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    Quote Originally Posted by Shlade View Post
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    Not offering vehicle rental? Sounds like a shit dealer to me. Who did you go to?
    Even calling you a cab or Uber is pretty standard practice...
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    Cam Clark did valet service and picked up my truck for service then dropped it back off. No complaints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94boosted View Post
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    What build date is your truck?
    Feb 2018


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    Not offering vehicle rental? Sounds like a shit dealer to me. Who did you go to?
    Cam Clark. Typically they are awesome on giving you a rental or shuttle service unlike North Star Ford where I bought the truck. They only offer shuttle service within 5km or a bus ticket so I wonder what they offer now during Covid lol



    Quote Originally Posted by Kavy View Post
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    Cam Clark did valet service and picked up my truck for service then dropped it back off. No complaints.
    They offered valet service on my last oil change but I just waited an 1.5 hrs for it instead as I had stuff to do in Airdrie that day anyways

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    Even calling you a cab or Uber is pretty standard practice...
    Do they pick up the tab one way at least? lol



    After owning this Ford for the last 2 years I can say that Nissan, Lexus and Infiniti spoil you by giving you a free loaner vehicle for the day when getting an oil change lol.
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    So I started digging into extended warranty today and so far I have pricing from two Ford dealers in Alberta. Waiting to hear back from a US Ford dealership that according to RFD offers ESPs for huge discounts over CND pricing and from Barrie Ford in Ontario which RFD posts say is also very cheap.

    Calgary dealership:

    5yr 100k $0 deductible - $2,055 + tax
    7yr 120k $0 deductible - $3,150 + tax


    Edmonton dealership:

    5 yr 100 km $0 deductible - $1,975 + tax
    6 yr 120 km $0 deductible - $3,050 + tax

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    CMP Gave me an Uber to and from work last time I took my truck in for a complimentary oil change.

    BMW and Mercedes I had to split a smelly van with 6 other people.

    It’s a dealer thing not a brand thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proyecto2000 View Post
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    So I started digging into extended warranty today and so far I have pricing from two Ford dealers in Alberta. Waiting to hear back from a US Ford dealership that according to RFD offers ESPs for huge discounts over CND pricing and from Barrie Ford in Ontario which RFD posts say is also very cheap.

    Calgary dealership:

    5yr 100k $0 deductible - $2,055 + tax
    7yr 120k $0 deductible - $3,150 + tax


    Edmonton dealership:

    5 yr 100 km $0 deductible - $1,975 + tax
    6 yr 120 km $0 deductible - $3,050 + tax
    Petrie Ford in Ontario does online sales for the Ford factory "Premium care" ESP. Let me dig up what they quoted me.

    Edit, found it:
    - 5 year/100,000kms: $1,575
    - 6 year/120,000kms: $2,650
    - 7 year/150,000kms: $3,980

    I also suspect they'd negotiate on that too.
    Last edited by ExtraSlow; 09-28-2020 at 09:07 PM.
    Silly people focus on the math.

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    https://www.autoblog.com/2020/09/29/...payload-specs/

    Hybrid 430/570

    3.5L 400/500

    2.7 unchanged.

    14,000 towing. 3325 payload.

    I’d love a 2.7 hybrid. I think that’s the sweet spot. It would have roughly 355 hp and 470 torque, but be very thrifty.
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    Does the 5.0 have the same issues as the ecoboosts with timing chain stuff? Does anyone in here have the 5.0 in their F150?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkane View Post
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    https://www.autoblog.com/2020/09/29/...payload-specs/

    Hybrid 430/570

    3.5L 400/500

    2.7 unchanged.

    14,000 towing. 3325 payload.

    I’d love a 2.7 hybrid. I think that’s the sweet spot. It would have roughly 355 hp and 470 torque, but be very thrifty.
    I am already planning my next F150. will be a 2022 with the 3.5L hybrid, with the 7200w generator supercrew and max tow and payload. after that I don't care much.
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    500 ft-lbs is beastly. Although, the 420 it used to be and the 470 it is now are both more than nearly anyone can use. I'm having a hard time breaking in my truck hard because I don't like to speed more than 20 over.
    Silly people focus on the math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spikerS View Post
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    I am already planning my next F150. will be a 2022 with the 3.5L hybrid, with the 7200w generator supercrew and max tow and payload. after that I don't care much.
    Approved. I’m very much in the same mindset.

    I might wait for the ‘23 refresh.
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    I'm excited for the hybrid to be out there, but I don't know yet if it makes sense for me. That's okay, I have a few years to figure that out.
    Silly people focus on the math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shlade View Post
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    Not offering vehicle rental? Sounds like a shit dealer to me. Who did you go to?
    Cam clark and universal both didnt offer me a rental on my cam repair. Universal used to offer pick up and drop off but now its only drop off lol

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    Does the 5.0 have the same issues as the ecoboosts with timing chain stuff? Does anyone in here have the 5.0 in their F150?
    Not that im aware of
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    and I did not have the only say in the matter (most people just want it done ASAP and don't care about quality).
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    If anything we made a better decision because we had a consensus and were all on the same page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket1k78 View Post
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    Cam clark and universal both didnt offer me a rental on my cam repair. Universal used to offer pick up and drop off but now its only drop off lol


