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by Capt. Jay from Olympia, WA. |
I bought a new 2012 F250 6.7 Turbo Diesel from All Star Ford, Olympia. When inspecting the vehicle I noticed that it had no dash lights. The sales person said "we can fix that!" I took the F250 to their service mgr. about the dash lights, he took my keys went out to the truck to take a look at the problem and said yep - no dash lights, and we made an apt to get it fixed. When I picked up the truck after service he said that it met all Ford's specifications and was not suppose to have any dash lights except when the photo cell turns them on after dark. The dash display is deeply recessed and cannot be seen during early morning, late evening, cloudy days, along dark tree lined roads, tunnels, under bridges, etc. There is no way for the driver to turn on the dash lights! If one covers the photo cell with tape, you get dash lights but the message board dims out as well as the radio display info. As there is no way to make the dash lights work I tried to upgrade to a Lariat to get a safe useable vehicle. All Star Ford offered me $14,000 less than I paid 2 months earlier for a trade in. Much of those 2 months as spent waiting for 2 separate service apts. All Star Ford sold me an unsafe vehicle to drive and will not honor the sales person's word that they will fix the problem of no dash lights. Driving in the dark thanks to ALL STAR FORD, Olympia!
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