RECALL - 15P08 PCM CALIBRATION

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  1. Shell181

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    Hi, we have a motorhome based on a Ford transit 2007 and we took it in for a pcm calibration 15P08 recall. When the Ford dealer carried out the calibration they failed to reinstall fuel pump data and other engine module data, not knowing this we took the motorhome and on the way back had an engine malfunction light come on and it went into limp mode. Took it back to the garage, where they freely admitted their errors, did the rest of the install as they should have done in the first place and once again we set off for home only for the same symptoms to reoccur. Took it back to the garage and they are now saying it is a turbo charger error. The garage does not know what to do now and they seem to be trying to wriggle out of it, we just wandered if anyone else had a problem?
     
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    Take it back & tell them it was working perfectly before they played with it. Please Return it in the same fashion.
     
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    Additionally you will also require reinbursement for all the wasted time & journeys.
     
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    Yes, we are waiting for them to get back to us after emailing Ford as to what they do next! Definitely will want reimbursing but just want it sorted first as it's quite worrying cos we are meant to be going away in a couple of weeks to Holland and everything is booked! Unfortunately this wasn't a recall that could wait till we came back.
     
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