For the Bullitt I got it about a month after the car (so since March 2020, 18 months) and for wife's F150 it's been in for about 3-4 months. First I got off Amazon, second directly from reseller with great customer service.
If you want, DM me, I can try to get in touch with the guy at the...
I have a dash cam (dual, front and back) installed near the wiring, so there's a power in and data out (to the back cam), so it's tight as far as the wires go. I ran it very near the rearview, so I may have inadvertently moved the wiring, would explain the intermittency of it working and not.
Sorry to revive old thread. I got one in 2019 Bullitt (I believe the ones in GTs are different and more modern looking). Was there anything specific, or really just plugging in and out?
I've noticed on my morning commute today that I was getting straight up almost blinded in the rearview...
Chiming in with a 2019 Bullitt as a 29yo. Bullitt itself is $798/yr before discount (total $1,182 for a Bullitt and a 2017 F150). Before discount with fairly low deductibles. Ohio. Reading other people's posts, I'm lucky.
Mileage they don't check into, but I'm at 30k in 18mo, so about 18k/yr...
Identical experience here. My Bullitt is pretty much stock (aside from sidemarker lights and clutch spring) and most people don't really recognize it because of the lack of pony badges and nobody really cares.
Which is nice. I might also have a slight resting bitch face? :sunglasses:
It would actually be AWESOME if they gave you one key on the steering wheel that you can program whatever you want in.
A little "star" button that maybe takes you to your Android Auto/CarPlay, or turns on heated steering wheel (instead of the infotainment), or whatever. Some carmakers do this...
Took the Bullitt to the track, bone stock again and stock tires (minus the Steeda clutch spring), performed beautifully!
Made some friends, kept up with the GT500 fairly well. :rockon:
The shirt says "shift," you just can't see the "f" :crackup: Although real cars don't "shit" themselves either.
Isn't the issue that the machines building the chips are also on backlog, delayed and not available?
So yes, in the future getting ready for these and bringing things here from overseas makes sense, but it's not a quick fix with immediate results.
Mmmm, das a lot of "letting off".... :(
But, kudos to you for being respectful. Not to open a can of worms or start a rabbit hole discussion, but in the last like 2-3yrs of driving I feel like I've noticed people are just dicks on the road and do not give a damn about other drivers.