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Old 03-23-2006, 09:30 AM
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Good Ford Dealer for Diesel service (6.0) in Omaha area??

If any of you have any experiences w/ this, please chime in on a good dealer. I bought mine at Atchley and had the reflash done there. Since the reflash, I've been down on power quite noticibly. I'm debating to take it back to them or try a different dealer. Thanks in advance.
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Atchley is one of the better ford service places in town for diesels. I have tryed schrier & performance and was not vary happy with the service I got. I have had my truck in at atchley a few times over the years and they seem to get right on it when you take it in.
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I go to Tincher and I have been happy. That is mainly because of the fact I make an appointment and they get me in and out and go out of there way to help me. One time they dropped my truck off at work (20 miles away).

I used to go to Hawkins (now Sheridan) and found a great guy but he no longer works their and they over book themselves and are slow. I wish I could find the old guy. He was great and it was because he was a farm boy that had grown up around diesels and drove a PSD himself. I still see him on the interstate once in a while.
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I haven't had any diesel work done here, but I've had my F-150 and the wifes Expedition at Woodhouse, and they've always treated me good. Hopefully, I won't need any diesel service soon!
FYI, I've read quite a bit about the last reflash causing a power drop in some trucks!

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Thanks for the info guys, its these types of ??'s that are great for the chapter forums, people from your same area.

Don't get me wrong, the truck is running great, but I KNOW there is less power then when I got it. I think I'll just leave it and suck it up. I don't want them to try to fix it and possibly break something else or have future engine problems.
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If woodhouse was closer I mite give them a try but they are to far out for me
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If woodhouse was closer I mite give them a try but they are to far out for me
Yeah, they are out there a ways. The only reason I started using them, is that they are on my way to work, and the dealer I bought red from (Diers in fremont) has a TERRIBLE service dept.
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