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2004 Ford Pickup

2022-06-29T22:01:09+00:00

Ford Pickup

Mileage
206,917
Service Date
6/28/2022
Services Performed
  • Pulled truck into shop for inspection. Checked all fluids and found that the power steering fluid was slightly low (topped off) Also noticed that the engine oil was about a 1qt low (topped off) Transfer case fluid is very dark. (Recommend service) Cooling system is very acidic (6.5ph and no freeze protection) Recommend service. Inspected all steering suspension and brakes. Front brakes are down to 3mm of life and highly recommend replacing before a long trip. Drive line center support bearing rubber is torn and this will cause a vibration (needs replaced ASAP) Ball joints have minor play (okay at this time) and all tie rod ends have play (needs replaced but not a safety issue) Inspected engine and did noticed a small oil leak on the front crank seal area. Recommend putting dye in the oil so we can pin point this leak in the future. Checked 4wd operation and it is working properly at this time. Parking brake holds properly. (okay at this time) Test drove truck and notice that the fuel gauge is reading empty. We have notes about this issue from previous visits. Recommend removing fuel tank and sweep testing fuel level sending unit. If this unit test bad then replacement will be needed.
  • -Removed the front wheels and brake calipers to the side. Removed the rotors and replaced with new and applied a non directional finish to help the new pads break in correctly. Cleaned the caliper slides and reassembled with new front brake pads with anti-squeal to the backing. Repacked the front wheel bearings and replaced new seals as needed. Torqued the calipers and wheels to specs then road tested. Burnished in the front pads on the road test. The brakes work good.
  • #3 CENTER SUPPORT BEARING – Remove & Replace
  • #4 FUEL GAUGE TANK UNIT – Remove & Replace
  • #5 Service transfer case fluid.
  • Positioned vehicle on lift as needed. Evacuated the radiator and engine of coolant as much as possible. Refilled with correct type and freezing protection level and added a PH balance to reduce electrolysis. Pressure tested. No leaks at this time. Road tested, OK.
  • #7 LOF – Lube, Oil, Filter (Full Service)
  • Our technician removed the old fuel filters and installed new filters. He then test ran the engine and inspected for leaks. No leaks found and service is completed.
 
Dennis B. gave our service a 5 star review on 6/28/2022
2004 Ford Pickup 2022-06-29T22:01:09+00:00

2006 Ford Pickup

2022-06-14T22:01:47+00:00

Ford Pickup

Mileage
88,851
Service Date
6/13/2022
Services Performed
  • Technician confirmed the P2290 code, ICP Too Low. Engine has a miss, smokes when revved up with pressure slow to build when the truck is cold. Technician ran the engine for about 4 minutes then tried to restart the truck and it would not refire. The ICP is only building 300psi. Unplugged the module from the sensor and it would only build 250psi, this indicates a high pressure oil leak or IPR valve. Performed a high pressure oil test and heard a severe leak around the High Pressure Oil Pump area on the passenger side where the pump outlet is. Technician suspects the STC fitting at the pump is leaking or the pump itself is leaking.
  • #2 OIL INJECTION PUMP – Remove & Replace – F250 Super Duty,F350 Super Duty,Automatic Trans w/Single Alternator – [Includes: R&I Intake Manifold.]
  • Freight
 
Ray E. gave our service a 5 star review on 6/13/2022
2006 Ford Pickup 2022-06-14T22:01:47+00:00

2005 Ford Econoline

2022-05-14T22:02:33+00:00

Ford Econoline

Mileage
185,678
Service Date
5/13/2022
Services Performed
  • Has new plugs, coils and fuel filter. This helped a little, but still is not running right. Pulled van into the shop for inspection and did noticed that there was a fuel cap message on the dash. Inspected fuel cap and found that it is the wrong cap and will not thread in and seal tight. Install the correct cap and now this message is gone. Did confirm engine miss when pulling into the shop for inspection. Scanned computer for codes and found P0171 bank 1 too lean, P0174 bank 2 too lean, P0301 cylinder 1 misfire detected and P0457 Evap system leak detected. Fuel cap fixed the P0457 Evap code. Removed cylinder #1 coil and swapped it with cylinder #5 and now engine is setting a code for cylinder #5 misfire. This proves cylinder #1 coil is bad. Needs new coil and boot.
  • Inspection completed. See attached worksheet
  • #3 IGNITION COIL – Remove & Replace – V8 One
  • -Removed the rear wheel and brake calipers. Removed the rotors and replaced with new and applied a non directional finish to help the new pads break in correctly. Cleaned the caliper mounting slides and reassembled with new rear calipers & brake pads with anti-squeal to the backing. Flushed and bled the rear brake hydraulics as needed. Repacked rear wheel bearings and replaced seals as needed. Adjusted the rear park brakes to specs. Torqued the wheels to specs then road tested. Burnished in the rear pads on the road test. The brakes work good.
  • #5 ALTERNATOR DRIVE BELT – Remove & Replace – Gas – [Includes: Serpentine and V-Belt type Belt(s).]
  • -Removed the front wheels and brake calipers to the side. Removed the rotors and replaced with new and applied a non directional finish to help the new pads break in correctly. Cleaned the caliper slides and reassembled with new front brake pads with anti-squeal to the backing. Repacked the front wheel bearings and replaced new seals as needed. Torqued the calipers and wheels to specs then road tested. Burnished in the front pads on the road test. The brakes work good.
 
