Asked by Nov 19, 2016 at 02:13 AM about the 2013 Ford F-150 XLT SuperCrew 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

If there is all the probem battery drain.. Ford
designed this to be faulty because to make money.
If the problem is harder to find this means Ford
made there vehicle this way to have faulty problem   
or design.. This is illegal.. Company designed a
part that fail. Also they preprogrammed a sensor
or computer chip to fail.. It's all about making
money and have the consumers waste there
dollars. A vehicle that is $50,000 should last you
20 years. It's does not work because the
technology speed up and money to be made.. The
secret is they have that technology 10 or more year
ahead of ours time. Corporations today don't care
they're not your friend bottom line..

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If you feel this stong about Ford, sell your car, never buy the brand again and ride your bicycle

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Many times the so called mechanics or technicians trying to fix these modern vehicles have no idea of what they're doing. This is especially true at these little gas station type of repair shops. Everyone says that the dealer is too expensive, they rip you off, and blah blah blah. But dealers hire ASE Certified mechanics who must pass tests to become ASE Certified. Not some bozo off the street who says "yeah, I can fix cars." Dealers also train their mechanics on the products they sell. So they know what their doing. I've been taking my vehicles, old and new, to the dealer for service and repair for the past 30+ years. I can count the times they made a mistake on one hand! The dealer isn't really that much more expensive than other shops either. Compare labor charges per hour and you'll see what I mean. Remember too that you only get what you pay for. So cheaper isn't always better! HTH. -Jim


They did not do any of the things you are accusing them of. The problem is cars are more and more complicated and they are full of all kinds of electronics that make them hard to diagnose and repair. If your truck is still under warranty then make the dealer fix it. If the warranty just ran out then take it up with Ford Corporation and maybe they will go ahead and fix the problem as a good will gesture. I would not mention all your accusations though.

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I have got to disagree with you some Jim. My local Subaru dealer employs ASE mechanics and they had their 30 year man, their shop foreman and other top mechanics as well as their service manager all tackle my new Subaru. They FUBARed it into destroying a brand new engine. I have never seen so many mistakes in my life. A drunk off the street would have done a better job. It really boils down to the dealer and the quality of people they hire and the standards they set for the mechanics.


I agree with that, Full of Regrets. Dealers mess up too, and can hire less than "stellar" people sometimes. -Jim


And the government is watching you. Holidays were created by the greeting card industry. Thunderstorms are generated to hide space battles. Chem-trails are real. Eventually a sports drink will replace the world's water, Costco will rule every retail outlet, and out world leaders will be chosen via WWE style cage matches.

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