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Old 09-22-2013, 08:04 PM
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Good 6.0 Diesel Mechanics in MA?

Hope this is ok to ask on the forums, but can anyone recommend a good mechanic near Concord, MA? I have a problem with warm /hot starting on my 03 6.0 and I'm OK doing minor to intermediate repairs, but I have a feeling this is going to turn into a bigger project than I can handle on my own. My experience with the local ford dealer was not great, so I'm hoping I can find someone that can actually diagnose and fix the problem without just throwing parts at it.
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Mass Diesel is pretty good

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mass diesel in Bellingham
Henry's diesel performance in Westport
Bruce's commercial in Wrentham
are a few I deal with.
if coarse I must mention minuteman trucks in Walpole
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Thanks for all the input. I ended up bringing the truck to Massdiesel Performance. Now just hoping the repair bill doesn't hurt too bad...
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How did Massdiesel work out? I looking for a shop for a warm start problem- high pressure oil leak
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They were good. No reservations about recommending them. Repair wasn't cheap - I had about 3 or 4 things that needed repair / replacement, but I'm sure it saved me compared to the local dealership - and nice to know the truck was fixed by someone who knew what he was doing rather than just throwing parts at it. It ran great once I got it back too.
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