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Re: Poor Dealer service

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Had warranty work done on my new (obviously) 79 Dodge, so it was sometime in 1979-1980. The small town dealer I bought it from also was the only Cadillac dealer in town and they had that attitude, so my cheap Dodge probably didn't mean much to them. When I picked it up after they were done with it there was cigarette ashes on the seat. The old mechanic smoked like a chimney and he thought my cheap old Dodge was an ash tray. He would have been fired if he left those ashes on the seat of the banker's Caddy.
Right about that time this Dodge started dying on the road. The engine would start but as soon as I released the key it died. Towed it to this same dealer and it performed fine for them so they told me they can't find the problem if it isn't acting up. I drove it home and it promptly died again, then it ran OK after a few tries. This young, no-nothing farmer here got out his meter and found the loose connection In the firewall in 15 minutes. I never went back there. Like I said, if it would have been the banker's Caddy they WOULD have found the problem. This was 33 years ago so we had shoddy dealers with an attitude back then too. Jim

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