shobiz Posted June 14, 2014 Report Share Posted June 14, 2014 At 35k miles I had Ford replace all the tail lights due to the chrome-peeling issue. My car now has just over 50k miles and the replacement lights have peeled also. I have the Ford extended warranty (bumper to bumper, full warranty) that I paid $2k for that's in effect until 75k miles, but Ford says peeling tail lights are cosmetic and are not covered by the extended b-to-b warranty. I've taken it to two dealers so far, and they both say the same thing. Since you have to replace the ENTIRE tail-light assemblies to fix this "cosmetic" issue, which is pretty expensive, is there some recourse I can take? I know this is a very common issue and is certainly a manufacturer material defect, so it seems as consumers we should have some recourse for this, right? EkbergJen 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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