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Old 12-10-2013, 12:50 PM
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Anyone have a favorite dealer in the Lansing area?

I have some work that is going to be paid for by the dealership i bought the truck from (intermittent cruise, i suspect it is the "brake switch") and so i'm gonna take it to a local dealer to diagnose and repair (because i'm not paying for it!)

anyone have a favorite dealership in or around the Lansing area? anyone work for a dealership in the area?

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Jared
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Take it to Central Ford at Jolly and Cedar and have Jim Fuller work on it for you. Make sure that you tell them specifically Jim. He is a great tech, I worked with him when he was just an apprentice and going to school. He is actually married to my exwifes cousin also.
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i can do that. i'm gonna have them check that the hubs are engaging and disengaging while i'm at it (it doesn't seem like they are working properly, and i don't have a 4 wheel lift) also gonna have'em check out the front end and make sure it is good and tight.
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got sick of pissing around with the dealer i bought it from and how they were going to cover the diagnostic and estimate fees before hand so i went ahead and replaced the cruise cancel switch on the master cylinder and that appears to have been the problem. well worth the 30 dollars to not have to deal with that anymore.
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