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Old 02-24-2013, 05:36 PM
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Good Diesel Mechanic in Salado, Killeen, Temple area?

I was wondering if anyone knew of any good Ford diesel mechanics in the Salado, Killeen, Temple, Georgetown, maybe even Waco area?

I have been taking my truck to the Ford dealer in Killeen for service for a while, but no longer feel that they value me as a customer. I have a fluid leak coming from the power steering line, but the Ford dealer was too busy to look at the problem when my truck was in for an oil change and tire rotation. I think they were too busy because they were busy charging me $80 for a tire rotation which use to be $24.

I am looking to find a mechanic who knows his stuff and wants to have me as a valued REPEAT customer. Does someone like that even exist anymore?


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I am looking to find a mechanic who knows his stuff and wants to have me as a valued REPEAT customer. Does someone like that even exist anymore?


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Probably not going to find that at a dealer, period. The only guy I know is 2hrs from you in Crowley so probably no help, sorry.
He's now over 2hrs from me, but if I can't find one where I'm at, and my trucks able to make it, I will probably make the drive.

If interested here's the thread with his info. post #9
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/12...sel-shops.html
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The leak in the power steering pump line is probably the o-ring, or the nylon/plastic piece that is used on one end or the other. I had to replace it on mine shortly after replacing the pump itself.
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