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Gumby

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A Nice truck is like a Nice A$$. You gonna turn and look every time you see one.
Nice Truck!!!!
 
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check by the hubs, there should be a small hose coming to the top, make sure theyre plugged in tight and maybe even follow along it as best you can too see if theres any cuts/tears.

this first though, also could try replacing the solenoid which is right next to the check valve
Tech at the dealer was able to replicate the issue although I didn't see my truck leave the service bay. Assuming he did it on the lift. They are replacing the actuators under warranty. Breath of fresh air dealing with Ford service after my recent nightmare with Chevy service and my POS Trail Boss with 20,700 miles.
 

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Tech at the dealer was able to replicate the issue although I didn't see my truck leave the service bay. Assuming he did it on the lift. They are replacing the actuators under warranty. Breath of fresh air dealing with Ford service after my recent nightmare with Chevy service and my POS Trail Boss with 20,700 miles.
That's great news. Hopefully it fixes your issues.
 

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Tech at the dealer was able to replicate the issue although I didn't see my truck leave the service bay. Assuming he did it on the lift. They are replacing the actuators under warranty. Breath of fresh air dealing with Ford service after my recent nightmare with Chevy service and my POS Trail Boss with 20,700 miles.
great news, dealer around here always shy away from IWE concerns and basically say if it breaks bring it in crap
 
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Welcome @cmcpolo. GM/Chevy switcher here as well.
Thanks. You too! I suffered lifter collapse and bent rods at 20,700 miles in a 2021 Trail Boss. Dealer replaced lifters and bent rods on the side of the failure but Chevy won't authorize warranty work on the other side till it fails. Basically give you back the keys to your ticking time bomb. My build date was right in the sweet spot when they were using defectors lifters. And they all know it it's only a matter of time before failure. Total ass****s. I'll never own another Chevy.
 
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