Tony P. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/13/2022
2005 Ford Econoline 2022-05-14T22:02:33+00:00

2006 Ford Pickup

2022-04-22T22:01:53+00:00

Ford Pickup

Mileage
88,421
Service Date
4/21/2022
Services Performed
  • #1 LOF – Lube, Oil, Filter (Full Service)
  • Inspection completed. See attached worksheet
 
Ray E. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/21/2022
2006 Ford Pickup 2022-04-22T22:01:53+00:00

2006 Ford Pickup

2022-04-16T22:02:41+00:00

Ford Pickup

Mileage
59,958
Service Date
4/15/2022
Services Performed
  • Positioned vehicle on lift as needed. Evacuated the radiator and engine of coolant as much as possible. Refilled with correct type and freezing protection level and added a PH balance to reduce electrolysis. Pressure tested. No leaks at this time. Road tested, OK.
 
Barry H. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/15/2022
2006 Ford Pickup 2022-04-16T22:02:41+00:00

2008 Ford Pickup

2022-02-09T23:02:27+00:00

Ford Pickup

Mileage
95,922
Service Date
2/7/2022
Services Performed
  • #1 LOF – Lube, Oil, Filter (Full Service)
  • Inspection completed. See attached worksheet
  • #3 TIE ROD @ Pitman Arm & Connecting Tie Rod – Remove & Replace – F250 Super Duty,F350 Super Duty
  • Steering Gearbox still has a 1/2" of play. Tires have serious radial pull. We did swap front tires, it did calm the pull down.
  • #5 Gear Box Adjustment
 
BILL W. gave our service a 5 star review on 2/8/2022
2008 Ford Pickup 2022-02-09T23:02:27+00:00

2020 Ford F-350 Super Duty

2022-01-27T23:04:19+00:00

Ford F-350 Super Duty

Mileage
30,468
Service Date
1/26/2022
Services Performed
  • #1 LOF – Lube, Oil, Filter (Full Service)
  • Inspection completed. See attached worksheet
  • #3 FUEL FILTER – Remove & Replace – Diesel Both,w/o Fuel Tank Removal
 
Jeff W. gave our service a 5 star review on 1/26/2022
2020 Ford F-350 Super Duty 2022-01-27T23:04:19+00:00

2004 Ford Pickup

2022-01-14T23:04:02+00:00

Ford Pickup

Mileage
210,828
Service Date
1/13/2022
Services Performed
  • Upon inspection tech removed front wheels and found that both front calipers are hanging up and brake pads are down to less than 1mm. Rotors are complete ground up, and are not machine able. Truck has aftermarket calipers and rotors. These are a eight piston caliper and cross drilled rotors. Needs new calipers, rotors and brake pads.
  • #2 LOF – Lube, Oil, Filter (Full Service)
  • Inspection completed. See attached worksheet
  • Remove and replaced the upper and lower ball joints and reassembled.
  • #5 DRAG LINK and CONNECTION TIE ROD – Remove & Replace – F250 Super Duty,F350 Super Duty
  • -Removed the front wheels and brake calipers. Removed the rotors and replaced with new and applied a non directional finish to help the new pads break in correctly. Cleaned the caliper mounting slides and reassembled with new front calipers & brake pads with anti-squeal to the backing. Flushed and bled the front brake hydraulics as needed. Repacked the front wheel bearings and replaced new seals as needed. Torqued the calipers and wheels to specs then road tested. Burnished in the front pads on the road test. The brakes work good.
  • #7 ALIGNMENT-Perform Front End Alignment, (does not include any parts or cams for alignment)
  • Freight
  • #8 ENGINE BLOCK HEATER – Remove & Replace – Diesel
 
Jeff W. gave our service a 5 star review on 1/13/2022
2004 Ford Pickup 2022-01-14T23:04:02+00:00

2017 Ford F-550 Super Duty

2022-01-01T23:00:24+00:00

Ford F-550 Super Duty

Mileage
43,930
Service Date
12/3/2021
Services Performed
  • Upon inspection and found tech found that the drag link has major play at socket, and major play in track bar ball joint. Also found that the factor wheel spacer and lug nuts are severely damaged. All need to be replaced in ordered to fix vehicles issues.
  • #2 DRAG LINK – Remove & Replace – 4WD Inner
  • #3 AXLE TRACK BAR BALL JOINT – Remove & Replace
  • #4 HUB SPACER ASSEMBLY – Remove & Replace – (Including Lug Nuts) Drivers side
  • Customer states the truck hit a wall, on the drivers side wheel. Now steering wheel is off set.
  • #6 LOF – Lube, Oil, Filter (Full Service)
  • Inspection completed. See attached worksheet
 
Kyle G. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/29/2021
2017 Ford F-550 Super Duty 2022-01-01T23:00:24+00:00

2012 Ford Pickup

2021-12-30T23:00:29+00:00

Ford Pickup

Mileage
132,442
Service Date
12/17/2021
Services Performed
  • Road test vehicle. Check all suspension and steering parts for wear. Check tire pressure and condition.
  • #2 AXLE TRACK BAR – Remove & Replace – F250 Super Duty,F350 Super Duty,4WD
  • Freight
  • #3 FRONT SHOCK ASSEMBLY – Remove & Replace – F250 Super Duty,F350 Super Duty Both
  • #4 REAR SHOCK ASSEMBLY – Remove & Replace – F250 Super Duty,F350 Super Duty Both – [DOES NOT include disassemble or alignment.]
  • #5 WHEEL HUB – Remove & Replace – F250 Super Duty,F350 Super Duty,4WD Front,w/o Dual Rear Wheels,One Side
  • #6 ALIGNMENT-Perform Front End Alignment, (does not include any parts or cams for alignment)
 
Gordy R. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/28/2021
2012 Ford Pickup 2021-12-30T23:00:29+00:00