Grand Prairie Shop Day

Discussion in 'Arnold' started by dieseltrooper, Jun 4, 2014.

  1. dieseltrooper

    dieseltrooper Light Load Member

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    Time for PM. Since it's due, I wrote up all the ongoing issues to make the most of the downtime.
    I was offeref a new Prostar,but they are just too small for wife & I.
    The good news is that th tech came out to talk write-ups and had me pull it in 40min after I turned in the insp form despite the service writers est of 1500 to go in.

    Here's the grocery list I gave them on top of the B Pm:
    Water in fuel
    A/C does not blow cold while parked
    Left door has a big gap at the upper front area. It has always been this way and I had used weatherstripping to minimize the wind noise.
    Trailer ABS warning when brake applied.

    I'll update after the shop gets done.
     
  2. dieseltrooper

    dieseltrooper Light Load Member

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    Today was the best shop experience I've had here. 10hrs start to finish. The only gripe not fixed was the door issue which is actually the cab body and we have several Petes with the same prob. This shop visit also included 8 new drive tires. I'm ready for Talladega...
    Good job Carlo and GP shop!
     
  3. dieseltrooper

    dieseltrooper Light Load Member

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    Ok,update 2wks out:This morning the water in fuel sensor triggered again. The fuel water separator has fuel halfway up the glass again and the filter itself has black contaminatoon, again.
    When Carlo charged the A/C, he also turned off the heat valve. I'm sure he didn't know I travel out west and over the rockies, but no defog.
    I was so impressed with the quick turnaround, I never worried that an exp tech like Carlo would have failed the "If you don't have time to do it right the first time, when will you have time to do it over?" test...
    I'll get this fixed on the road.
     
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