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Broke my truck ('18 802a), but it's fixed now!

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by Christopher Manns, Apr 22, 2019.

  1. jabroni619

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    In the US, it's not an 85k truck unless you're really bad at car buying... That said, it still shouldn't happen
     
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    Nice! I paid $57k!
     
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    I only paid 59 for mine. But this is not an uncommon problem with intercooler piping and couplers on any turbocharged vehicle. I'm assuming this is your first?
     
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    My loaded 18 new for 63k.
     
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    So much this. Don't be afraid to walk out of a dealership. 9 x out of 10 the salesmen will call you back, and find a better number then the number you were haggling on face to face.

    Can't tell you how many times i walked away from a dealers best number, only to be called an hour later with a better number if you come back in.
     
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    This exact thing happened to me this past Friday. I had AutoDoctor running, so pulled code P0299. Yesterday I took it in, hose had popped loose. They first started to ask if I had been offroad as I must have knocked it off. I laughed and reminded them that it had been in the previous week when they replaced the noisy autocooler fans and perhaps something wasn't tightened up correctly. They waived the $245 they were trying to charge me. Took about an hour and a half and I had her back. Sucks to drive without turbos, they do make a difference.
     
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    Wrote it up in some thread, but my leftover '18 stickered for $66.8 got it for $59.5 before ttl, that included the dealer throwing in a truxedo rollup tonneau & $1000 credit toward a warranty, which I ended up putting toward a Ford 100k b2b costing $1700 so my total tally came to $60.2k + ttl

    not a super deal for a new vehicle in general, but pretty damn good for a new Raptor IMO

    Deals are out there, need to be patient & find a dealer willing to work w/ ya....on my side was the fact I put down $47k in cash & was a longtime GM owner so I think they wanted to earn my business for future potential. Also - I found in my area (MA/New England) the smaller dealers who got fewer allocations & in some cases sat on high end trucks longer were more willing to work w/ you vs. the big volume, big name, self financing, highly advertised "mega" dealers.
     
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    Instead of turning this into a $$ over/ under msrp thread, can you post a picture of what hose is popping off so the rest of us can check and tighten ours, please??
     
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    Mine too on a $72k sticker.
     
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    What he said ...
     
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