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Old 05-21-2018, 11:49 AM
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Oil Pan Gasket - ESP Warranty ?

My oil pan has started to drip and i believe that this is covered under the Premium ESP plan I purchased. Would anyone be able to confirm this and if it is, do they also cover the oil replacement or am I on the hook for that?
 
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Old 05-21-2018, 01:17 PM
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To confirm with 100% certainty, I would need your VIN and mileage.

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Old 05-23-2018, 11:46 AM
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Let's say the oil pan gasket is covered under the ESP. Does the oil get changed under the ESP warranty, or am I charged for the oil?
 
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Old 05-23-2018, 12:33 PM
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That would depend on the technician doing the repair. I can tell you how I would do the repair. And my practice has always been, and always will be that I never re-use any fluids that I need to drain for whatever reason, even if was changed recently. Pertaining to the particular repair in question, I would reseal the oil pan and let cure dry for at least half a day before pouring any new oil into the engine (while I have moved on to doing other work in the meantime). The new oil and filter would simply be charged out as part of the repair. But again, I speak for myself. Another technician doing the repair may re-use the oil drained.
 
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Old 05-24-2018, 06:34 PM
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Question: Wouldn't a oil pan leak be covered by the 5year/100,000 miles PowerStroke Diesel Engine Warranty Coverage without an ESP extended plan?

My 2016 truck had an oil pan leak fixed at ~22K miles, and I have wondered if the PowerStroke warranty would cover this if it happened after the 3year/36,000 miles.

2016-Car-Lt-Truck-Warranty-version-3_frdwa_EN-US_10_2015.pdf (pages 11-12)
(4) Your vehicle’s direct injection diesel engine and certain engine components are covered during the PowerStroke Diesel Engine Coverage Period, which lasts for five years or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The following parts are covered during this extended coverage period: the engine, cylinder block, heads and all internal parts, intake and exhaust manifolds, timing gear, harmonic balancer, valve covers, oil pan and pump, water pump, fuel system (excluding fuel lines, fuel tank and frame mounted fuel conditioning module sometimes referred to as the frame mounted pump/filter/water separator or frame mounted fuel filter/water separator), high pressure lines, gaskets and seals, glow plugs, turbocharger, two-stage turbocharger assembly, turbocharger actuator, powertrain control module, high pressure fuel injection pump assembly, injectors, injection pressure sensor, fuel rail pressure sensor, exhaust back pressure regulator and sensor, exhaust pressure sensor, manifold pressure sensor, intake air temperature sensor, crankshaft position sensor, camshaft position sensor, accelerator switch.
 
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I don't see gaskets specifically called out in the verbiage...
 
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I had a bed pan leak fixed on an 05. 6.0 and they didn’t charge for the oil. Some dealers however will fix the hard parts and charge for fluids. Case in point, years ago I had an AC compressor replaced under warranty. Parts and labor covered, the Freon was not.
 
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I had a bed pan leak fixed on an 05. 6.0 and they didn’t charge for the oil. Some dealers however will fix the hard parts and charge for fluids. Case in point, years ago I had an AC compressor replaced under warranty. Parts and labor covered, the Freon was not.
And what was the charge for the freon?
 
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I don't see gaskets specifically called out in the verbiage...
2016-Car-Lt-Truck-Warranty-version-3_frdwa_EN-US_10_2015.pdf (pages 11-12)
(4) Your vehicle’s direct injection diesel engine and certain engine components are covered during the PowerStroke Diesel Engine Coverage Period, which lasts for five years or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The following parts are covered during this extended coverage period: the engine, cylinder block, heads and all internal parts, intake and exhaust manifolds, timing gear, harmonic balancer, valve covers, oil pan and pump, water pump, fuel system (excluding fuel lines, fuel tank and frame mounted fuel conditioning module sometimes referred to as the frame mounted pump/filter/water separator or frame mounted fuel filter/water separator), high pressure lines, gaskets and seals, glow plugs, turbocharger, two-stage turbocharger assembly, turbocharger actuator, powertrain control module, high pressure fuel injection pump assembly, injectors, injection pressure sensor, fuel rail pressure sensor, exhaust back pressure regulator and sensor, exhaust pressure sensor, manifold pressure sensor, intake air temperature sensor, crankshaft position sensor, camshaft position sensor, accelerator switch.
 
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And what was the charge for the freon?
I don't remember Mike. Too long ago. It was at a Mercury dealership in Riverside Ca. They stated that freon was a renewable.
 
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Old 05-26-2018, 11:41 AM
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My dealer also covered the upper oil pan leak and did not charge me for a filter or oil. This is on a deleted 15, not sure if I was over the 3yr 60000km thou. Oil was due for a change anyways, pretty awesome of them thou I thought
 
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It will be covered under the diesel engine warranty. Upper and lower on mine leaked. No charge for repair or oil.
 
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Mine is leaking but very slight leak. Going on a trip and will have it fixed when I get home.
A ESP may not cover gaskets. You have to read the fine print if you need to go that route. I bet oil wouldn't be covered so expect to pay for that yourself.
 
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Old 05-27-2018, 05:44 PM
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Mine is leaking but very slight leak. Going on a trip and will have it fixed when I get home.
A ESP may not cover gaskets. You have to read the fine print if you need to go that route. I bet oil wouldn't be covered so expect to pay for that yourself.
If you have to pay the cost of oil and a filter change by the dealer that cost is minor. Having this covered by the base diesel warranty is a good deal.

My upper pan gasket leak took 2.5 days to complete by the dealer. The repair requires you to disconnect the transmission from the engine to get the upper pan off. It can all be done without pulling the cab, but it still took 2.5 days.
 
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Old 05-28-2018, 06:55 AM
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2.5 days, heck mine sat at the dealer for nearly 3 weeks.
 
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