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Dealer part number is KR3Z-6762-A.

$73. No thanks.

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Brennan sells it for $6.82, although I don't know if they'll sell 1 pc retail direct.

If they won't, PM me.
 
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Ford Performance just replied via email.
Dealer part number is KR3Z-6762-A.

$73. No thanks.

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First, who lost the part? You or the delaership? If it was the dealership, make them replace it. If it was missing, Ford owes you this part. If you lost it, then I'd cough up the $73 and move on.

Second, if you go with some part that is not the 100% exact replacement as spec'd by Ford, and you run into an issue that they can point to saying your incorrect part replacement had something to do with the failure, you run the risk of a warranty denial. That notion is remote, especially with just a catch can, but i wouldn't F with it for a part that is $73.

If the part was missing and you didn't loose it, make ford send you a new one.
 
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Brennan sells it for $6.82, although I don't know if they'll sell 1 pc retail direct.

If they won't, PM me.
Out of stock until March.
 

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My dealership says in one week I can have one for $96 and Hydraulics Direct says I’ll have it Friday for $19.

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First, who lost the part? You or the delaership? If it was the dealership, make them replace it. If it was missing, Ford owes you this part. If you lost it, then I'd cough up the $73 and move on.

Second, if you go with some part that is not the 100% exact replacement as spec'd by Ford, and you run into an issue that they can point to saying your incorrect part replacement had something to do with the failure, you run the risk of a warranty denial. That notion is remote, especially with just a catch can, but i wouldn't F with it for a part that is $73.

If the part was missing and you didn't loose it, make ford send you a new one.
It is lost and Ford nor the dealership has a dog in the fight.
 
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It is lost and Ford nor the dealership has a dog in the fight.
Yes they do. You were not provided what you paid for. The dealership is on the hook for the missing part if it was supposed to be provided with the car. They should be getting you the new part. If the part is not available, they should buy you a new kit.

Edited to add: This situation would be like the car was delivered to you with something missing that was supposed to be included (which it was). If the dealership doesn't want to get you the part, or a whole new catch can kit, then I would be on the phone with Ford customer relations to get them to lean on the dealership.

I would not install an aftermarket fitting because your dealership is lazy. They are responsible to deliver the complete kit that came with the car.

Ford customer relations phone number: (800) 392-3673
 
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Yes they do. You were not provided what you paid for. The dealership is on the hook for the missing part if it was supposed to be provided with the car. They should be getting you the new part. If the part is not available, they should buy you a new kit.

Edited to add: This situation would be like the car was delivered to you with something missing that was supposed to be included (which it was). If the dealership doesn't want to get you the part, or a whole new catch can kit, then I would be on the phone with Ford customer relations to get them to lean on the dealership.

I would not install an aftermarket fitting because your dealership is lazy. They are responsible to deliver the complete kit that came with the car.

Ford customer relations phone number: (800) 392-3673
I will be a little more clear. The part was in my possession, now it is not. The how is another long story.
 

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I will be a little more clear. The part was in my possession, now it is not. The how is another long story.
Ok then. You lost it. Im just looking out for your best interests.
 
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