Dropped my truck off at the body shop to get the hood replaced. Got this for a rental. The best reaction was from my 3 yr old son. As soon as he saw the rental, he started crying, saying no no daddy you can't drive a bad truck lol. Wish I would have got that on video. Had to have a long conversation about how it wasn't our truck. This is the second time I have had an F150 while mine was in the body shop. Both have had 5.0 in them. Really not that impressed with them. This one seems, even more doggy than the first one. Maybe it's the 10 speed tuning. Can't wait to get out of this thing and back into my truck.
Found out the problem with my camera coming on when I hit the brakes. Turned out to have nothing to with the LED lights. Found water in the plug behind the rear bumper for the left hand taillight. Cleaned out the water, cleaned up the connections, applied dielectric connectors grease to connections. Everything works great now!
I have the exact same problem. Just started today. I have led reverse bulbs, now I am wondering if they are the problem. They are Phillips and have had them for over a year now. Also have LTZ taillights, hope they aren't the problem
If your really worried about it get the GM borla exhaust and GM cold air intake then you won't have anything to worry about. Otherwise just do it, they would have to prove those mods caused any problem.
Nope no wind noise. Honestly not sure how much it actually deflects, I did it more to protect the leading edge of the hood, cause it got 2 pretty big rock chips. Should have got the 3m film but I never thought about it until i noticed the chips on the hood and bumper. I know they sell a new style one that has a lip on the back. That being said I don't have any chips on the hood behind the deflector so maybe it does help.
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