I purchased an extended bumper to bumper warranty through this ford dealer. I went there a week ago to have them relook at the speakers again. I told them that they go in and out intermittently?, the service guy told me that it may or may not be covered. If it was a particular part it would be, but then again it may not. Regardless I would have to pay the $100.00 copay either way. Then there has been an issue with a rubbing noise that had been going on for a couple of years, of course they can't recreate it when I take it to them. So since my truck is out of the 5 year 60,000 mile warranty I brought it to a real mechanic. He and I test drove it and he said the noise is coming for the rear end. Even though it a 2011 F150 with only 53k miles on it, I had to replace the 4 wheel drive actuator hubs and the rear differential at my own expense. The mechanic who fixed the issue said the rear was improperly put together and he found metal shavings in the transfer case, service people don't care about warranty work or the problems you have with a vehicle. Yes the sales department is good at what they do, but the service department doesn't want to fix ANY issues that are supposed to be covered by a warranty. To seal the deal, I needed to replace the fuel door hinge, it's made of cheap plastic and broke. This ford dealer wanted $80.00 for the part and another $80.00 to install it. I refused to pay for something that should be covered by a warranty. So I located the same part from a ford dealer in Rhode Island for $54.00 including 3 day delivery. I'm not mechanically inclined but I was able to replace it in 30 minutes without an issue. This dealership just wants to rake you over the coals for parts and labor. Stay far way from the service department.