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I am having a great experience with a Ford Diesel Tech Mechanic. How would I spread the word. I had a extremely poor experience with another dealership Tech Mechanic as well. Where can I spread my experiences, without getting into trouble? All this in Southern Ontario. Toronto (GTA) area. http://images.ford-trucks.com/forums.../party0023.gif
If your commin, your done. If your strocken, you've just started. 2007 F250 6.0L PSD Lariat 4X4 - Dieselsite Coolant bypass Filtation - Bilstein Shocks - Rough Country Duel Steering Stabilizer - Fumoto Oil Drain Valve - Blue fuel pressure upgrade spring - Water Separator Drain Plug Upgrade - ARP studded - Fuel Pressure, ECT, EOT, EGT Gauges - Scangauge ll - AutoEnginuity Scantool
I'll give a thumbs up to Moyens Ford in Lindsey, hands down the best dealership I've ever dealt with.
Ford dealerships in my area I did not like, marigold (one good experience, one bad experience) and fraser (two bad experiences)
We just took my wifes 2007 Ranger in because it's at 58,000 kms warranty is 60,000, there was a TSB for the Clutch slave cylinder they did that job and we asked them to do a synthetic oil change and check the truck over and rotate and re balance the tires.
With taxes $102.00
Plus it was a truly cold day when we dropped the truck off, they had the free loaner car warming up in the parking lot waiting for us.
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