Greetings everyone - I recently posted on here about my 2016 SE getting a new engine due to a failure of the vacuum pump (the pump disintegrated and sent metal shards into the engine and turbo). Engine got replaced under powertrain warranty. The dealership has had my car for about a month now, and they keep finding things that have been damaged as a result of the failure. Last week, I finally got a call that the engine and turbo was installed and all that was left was to gas it up and test drive. Well, the porter left the car running at the pump, and the wind caught the door, locking the key in the car while it was running. Long story short, the car ran out of gas, and when they were able to fill it up, they couldn't get it started, and now it's throwing codes that they haven't seen before. The techs are waiting on Ford engineers to tell them how next to proceed, and what these codes mean, because they have exhausted their expertise. Through all of this, I lodged a complaint with Ford customer relations, and the Regional Customer Relations Manager called me today. I basically explained to him that I don't want the car back due to all these problems, and what guarantee do I have that this won't happen again? I'm fortunate that there was no vehicle immediately in front of me when these failures occurred, because I most definitely would have eaten the dashboard, or worse. He explained to me that my vehicle doesn't meet the Lemon Law criteria in Texas, (don't even get me started on that) and that they would wait for the repairs to be completed, and then Ford would probably do a "goodwill gesture". Has anyone else had experience with this, and if so, what can I expect? If it's like a year's worth of oil changes or something like that, I'm NOT interested. Don't get me wrong, I've loved my Focus up to this point, but maybe I just got one bad one out of the batch, and I really don't want it back due to safety concerns.