my 2016 f150 supercrew all all all doors tail gate grill way out out of alignment
dealer told me it is a mass product you can see there is no way you can adjust
this without heavy body work new truck
Take it to a good body shop and get their opinion. If you car is a piece of junk it should still be under warranty but you may need to complain directly to Ford.
If it's that bad I'd have them buy it back or demand it be repaired properly no matter what their cost is. I'd also have it checked amd make sure you dealer isn't hiding something like am accident they never claimed . (Yeah I've seem it done) .now for the real life scenario ) rhey will buck and cry and want you to bring it back umpteen times but I would only deal.with your dealer for so long and then call Ford and get the regional managers nunber amd explain the situation. He will be the one to set up an appt. At a dealership and will send a specialist to evaluate how to rectify the problem or submit to a buy back . Be patient and be diligent they will not make it easy for you .they will also give you a loaner vehicle while they try to diagnose or repair . Good luck
thank you mark what got me was i had 5ks. on it when i bought it when i went to take delivery it had 64 they told me i took to long to get back so they gave me another one i think someone else dumped it back what tipped me off was white paint around the front grill rubber got me looking someone has the history on this truck i seen they other trucks on the lot no issue like this i also seen in service 2round rings inbeded under the cameras in the tailgate right side tailgate you half to look from the bottom up maybe thats from carrying them on assembly line marked up anyways i will not get jurked around 1500ks. on truck there is a car dealer every corner i asked one salesman do they send factory seconds to canada this truck is pathetic, hell will break lose one more rude remark to me in service in the showroom in front of all the potential buyers and manager thans again mark
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