Hey all. I brought my 2000 F 250 into the dealers the other day for an oil leak. Back of the motor was wet with oil. When I bought the truck last January I bought the comprehensive extended warranty for 2 years. Well 1 year and 1 month later I'm trying to get the oil leak fixed. Dealer takes it in and tells me it is the head gasket. Well they say the insurance should take care of it and that the insurance company wants to send out an inspector to authorize the work. I bought the truck under my name and told salesman and sales manager that I was going to be using it for my business when I bought the insurance. Well turns out that the insurance denied the work and said it is because the truck is a commercial vehicle. WTF!. I got home today around 5:10 just missing the service guys to talk to them about what was going on. My wife called me at 5 just before I got home and gave me the low down cuz they called my house and not my cell. So my insurance info is in the truck with the registration so I hade to go down town and figured I would get it and read through it so I know what I'm talking about before I start making phone calls in the am. Well go into the work bays and my cab is on the lift, engine is striped down to the head gasket, parts on the floor, and I never gave them the ok to do the work. Turns out the insurance company wants them to strip it down so they can inspect it. Now I was quoted $2,800 to fix it. And they also said they broke some bolts taking it apart so they need to be tapped out. All the while I never said ok to do anymore than find the leak and let me know what it is and if insurance is going to cover it. Insurance company is the ones that said strip it down. So what happens now? Do I go in there in the am with guns a blazing or am I going to get stuck with a $2,800 bill. If I knew it was that much I would have washed down the back of the engine and traded it in for the F-550 that I want to buy in the summer. Presidents day sales are pretty good right now. Whats your opinion?