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did i get ripped off

had a person replace mafs the part he put on mine looks different than mine and now the truck idels higer @1000 rpms not 700 that it has been he also wants 675.00 and 70.00 to replace fule filterand that susposed to be with my wifes discount
 
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Yeah deffintley ripped off
 
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what should a fair price be
 
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do it yourself for free!
 
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would if i could
 
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can you hold a screwdeiver?...then u can...its like 2 hose clamps and the new part and your done....but why did u even need to replace it?...same shop said so?
 
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was told it was the fule pump he thought it was masfs he said he had the parts on hand masfs looks diferent i have the old one fule filter takes special tool fule pump requires the bed to be removed or sp i was told is this not right
 
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You do not need to remove the bed to change the fuel filter, thats BS
 
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to change the fuel filter takes special tools is that correct
 
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If it does its just a fuel line removal tool, couple bucks at any auto parts store. I think the pack I got last month was 4 dollars or something like that?
 
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fuel pump requires the bed to be removed. fuel filter - does not
 
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Removal of the bed to replace the fuel pump is because some people consider so as an easier way to have access to it.

And yeah you got ripped off. Ask any fellow RFer and they will gladly help you with any doubts/problems you have about your truck.
 
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Missed the part where the fuel pump is getting replaced too, ignore what I said lol
 
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Wow you got robbed bad!!

Yeah it's always a good idea to run problems with your truck by peps on here. They can save you a lot of guesswork and headache. Not to mention some Benjamins!
 
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Not sure what year your truck is, but I can change my mass air flow sensor (MAF sensor) in about 5 minutes. And if you mean you were charged $675.00 to replace it, that's way too much money, even if he used genuine Ford parts. I'd be going back to the shop to have words w/ the owner.
 
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^^^ with a 33" Louisville Slugger.
 
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Hey Hey, don't bring my family into this,
we already get into enough trouble on our own.

Michael Hillerich
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you that mechanic is a greedy dick, and its not very had to replace any of those things, removing the bed can be a pain in the *** if your underbody is rusted out, and it depends on where your fuel rail is, but its not hard to depressurize the system as either. and i agree mark, lol
 
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