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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may want to reference the Ford Australian Forum Boards.
There has been active discussion on owners being compensated
for particular model years due to a fault with the Shockwave paint.
On a separate note, the auto industry uses our technology for paint durability measurements (film thickness).
We have issued two press releases and have contacted Ford Senior Management on the impact of outsourcing paint applications process and quality control to the Paint Suppliers.
Press Release 1
New Books Reveal Vehicle Paint Quality Flaws Associated with Outsourcing
Press Release 2
Billions Discovered for Recovery by Automakers
We have released two books -
Basic Guide - For the Consumer
Technical Guide - For The Automaker and Auto Dealer
"MAKING IT RIGHT'
Why your Car Payments
are lasting longer than your
FACTORY PAINT JOB
We do have research data on various automakers vehicle models from the factory which shows they were released to the automaker, auto dealer and consumer below Ford's paint thickness specifications.
Low film thickness results in paint peeling, stone chipping and body rusting.
Paint applied too thick will crack.
We are advocating a "Truth in Finish Disclosure" to protect automakers, auto dealers and consumers.
You may want to advise your auto dealer on the book and do a search inside the book on either Amazon or our website for additional information.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2005 ford
First make shure your battery has a full charge then check all the starter wires and see that
they are tight also check the battery wires to enshure they have a propper connection.
It may be wise to see if the starter silinoid is working properley.After all this stuff is checked and
working and your starter in not working you may have to replace the starter.
Posted on Jun 25, 2011
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