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2008 Ford Ranger

2021-03-20T22:01:27+00:00

Ford Ranger

Mileage
114,341
Service Date
3/11/2021
Services Performed
  • Inspected vehicle, verified customer concern. Leak is coming from between transfer case and transmission, however transfer case removal is necessary to diagnose specific leak location. Recommend removal in order to further diagnose issue. Other noteworthy items: Front lower control arm bushings are dry rotted and falling apart, beyond end of service life. Recommend replacement of lower control arms.
  • Raised vehicle on hoist. Removed front and rear drive shaft. Removed transfer case skid plate. Drained transfer case fluid. Disconnected t-case electrical connections. Removed t-case hardware. Removed t-case from vehicle. Removed extension housing. Removed old gaskets from mating surfaces. Installed new gaskets and installed t-case in reverse order of removal. Filled t-case with proper fluid. Road tested vehicle to ensure resolution of leak. No further leak detected. Complete.
  • removing, cleaning of seals/gaskets
 
Jay R. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/19/2021
2008 Ford Ranger 2021-03-20T22:01:27+00:00

2014 Ford Fusion

2021-03-01T23:02:44+00:00

Ford Fusion

Mileage
93,198
Service Date
2/26/2021
Services Performed
  • Inspected brakes. Front brakes are at 6mm and Rear brakes are at 1mm. Recommend replacement of rear brakes.
  • Raised car. Removed tire. Removed caliper. Removed brake pads and hardware. Removed brake caliper bracket. Cleaned brake residue left behind by old brake pads. Lubricated slide pins on brake caliper bracket. Lubricated any metal to metal contact surfaces. Installation reverse order of removal. Proceeded to passenger side. Same procedure was followed. Test drove the car to test brakes. Brakes are working. properly.
 
Wil Z. gave our service a 5 star review on 2/28/2021
2014 Ford Fusion 2021-03-01T23:02:44+00:00

2011 Ford Escape

2021-02-19T23:02:09+00:00

Ford Escape

Mileage
119,065
Service Date
2/17/2021
Services Performed
  • Complete. See notes above
  • Found Alternator Belt missing. Checked all pullies, and found the water pump ,bearing starting to fail. Other notable items: *Transmission fluid is burnt, and pump is whining *Transmission leaking from case half *Engine leaking from valve covers, and timing cover *Brake fluid at 3% water (corrosive) *Front and Rear Shocks/Struts worn (Safety) *Battery Cleaning needed
  • Towing
 
Emily E. gave our service a 5 star review on 2/18/2021
2011 Ford Escape 2021-02-19T23:02:09+00:00

2011 Ford Fusion

2021-02-17T23:01:35+00:00

Ford Fusion

Mileage
125,638
Service Date
2/15/2021
Services Performed
  • Raise vehicle. Remove engine oil drain plug and drain fluid. Remove and replace engine oil filter with new filter. Fill crankcase with fresh synthetic oil. Start engine, then shut off and recheck fluid level. Top off as needed up to 5 quarts.
  • Raised hood, removed coil packs, removed old spark plugs, installed new spark plugs, replaced coil packs. lowered hood. Complete.
 
Michael C. gave our service a 5 star review on 2/16/2021
2011 Ford Fusion 2021-02-17T23:01:35+00:00

2013 Ford Transit Connect

2020-08-15T22:02:50+00:00

Ford Transit Connect

Mileage
137,807
Service Date
8/13/2020
Services Performed
  • Downloaded faults from ABS control unit: C0063:64 Yaw rate sensor plausibility U3003:16 Battery voltage below threshold C1109:64 Vehicle dynamic control switch U3003: Battery voltage above threshold C003A:07 RR wheel speed sensor mechanical fault C0037:07 RL wheel speed sensor mechanical fault No faults stored in engine computer Test plan indicates clear faults and road test in an attempt to verify concern there where no lights on at time of drop off. Cleared faults and road tested, faults have not returned, there is a lot of wheel bearing type noise. Performed basic Trouble shooting test, Checked charging system okay at this time, Checked rear wheel speed sensor for looseness, okay. Test plan indicates reproducing faults and monitoring wheel speeds. Other item will need to be investigated if faults return. Some test plans indicate poor connections, intermittently failing ABS control unit, sensor cluster array failure. Road tested again while monitoring all four wheel speed sensor data, Noted as vehicle is driven for longer periods of time the left front wheel speed sensor data has speed spikes, when making left turns the traction control light flashes and engine power is reduced. After the vehicle drives straight ahead the light stops flashing and power returns. We checked again for codes in the ABS system and there are none. Currently the condition that exists with the left front wheel speed sensor is causing the traction control system to false activate. This condition should be repaired prior to further testing. Measure tire roll out, service data indicates no more than 1/4' of roll out variation, rear tires are at 1' of roll out and front tires are less than a 1/4". Tire measurements front at 79", RR at 79 3/4, LR at 78 3/4. Performed vehicle inspection. Found left rear shock leaking and vehicle has overall poor ride and handling characteristics. Items in need of attention other than initial concern shocks and struts front brakes LF wheel bearing Right rear tire is cupped and very noisy brake fluid is green and low due to pad wear Left rear wiper is split oil leak at engine, monitor oil level Outer tie rods minor play
 
LARRY C. gave our service a 5 star review on 8/14/2020
2013 Ford Transit Connect 2020-08-15T22:02:50+00:00

2014 Ford F-350 Super Duty

2020-07-31T22:01:10+00:00

Ford F-350 Super Duty

Mileage
202,559
Service Date
7/29/2020
Services Performed
  • Remove lower dash cover, unbolt and remove lower column cover, disconnect shift cable from under dash, underneath vehicle disconnect shift cable from transmission and support bracket, remove old shift cable, install in reverse order, operates as it should at this time.
 
Crissy W. gave our service a 5 star review on 7/30/2020
2014 Ford F-350 Super Duty 2020-07-31T22:01:10+00:00