Using the Ford Heated Steering Wheel Performance Program (22G06)

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Waterfowler41

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Figured I’d share for all the other MY 2023 owners who had their heated steering wheels deleted at purchase.

Certain F150’s qualify to have the heated steering functionality re-added if they were originally deleted due to supply chain issues.

I am not the original owner AND my truck received the original $140 delete credit and my truck still qualified. So as long as your truck meets the program requirements I would definitely give it a shot with your local dealership.

All the info and HOW I navigated the conversation is covered in the video:

 

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I definitely appreciate the heads up. My truck meets all the criteria (also has the $140 delete credit) but my dealer wasn't interested in pursing as my VIN shows I don't qualify.
 

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I definitely appreciate the heads up. My truck meets all the criteria (also has the $140 delete credit) but my dealer wasn't interested in pursing as my VIN shows I don't qualify.
I had the same experience at my dealer - so lame
 

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Figured I’d share for all the other MY 2023 owners who had their heated steering wheels deleted at purchase.

Certain F150’s qualify to have the heated steering functionality re-added if they were originally deleted due to supply chain issues.

I am not the original owner AND my truck received the original $140 delete credit and my truck still qualified. So as long as your truck meets the program requirements I would definitely give it a shot with your local dealership.

All the info and HOW I navigated the conversation is covered in the video:

You got lucky with your dealer. I've not seen anyone else on here that has had it covered. Raptor VINs were excluded.
 
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You got lucky with your dealer. I've not seen anyone else on here that has had it covered. Raptor VINs were excluded.
Yup, I have a pretty awesome dealership. I was one of 5 Raptors the dealer was working through for the steering wheels.

There’s a bunch of us in the Raptor FB group that have had success. At the end of the day, it comes down to your dealer working with you.
 
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My ford app didn’t show this, but I asked my service manager to look into it, as I meet all the criteria, and here it is! Parts ordered. I am bringing them the controls with the temp on them to install instead of the stock part. IMG_0739.jpeg
 

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My ford app didn’t show this, but I asked my service manager to look into it, as I meet all the criteria, and here it is! Parts ordered. I am bringing them the controls with the temp on them to install instead of the stock part. View attachment 457338
you should charge your phone.
 
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