|07-21-2008 04:01 PM|
|besthaticouldo||they didnt say...|
|07-21-2008 03:42 PM|
what dealership was this?
I might have missed it in this lengthy thread, but what dealer was this?
When I first read it, I thought of calling the district dealer rep and going to someone at corporate....
I'm curious to know who to avoid in the future.
|06-29-2007 10:22 PM|
|scalderon||just wanted to let you guys know that they did replace it, free of charge. one thing i did find funny was that they were telling how they found other things wrong with it, but not a single word was said about my SRS light being on, anyways thanks to all and a big thanks to Mike (b16...)|
|06-28-2007 07:38 PM|
|scalderon||my idea is to ask for the old part, and match old pump numbers to the new ones|
|06-28-2007 06:38 PM|
Just ask for the old parts. That way you don't have to watch.
Things are stressful enough. Stand like a hawk and there will be a lot of resentment and (hopefully not) the next time, they will be even MORE resistant to helping...
|06-28-2007 05:51 PM|
|jeepinbanditrider||Stand there and watch them do the work. Make sure they put a new one in and don't screw you. Policy there is probably that customers aren't allowed in the maint. bay but they usually have a window or other area where you can watch them from.|
|06-28-2007 05:48 PM|
so looks like the collective mind of focusfanatics is winning,
just heard from the service rep and says that they will replace it, I just have to make sure they do
thanks to all for your help
so as it stands
FF.com=1 Ford Dealership=0
|06-28-2007 05:29 PM|
|scalderon||I dont have a tune|
|06-28-2007 05:25 PM|
|jeepinbanditrider||Do you have a tune on your car? If so just reflash it back to stock let them do thier thing with it when they replace the fuel pump and then when you get it back flash'er back to your custom tune.|
|06-28-2007 05:20 PM|
You shouldn't have to pay a single thin dime...
Dig your heels in on this one.
One thing I've noticed is because we are foci drivers, a lot of dealers somehow feel obligated to either ignore us or really resist warranty actions.
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