Ford Motor Company / ford 6.0 l powerstroke defective

731 New Union Church Rd., Salem, KY, United States Review updated:
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Phone: 270-704-3595

I own a Ford 2006 F-350 6.0 L Powerstroke at 9K miles the truck started having problems. First the starter went down and Paducah Ford gave me problems about repairing the truck in a timely manner. At approx. 50K miles a set of head gaskets, egr cooler, oil cooler and 2 injectors. A year later the truck had a second set of head gaskets, (4) injectors and gen module replaced and within 10K miles injectors down again but this time it broke a pistol and had to have the 3rd set of head gaskets. Now the truck is down again with injector problems and oil in the coolant and looking like a cracked head or blown head gaskets AGAIN!
I have contacted Ford many times and asked for a regional to look at the truck and they say it is over a 100K miles "You own the truck". The problems were documented prior to the warranty and Ford doctored the vehicle till it was out of warranty.
We have owned (10) Ford F Series trucks in the past 15 years which is over $350.00 K and you have lost a customer, your service is deplorable.

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  • De
      26th of Mar, 2019

    Why is a 2013 Lincoln navigator with 60, 000 miles have issues with the front rear pinion, vvt soleniod and possibly cam already that was built in the Kentucky plant? Is this the normal quality of performance in mint condition on interior and exterior with regular oil changes? Should it be shutting down to almost stop, misfiring and have oil leaking out of it when purchased new as a luxury limited edition vehicle? Is this the normal quality of workmanship and length of parts and performance from Lincoln? My father has a ford focus for for a forth of the price and it doesn't have these issues.
    This is the 3rd one I have owned and not sure why this one is having these issues. Would I be better off buying a ford focus? They seem to last longer.

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