Took my 2011 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 in for preventative 60K mile service on March 12, 2018, a Saturday. They had my car all day until calling at 4:30PM to say I could come pick it up. I arrive at 4:42PM and wait until 5:20PM, 20 minutes after they're scheduled to close for the day, waiting on the technicians to finish. I drive barely 2 miles on 275 and my truck's radiator light turns on with the temp gauge all the way hot. I pull over off of Sligh exit and park at House of Meats. I call the service department at Elder and I'm told they are closed and I'll have to get the truck towed back. I call AAA and have it towed. I have no transportation all Sunday. I get dropped off at Elder at 8AM on Monday morning. Technicians left a massive air bubble in my radiator fluid refill, preventing fluid from cooling my engine. They refill it for free, even though I should be refunded for the initial flush and refill. 4 days later....my check engine light comes on. In the 4 years I've owned this truck since buying used at 24K miles, my check engine light has never come on. I have been meticulous in its preventative maintenance and scheduled oil changes/filter replacements. I go to Autozone and it appears to be a gas cap code. I unscrew the cap, inspect it for defects and screw it back on. Guy clears the code and I go on my way. 4 days later...my check engine light comes on again. Same code for the gas cap vapor. I'm seriously at a loss. I am afraid to bring it back to Elder because I already don't have a stellar feeling about their work, but I'm also curious as to what they say, since they were the last to touch my vehicle. I expect a free diagnostic, since I paid for a full point diagnostic inspection for the preventative maintenance two weeks ago and there's no reason there should be something out of the ordinary now. I can't think of anything in a fuel system that would need total replacement now at 60K miles unless someone tampered with it. They were supposed to replace my fuel filter, perhaps they didn't install it correctly and that's why my sensor is picking up excess vapor? I have no trust or faith in this service center after my experience and I urge anyone to choose any other Ford dealership in the area but this one.