Last week I traded in my 02 Mustang LX for a 2004 Hyundai Sonata. I don't regret it one little bit. The Sonata is more comfortable and is faster and might just even handle better then my Mustang. It is also the first car I have ever owned that has zero defects out of the factory. I usually always find something wrong with my new cars. Anyways that is a different story. My 02 Mustang I traded had an extended warrantee. I went to my previous dealer so I could cancel the warrantee. They said all they needed was a copy of the odometer statement. After providing this they said I should get my refund in 4 to 6 weeks. Today I got a letter from the Ford dealer saying they need proof that my previous loan was paid off. I went online and printed statement from my bank showing it was paid off. They called back and said I need a "release of lean" from the bank or a copy of the payoff check. So I called my bank and they said that the "release of lean" letter would have been mailed to the buying dealer. So I called the dealer I just bought the new car from and they said that they have not received the letter yet. So I asked if they could provide a copy of the check and they informed me that was not possible. They informed me that I can have a copy of the "release of lean" letter when they get it but that could be a while. What I would like to know is if this is all even really necessary? I feel like I am getting the run-a-around from the Ford dealer. In the past I have always just walked in and said the car has been traded and I would like to cancel my warrantee. With out any further hassle it was done.