Mustang GT in August of 2013. This was my first new Ford purchase ever. To say the least, I'm not at all impressed with Ford on how they deal with Warranty claims. I've taken the car in for four warranty claims and had one claim denied twice before finally getting it fixed after four months of fighting with Ford about it. One claim is still being denied and two others I had done with no problems. I never had this kind of BS with my GM products. With Ford, they try to blame me for things that are quality control problems. God forbid If I have to have something real serious fixed under warranty. To say the least, this will probably be my last Ford vehicle. Wayne
wtd 03/20/15 10:35pm Tow Vehicles
RE: purpose of roof lights?

My 98 K3500 regular cab long bed single rear wheel truck has factory cab lights. I like cab lights and installed factory lights on my 98 Ext-cab Z71 K1500 back in 2003. Wayne
wtd 02/22/15 05:58pm Tow Vehicles
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