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Re: Batttery charger?


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Posted by The tractor vet on December 22, 2012 at 07:15:02 from (75.24.4.81):

In Reply to: Batttery charger? posted by George Marsh on December 22, 2012 at 06:17:23:

It is like this IF a battery is bad then it is bad . It will either start the car - truck -tractor or it will not . ya don't FIX a battery. The baqttery in the wifes 03 Durango is the org. one and i know just as well as i am setting here at the magic box that it is going to DIE and it will do it one of these days when it is 20 below with wind blowing a 90 MPH . Then i will have to hook a chain to the Durango and drag it back far enough to open the hood. And go get a new battery and the replacement will not last near as long as the old one did. Now as far as TRUSTING a DEALERSHIP not in this life time anymore. The last time i took the Durango in for and alignment
they tried to tell me that the ft end needed all new ball joints tie rod ends , Ah i had JUST installed all of that the day before and THAT IS WHY IT WAS IN for and alignment The NEW service writer did not know me and thought that him and the idiot mechanic could pull one over on me. There was a small little shell we say coming unglued party with lots of motheren and arres chewing. And it almost caused the two to loose there jobs. This happened once before when the wife took it in with the OLD service manager that did not know me . I was a Chrysler Plymouth master tech and also a Chrysler Plymouth parts manager . These practices started a long time ago in dealerships and as long as they can get away with it and not get caught they keep on doing it .


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