Anyone know the answer?
My brother recently purchased a 97 Mustang GT. After a few thousand miles the engine starting knocking really bad. (definitely a bottom end problem) The car was covered by a 60 day warranty, so he call the dealership and brought it back for them to diagnose and fix. They are giving him a hard time, telling him it's the transmission, top end, etc., and they don't want to fix it, even though it's under warranty. Their reason for not wanting to fix it is that they said they hooked the car up to a computer and were able to see that he was going 100 mph on a certain date. Now I've been around Mustangs for a while and since when did the on board computer start keeping track of the day, month, and year. My brother is a young kid and I think they are giving him the runaround because of it. Can anyone confirm that there is no way they can isolate how fast the car was going on a certain day? Thanks