    Not that im aware of
    Universal offered me a rental during my cam repair.
    Didn't know they used to offer pick up and drop off.
    Sucks that it's only drop off now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proyecto2000 View Post
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    Feb 2018
    According to this thread the cutoff for trucks having the cold start issue vs not having it is a build date of July 10th, 2018:

    "Affects: Some 2017-2018 F-150 vehicles built on or before 10-Jul-2018
    Some 2017-2018 F-150 vehicles built on or before 10-Jul-2018 and 2018-2019 Expedition/Navigator vehicles built on or before 8-Apr-2019 equipped with a 3.5L EcoBoost engine may exhibit a ticking, tapping, or rattle type noise from the top front cover area of the engine that last 2-5 seconds on initial start-up after a cold soak. This may be due to a worn variable cam timing (VCT) unit. A TSB is expected to be published 4th quarter of 2019. In the interim, replace all 4 VCT units and update the powertrain control module (PCM) calibration. Do not replace timing chains, tensioners, guides or other timing related components unless inspection clearly identifies a concern. Refer to the Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 303-01. Claim the labor required to replace VCTs using published labor operations and PCM programming using M-time. Monitor OASIS for updates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proyecto2000 View Post
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    So I started digging into extended warranty today and so far I have pricing from two Ford dealers in Alberta. Waiting to hear back from a US Ford dealership that according to RFD offers ESPs for huge discounts over CND pricing and from Barrie Ford in Ontario which RFD posts say is also very cheap.

    Calgary dealership:

    5yr 100k $0 deductible - $2,055 + tax
    7yr 120k $0 deductible - $3,150 + tax


    Edmonton dealership:

    5 yr 100 km $0 deductible - $1,975 + tax
    6 yr 120 km $0 deductible - $3,050 + tax
    I negotiated the 6yr 120K km's $0 deductible to $2022 + tax from Advantage Ford.

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    Got US pricing in from Greenfield Ford in Massachusetts that RFD hypes over. Even after exchange rate it looks better than my two qoutes.


    PremiumCARE
    5 yr / 100K Miles / 160k kms - $1,644 US ($0 deductible) or $2,200 CND taxes inc.


    6 yr / 100K Miles / 160k kms - $1,744 US ($0 deductible) or $2,334 CND taxes inc.


    7 yr / 100K Miles / 160k kms - $1,884 US ($0 deductible) or $2,521 CND tax inc.


    8 yr / 100K Miles / 160k kms - $2.084 US ($0 deductible) or $2,789 CND tax inc.

    8 yr / 125K Miles / 200k kms - $2269 US (+ $100 deductible) or $3,037 CND tax inc. + $100 deductible for each repair

    Thankfully I have a US Visa so wont be dinged by the credit card exchange rate if I go this route. All you have to do is take a photo of your dash showing mileage, sign a letter stating that the photograph and mileage are true and provide a copy of your registration.
    Last edited by Proyecto2000; 09-29-2020 at 12:28 PM.

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    So it looks like advantage is the place to go.

    $2022 for 6/120 is great for normal driving habits.

    Go the us route for heavy driving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Petrie Ford in Ontario does online sales for the Ford factory "Premium care" ESP. Let me dig up what they quoted me.

    Edit, found it:
    - 5 year/100,000kms: $1,575
    - 6 year/120,000kms: $2,650
    - 7 year/150,000kms: $3,980

    I also suspect they'd negotiate on that too.

    I reached to them as well and here is their current pricing before negotiating:

    - 5 year/100,000kms: $1,675 (+ $230 for $0 Deductible)
    - 5 year/120,000kms: $2,220 (+ $305 for $0 Deductible)
    - 6 year/100,000kms: $2,155 (+ $230 for $0 Deductible)
    - 6 year/120,000kms: $2,750 (+ $305 for $0 Deductible)
    - 7 year/100,000kms: $3,040 (+ $230 for $0 Deductible)
    - 7 year/120,000kms: $3,800 (+ $305 for $0 Deductible)


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    According to this thread the cutoff for trucks having the cold start issue vs not having it is a build date of July 10th, 2018:

    "Affects: Some 2017-2018 F-150 vehicles built on or before 10-Jul-2018
    Some 2017-2018 F-150 vehicles built on or before 10-Jul-2018 and 2018-2019 Expedition/Navigator vehicles built on or before 8-Apr-2019 equipped with a 3.5L EcoBoost engine may exhibit a ticking, tapping, or rattle type noise from the top front cover area of the engine that last 2-5 seconds on initial start-up after a cold soak. This may be due to a worn variable cam timing (VCT) unit. A TSB is expected to be published 4th quarter of 2019. In the interim, replace all 4 VCT units and update the powertrain control module (PCM) calibration. Do not replace timing chains, tensioners, guides or other timing related components unless inspection clearly identifies a concern. Refer to the Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 303-01. Claim the labor required to replace VCTs using published labor operations and PCM programming using M-time. Monitor OASIS for updates.
    "
    When I took it in for the same noise 15k kms back they replaced Camshaft sprockets / VCT Phasers, timing tensioner, cooling wiring harness and thermostat in addition to a pile of gaskets and seals according to the 10 page service receipt.
    Last edited by Proyecto2000; 09-29-2020 at 04:47 PM.

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