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4 Year 48K Mile Warranty and $2000 or 10 Year 120,000 Mile Warranty?

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Diesel Emission Modification Extended Warrenty Poll

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OK, so my 2012 E350 Bluetec qualifies for the Complimentary Emission Modification and I can get either a 4 year/48,000 mile Extended Warranty and $2000.or a 10 year 120,000 mile Warranty. The 10 year Warranty sounds like the way to go, under normal circumstances... But I am hearing that there are problems with the modification including engine issues so I wonder if this car will still be running in 10 years. I have 100K on the engine and the car is in great shape in all regards. Yeah $2000 sounds nice but any engine problem will run a lot more than $2000, a whole lot more... I had planned on keeping the car for at least another 200K.

I would like to hear from you guys/gals that have had the modification. What is the consensus regarding the 4year VS 10 year warranty?

I appreciate your response.
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I guess they must have changed the warranty since I had my car done in late December 2022 as the only offer I got was a 4 year extended warranty and $3200.00. I had my car updated but don't know when I will see the money. And yes there are problems with the so called update. I was getting 42 MPG highway before the repair and now I get maybe 36 MPG and just had my CEL come on.
I don't think it has anything to do with the year model. The recall notice I received in the mail last November stated the offer was only good if the repair was completed before 12/31/2022. So my guess is after that offer expired they made a change. I had the repair done and the dealer paid for a rental car for the 2 weeks they had my car.
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