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2004 f250 6.0

I have just returned from my local ford dealer,had the listed vehicle serviced oil change,tranny service/flush. Does this vehicle (automatic) have an external filter and did I get ripped:391.61

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I dont think you got ripped, that actually sounds on par for a major service for a 6.0 diesel, it does have an external filter however ford recommends trans service + filter change every 30K

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