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1999 ford crown victoria intake manifold crack

My manifold has cracked on my 1999 ford. i am new to this site and wondering how to go about contacting ford to see it they will do anything about it.

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Ford made these w plastic water passage no recall need to buy new intake w all aluminum kragens is pretty cheap

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Sorry to have to give you the bad news but Ford will not be able to assist you with this repair.
This was part of a class action settlement and Ford extended the warranty for 7 years from the original warranty start date. A 1999 model would be well outside of those guidelines and they can not deviate from these guidelines because it was a class action settlement.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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