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I was just throwing the Shakespeare line out for humor. He had a point though.
 
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The one thing that I can remember is calling the dealership to see if they could get me a part. They just told me, "Nope, we don't support vehicles that old anymore." Really?
That's just BS from the dealer. There are still a lot of parts to be had from Ford, Motorcraft etc...

Let one of us know, or partguyed site and get the part numbers for what you need, then just take the number with you to the dealer.

That's what I do, I don't even tell them year model anymore, and they can tell me if they can get it or if it's obsolete... just by the part number.
 
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Originally Posted by 00Boss View Post
This reminds me of my moms 04 f150.... She had more problems with that then any other vehicle we've owned including our 2000 Durango. Ford said that it was her fault for using the wrong motor oil that their dealer filled her truck with. She now drives a Nissan truck. By the way it was still under warranty
They tried that with me on my 03. They were the ones chainging the oil.... I won that battle
 
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fordfuelinjection.com seems to be back up and online but is now known as oldfuelinjection.com
 
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Yup, and the rewrites are working. This means that all the links referring to the "offending" domain name will work again.

Good job, Ryan!!
 
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revival of the long lost thread ,,, Get it while you can ,,, Ford Fuel Injection
 
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Maybe he and Ford's lawyers reached an agreement.
 
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maybe lets keep this thread alive , i saving in my downloads now .

this thread is good https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/8...e-again-2.html
 
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Maybe he and Ford's lawyers reached an agreement.
My understanding is that Ryan closed up shop due to lack of funds, had nothing to do with ford Corporate but rather bankruptcy.
 
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My understanding is that Ryan closed up shop due to lack of funds, had nothing to do with ford Corporate but rather bankruptcy.
maybe we can pass the hat for him , how is he doing now ?
 
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Jim (ArdWrknTrk) is the one to ask....
 
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I've only had my truck (or any Ford at all...) for a short time and found RJM to be an invaluable source of cool stuff for all Fords of our vintage. The information site (guess I can't mention it here-the name is automatically converted to something else) is an incredible trove of information. We have to find a way to preserve it! I wonder if the site can somehow be preserved on this site?

I'm really surprised that RJM did not do enough business to stay solvent. There's only a few million Fords of all sorts being wrenched on at this moment, and not so many vendors for what they carried.
 
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Chris, that would explain why I couldn't order some extra EEC-V connector parts from him.
 
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Sending letters to Ford about being bullies

Maybe the membership of this forum should send faxes and/or emails to Ford telling them that they are really messing with a huge customer base. "Have You Driven A Ford Lately?" May take on a new meaning. Picking on little guys really ticks me off as well. I for one am going to fax them a memo and speak my two cents worth. Wish we could clog that machine up till it melted from trying to process all the faxes. By the way does anyone have the fax number to Ford customer service???? Richard
 
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How does that archive site work? Is there way to download that complete fuel injection site to your computer in one click?
 

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