Its still 12/12 on the clutch disc, unless you have premium care...
For the record, I had my F150 in this week for some work and I mentioned this to issue to my service adviser and he did confirm that yes they charge a "nominal fee" for diagnosis, but if the component is found to be failed and they have to fix it the fee is waived as they are reimbursed by Ford. He did say that reimbursement doesn't cover the mechanics diagnostic time, but that his dealership doesn't feel it is right to pass that along to the customer if a real warranty problem exists.
I guess I see both sides of this. The mechanic needs to be paid for his time. If they don't find an issue, the mechanic gets nothing unless we pay for it, I guess.
By the same token, $120 seems a little steep to be told nope, all is fine.
Hers:2012 Mustang GT Premium,6M,Kona Blue Exterior/Charcoal Interior, 400A, HID/Security Pkg ,Comfort Pkg.
[COLOR="DimGray"][B]His: 2014 Mustang GT Premium,6M,Sterling Gray Exterior/Charcoal Interior,400A, Reverse Sensing/Security Pkg, Comfort Pkg SMR# 3635