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Old 02-24-2004, 11:21 AM
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VANCOUVER--where's a good ford mechanic??

It's hard to find a mechanic who has an HONEST passion for fords,and doesn't necessarily need to mark up part prices 200 %,to be satisfied with their day's work!!!,or sell something pricey,that doesn't really go along with the balance of the vehicle,,,,or install something without torquing a seal,,,,but knows what actually helps a cure?????????

...........any suggestions????????

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Old 02-24-2004, 11:55 AM
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There used to be a guy with a shop in Surrey just on the East end of the bridge that crosses in New Westminster
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Old 02-24-2004, 12:22 PM
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send me a email maybe I can help
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Old 02-26-2004, 11:03 AM
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here's an example of my complaint......a shop quoted $400 to replace a power booster in an '86 ford van.
I picked one up for $130,and had it re and re'd in 1 hour--did I just earn $270/hr?
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howabout this ?
An inspection garage tells me I'll need new kingpins--turns out they didn't look at them,and they're fine !


Sorry to rant,but just HAVE to let it out somewhere,otherwise might take anger/frustration out on a convenient innocent victim.
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I recommend, not only for Fords but for all vehicles, Willowbrook Firestone in Langley. 604-530-4162. Our family have taken all their vehicles there (imports and domestics) for over 10 years, he's never gouged us and offers a good shop rate. The only thing he wouldn't touch was the Aero's Airbag or the AirConditioning.
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Old 03-19-2004, 11:57 PM
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Well it has been about six months since we bought a engine but it was through Dams and it did come from Vulcan and its still going strong. Im getting a set of 370 heads on Monday also from dams I will see if they are from Vulcan or if ford has another rebuilder . Eric
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one word , JOBRITE, they are ford specialists in langley who deal with new and wrecker parts, i deal with them regularly as they are honest as grammas apple pie and dependable as a ford.. k maybe a john deere. look jobrite up in the phone book or go to www.jobriteauto.com

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Hey i broke down in van and used a shop a few blocks down (towards the ocean) from MEC, think it was a napa shop. They were great, told me worst case price and ended up costing me less due to some smart thinkin from the shop boys. Just my two cents worth.

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