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post #16 of 25 (permalink) Old 08-16-2012 Thread Starter
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so you can get me a log in? seriously?

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naw man i promise i wouldnt abuse it. I too am a tech and take my job very serious. I got a log in for chevy if you can not abuse it too. trust is a hard thing to come by but im one of the few left you prolly could trust . and i always trust people until they mess me over then i never will again. but if we could seriously work that out that would help out alot.

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seriouly? If you really could get me a log in. I promise i wouldnt abuse it. I just want specs. that would be super awesome.
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Send me a pm. For some reason I can only get I to my in box if I have a new unread message. I'm using tapatalk on my iPhone. And I can't send pm. Sucks.


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For some reason I can't read my forum emails on my iPhone so I read them on my regular mail. But that sucks. If u ever need anything else let me know man. Sucks How long since u bought the car? Maybe u can take it back and stur up some sh!t.


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Yeah im thinking of taking the guy that worked on my carto court. Cause he knew those bearings where f*&%ed and he didnt say anything. And charged me and the dealer i bought it from. Lets say i do decide to get new heads. I then gotta try and find the pressure probelm. What could it be? Also what else or anything else could be f$%&ed up from thr oil pressure problem?
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Low oil pressure can be cause by the oil pump, oil pressure regulator which is by the pump. Timing chain tensioner ( they blow the o ring seal), Phasers ( they do leak) thrust bearing failure ( check for crank end play to DG this) excessive wear on main bearings, excessive wear on the cam caps ( usually this is damaged by low oil
Pressure). As a ford tech when I see this much damage. I recommend a long block. Because the extend of the damage is unknown and to do a tear down is expensive. So it better to spend the money toward a long block then labor. Know what I mean. And maybe at the end just to find out. It may need a motor then it's waited money. Plus ford reman motor
Have 3 yr unlimited mile warranty. Even on over the counter motors. Good luck. You can go after that dealer as they choose to contract him. Also isn't it law that the dealer has to warranty a car for 90 days after they
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Im not too sureabout the 90 day thing. I was wondering. I know its 7 years old. But it has like 100200 miles on it. Is that something ford might cover under powertrain? Its just a littlile bit over. And its not like this problem just started 1000 miles ago. Im really hopping someone will pickup and pay for it. Cause i dont have the money to fork out and pay for it. And itll be a long time before i do.
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Ford warranty is only 60k miles on power-train. Ford does have plans like AWA ( after warranty assistance) but try only give that to good ford customers example would be people who buy lots of ford new from dealer and people who also get there car serviced at ford dealer regularly. All this helps there score. If not they will say no. But even them they only pick up about half the bill. I would find out about the 90day warranty maybe different states have different laws but it's worth looking into. I would try to take legal action being that u just bought the car.


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Yeah im with you. the place that sold it to me didnt know about the engine. But the guy that worked on it knew. he replaced one of the cams. there is no tech in the world that would of replaced a cam and not looked at the bearings to see why the cam failed. plus i gotta talk to the dealer i bought it from. The guy that worked on it charged me 450 for the cam and rocker arms. The tech also charged the dealer i bought it from 1600 dollars to fix it. So im hoping can get done. considering he has charged over 2000 dollars to fix this and he knew it would never fix it. If none of this happens right. Im gonna have to trade it in. Even though ive already put 1500 dollars of my own money into it.
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