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Car pulls, dealer says hole in the axle boot and its full of debris and the manual transmission is out. wants 3000 to fix.

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  • redbow12001 Jul 24, 2008

    I agree, pretty much told them what they could do with it.  Thats a little outrageous for CV joints.  Which I am pretty sure is the main problem.   Dont go to Grand Prairie Ford in Texas

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Stay away from that dealer!!!

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