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truck work???

Where is a good reliable and well priced place to have a diesel worked on?
I live about 20 miles south of portland on I-5 and just want someone i can take my truck to and have some things done without getting ripped off!

Let me know thanks!
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Where is a good reliable and well priced place to have a diesel worked on?
I live about 20 miles south of portland on I-5 and just want someone i can take my truck to and have some things done without getting ripped off!

Let me know thanks!
If you have a 7.3, Silverton Road Automotive in Salem has a Diesel Tech who use to work for Ford and he knows his stuff. The number is 503-362-3737. I have my vehicles worked on there and they don't charge for diagnostics in most cases. They always charge for actual time and if they quote you 3 hrs labor and it takes 1.5, you get billed for only 1.5. If they quote 3 hrs and it takes 4 hrs, they charge you for the original 3. Always a pleasure. Check it out.
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If you have a 7.3, Silverton Road Automotive in Salem has a Diesel Tech who use to work for Ford and he knows his stuff. The number is 503-362-3737. I have my vehicles worked on there and they don't charge for diagnostics in most cases. They always charge for actual time and if they quote you 3 hrs labor and it takes 1.5, you get billed for only 1.5. If they quote 3 hrs and it takes 4 hrs, they charge you for the original 3. Always a pleasure. Check it out.
Okay thank you! I will give them a call!

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The other option is Rip in Portland....Source Automotive

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The other option is Rip in Portland....Source Automotive
I just need someone to tell me whether or not i need injectors... I wanna do custume tunes from TW but i dont know if i will get much out of it if my injectors are dirty or going bad

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