Ford Motor Companyford mustang gt premium

Last week, the check engine light came on in my 2015 Mustang, so I took it to AutoNation Ford Scottsdale. They had to replace the fuel pressure valve at the cost of over $600.
Tues. Oct. 1, the check engine light came on again. I took it back to AutoNation Ford Scottsdale. This time they say they have to replace the fuel tank at a cost of over $2, 600.

My Mustang is a well maintained vehicle with only 32, 600 miles.
It seems unreasonable that I have to start replacing expensive parts on such a low mileage car.

How about reimbursing me for some of my time, aggravation, & expenses?

P.S. I have an extended warranty which apparantly doesn't cover the parts.

Oct 02, 2019

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