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Flywheel and torque converter issues

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At less than 61,000 miles my 2016 Edge started making a very load rattling noise when idling. The next day I took it to the Ford dealership. 6 days later they said it was a cracked flywheel caused by an issue with the torque converter. 

Now here is where it gets Interesting,  after says it would cost 2800.00 to fix,  I find out the parts that will replace in my car are the same part numbers for the 2017 recalls on the Edge, yet Ford will not cover my parts as a recall because it's a 2016 but has to use 2017 parts.. how is that even fair? Anyone else have issues on this as well?

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