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  1. For Anyone Wanting Smoking Deals, Bronco Raptors Are About To Free Fall In Price

    I was visiting my local Ford dealer for a maintenance inquiry and I saw that they are still applying marked adjustment. For a Bronco Raptor, they are asking 10k over MSRP :( https://www.jimclickford.com/new-Tucson-2023-Ford-Bronco-Raptor-1FMEE5JR9PLB78561
  2. Oil leak discovered from a bolt at the driver side and in front of the timing chain cover

    I visited my local Ford dealer and they were not surprised by the seepage. Also, they are receiving the Bronco next week under warranty.
  3. Slow Coolant Leak

    After two days the coolant has the same level. Anyway, the Bronco is heading to the Ford dealer in Tucson for an oil leak at the timing chain cover and coolant leak inspection.
  4. Slow Coolant Leak

    I was driving back from California to Arizona yesterday and when I got home I felt a coolant smelt. I checked everything and no sign of a leak. I am keeping an eye on the coolant level to see if is evaporating. Mine is a ‘21 2.3L engine with 25k miles on it. The Bronco did not lose power at the...
  5. Oil leak discovered from a bolt at the driver side and in front of the timing chain cover

    First of all. Thank you. I was thinking to stop by the dealership. But it’s true the warranty is in place and ford would need to take care of any finding. I appreciate your message.
  6. Oil leak discovered from a bolt at the driver side and in front of the timing chain cover

    I read many times here this issue but brought my attention this time this while I was traveling and the car star building up a darker mark on the timing chain cover. My Bronco is a 2021 with 24,800 miles on it. Do I need to visit the dealership to inspect and fix the issue? Or likely other post...
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