I got the 14No1 notice-dealer said they only replace if bad when they diagnose-do they have to replace as a precaution?

Asked by May 06, 2016 at 01:39 PM about the 2004 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I answered my own question with further research. Apparently they will only replace the junk module if headlights completely fail, and they diagnose the problem as a bad module. Otherwise, the customer pays. I guess you have to be driving 65mph at night and have the lights fail to have Ford pay-nice of them.

More research-14N01 was an extended warranty- the recall is 15S39. According to Ford customer service the dealer MUST replace the module as a precautionary move. If the dealership continues to resist, the Ford rep said to have them transmit the VIN over their SSSC system (an inner Ford communication deal).

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14N01 has been upgraded to a full recall. Take it to Ford and they will replace the LCM.

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