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09/02/2015
By: Kathy C.
Jeff's Automotive Supply
Great business. Very knowledgeable. They can always help you trouble shoot or send you to someone else who can. This would be my first stop before the chain stores. Easy parking and quick service and very friendly.
01/08/2013
By: cavin5555
Valley Ford Lincoln
I took my vehicle in to get some suspension work done. Everything was fine when we took the vehicle in. But when we got in it to drive it away there was an entirely new problem with the car. We couldn't even drive it down the street without it jerking violently. We took it back it to Valley Ford and apparently another problem had "come up"... Unrelated to the suspention work they did and they soaked us for another $500. They even charged us twice for just diagnosing both "problems" It all seemed pretty shady. Even the suspension work we had done. It really doesnt look like they replaced anything that they charged us for.
01/04/2013
By: dantheman
Valley Ford Lincoln
WORST SERVICE DEALERSHIP I HAVE EVER ENCOUNTERED.In my opinion Valley Fords service department is the worst. I had a rear wheel bearing seal repaired with them, and between the multiple leaks I had to take it back for, it only lasted about three months, they replaced it again and again it leaked and had to go back, It failed eight months later, for the third time and I decieded to take it to a different dealership for repairs, and they told me the bearing was visably bad and that is why the seal continued to leak. If you want your repairs done correctly do yourself a favor and find another dealership to go to. Valley Ford is not only unqualified to make the repairs, they won't help you when their work fails, The third redo on the wheel bearing seal cost me another $569.00 and when I called Valley to get some assistance I was turned down flat.
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