Question about Ford Mustang
Bite the bullet and spend the big bucks at the dealer. it is the only way to get it fixed and i do not care for dealers, but in this case they've got you by the short ones. you will spend more time, money and aggrevation trying to fix it yourself or by having an independant do it.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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