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  • 2007 Ford Pickup

    Ford Pickup
    Mileage
    93,906
    Service Date
    7/3/2024
    Services Performed
    • Engine – Memory Codes P0340
    • Cam Position Sensor Circuit Fault P1000
    • OBDII System Checks Incomplete P1336
    • Crankshaft Position (CKP) And/Or Camshaft Position (CMP) Input Signal To The PCM Concerns Verified there is no signal from the CMP sensor. Flat line 5V output, no switching to 0V. Remove CMP from the synchronizer and found the sync has hit the CMP magnet and knocked it loose. Sync bushing worn out, causing excess play in shaft and contact occurred between shutter and CMP. Need to replace the synchronizer and CMP sensor. Need to remove heater hose pipe from the water pump to extract sync and to set up timing tool.
    • Change oil & filter. Top off all fluid levels. Check & adjust tire pressure. Visual inspection of hoses, belts, etc. Lube chassis.
    • CAMSHAFT SYNCHRONIZER – Remove & Replace – V6 – [Includes: Replace Camshaft Position Sensor.]
    • Hazardous waste disposal fee
     
    Art B. gave our service a 5 star review on 7/3/2024
  • 2007 Ford Pickup

    Ford Pickup
    Mileage
    185,506
    Service Date
    7/1/2024
    Services Performed
    • Check charging system for proper output to battery. Load test battery. Charging 14v, found battery failed load test- battery dead. Needs battery. Remove and replace battery
     
    Mike T. gave our service a 5 star review on 7/2/2024
  • 2010 Ford Mustang

    Ford Mustang
    Mileage
    44,893
    Service Date
    6/4/2024
    Services Performed
    • Change oil and filter. Replace with synthetic oil. Lube chassis, top off all fluid levels, adjust tire pressure.
    • Hazardous Waste Disposal Fee
    • – Rear brakes 2mm – Front brakes 6mm – Front and rear tires 9/32
    • Install dealer pads.
    • Machine rear rotors on vehicle
     
    Chris B. gave our service a 5 star review on 6/4/2024
  • 2018 Ford Mustang

    Ford Mustang
    Mileage
    62,932
    Service Date
    5/28/2024
    Services Performed
    • Change oil & filter. Top off all fluid levels. Check & adjust tire pressure. Visual inspection of hoses, belts, etc. Lube chassis. – Air filter dirty – recommend wiper blades – recommend rotation Front tires 7/32 Rear tires 8/32 Front brakes approx 6mm remaining Rear brakes approx 7mm remaining
    • Hazardous Waste Disposal Fee
    • Rotate tires
    • Install air filter
    • Install wiper blades
     
    Vivian S. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/28/2024
  • 2013 Ford C-Max

    Ford C-Max
    Mileage
    162,827
    Service Date
    4/30/2024
    Services Performed
    • Engine Faults: P26CE-00
    • Engine Coolant Pump Overspeed/Air In System – Not Current DTC. OBDII Permanent Codes ($0A) P1299
    • Cylinder head overtemp protection active Found cooling system is full and heater working normally. Found leak from the passenger side heater hose to core coupler. No other leaks found. Fault codes indicate that engine did overheat and the water pump was overspeed due to cavitation or from pump failure. Customer called and questioned about adding coolant. Confirmed coolant has been added more than once then system was normal. Cavitation suspect for the water pump fault code as it is operating normally at this time. Advise to replace both heater core hoses due to common coupler failure as well as the thermostat due to overheating occurrences.
    • Also includes replace Heater core inlet hose assy
    • Hazardous waste disposal fee
    • THERMOSTAT HOUSING &/OR OUTLET – Remove & Replace
    • Headlight restoration
     
    Kevin S. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/30/2024
  • 2009 Ford Ranger

    Ford Ranger
    Mileage
    119,428
    Service Date
    4/11/2024
    Services Performed
    • Change oil and filter. Replace with synthetic oil. Lube chassis, top off all fluid levels, adjust tire pressure. – Front brakes 6mm – Front tires 13/32 – Rear tires 12/32 – Battery 6 years old, failed load test
    • Hazardous Waste Disposal Fee
    • Diagnose and replace the battery
     
    Don L. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/11/2024
  • 2008 Ford Edge

    Ford Edge
    Mileage
    180,230
    Service Date
    4/9/2024
    Services Performed
    • Change oil & filter. Top off all fluid levels. Check & adjust tire pressure. Visual inspection of hoses, belts, etc. Lube chassis. All tires at 10/32 Front brakes approx 9 mm remaining Rear brakes approx 6mm remaining Valve cover and front cover leaking recommend air filter
    • Hazardous Waste Disposal Fee
    • Replace air filter
     
    Jason S. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/9/2024
  • 2008 Ford Pickup

    Ford Pickup
    Mileage
    300,605
    Service Date
    4/5/2024
    Services Performed
    • Change oil & filter. Top off all fluid levels. Check & adjust tire pressure. Visual inspection of hoses, belts, etc. Lube chassis. – All tires at 6/32 mm – Front brakes approx 6mm – Rear brakes approx 5mm
    • Hazardous Waste Disposal Fee
    • Car wash tip
     
    Olga K. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/5/2024
  • 2004 Ford Pickup

    Ford Pickup
    Mileage
    170,630
    Service Date
    4/2/2024
    Services Performed
    • Replace driver door outside handle
    • Not available
    • Confirm that steering gear box is bad. Replace steering gear box
     
    John B. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/3/2024
  • 2018 Ford F-150

    Ford F-150
    Mileage
    82,791
    Service Date
    3/8/2024
    Services Performed
    • Engine Faults: P0300-00
    • Random Misfire Detected P0301-00
    • Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected P0316-00
    • Misfire Detected On Startup (First 1000 Revolutions) Freeze frame shows misfire occurred on hot engine at around 25mph under normal driving conditions, normal acceleration. Was not able to duplicate the misfire on road test, but can see high misfire counts stored in memory for cylinder #1. Inspect #1 coil, found no obvious issues. Load tested coil and checked for arcing with ground probe all over coil boot. No issues found and coil produces consistent 35kV output. Spark plug gap at .065", spec is .049"-.053", plugs are original. Would advise to replace the spark plugs at this time, swap coils 1-2 and see if misfires are still detected. Would normally replace the coil boots as well, but they are not currently readily available, would take several days to get all seven (cylinder #3 uses a wire and a different coil due to DI pump clearance).
    • SPARK PLUGS – Remove & Replace – 5.0L Eng
     
    This vehicle's owner gave our service a 5 star review on 3/11/2024