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I don't see very many GT350s running around, and I wonder how many of the local Ford dealers have much experience with service.

Recommendations? Dis-recommendations? PM if you're not comfortable blasting someone in public.

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I don't see very many GT350s running around, and I wonder how many of the local Ford dealers have much experience with service.

Recommendations? Dis-recommendations? PM if you're not comfortable blasting someone in public.

Thanks!
Since your just looking at an Oil Change, I would recommend your selling dealer. 1. The have the most to gain by making you a service customer. 2. I would rely on them having the smarts not to mess with the car. 3. The oil change is a no-brainer. 4. You know they are using the correct oil and filter. I would stick with Fords latest 5w-50 (rec.). It is made by Mobil as is all “Factory” oils. Toyota is now using a 0w-16 (yes 16, why 15 wouldn’t work I don’t know).

Beyond that, no hints sorry. :confused:
 

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I always make them show me the replacement oil filter BEFORE they do anything.













the first time, they said they had the correct one, only to come back and say oops not right. Had told them it was not a standard filter.
 

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I am with JimT on this one. I use my local dealer, a different Ford, because the one I bought mine claims their appointments are a month out! But, my service records will be on file. It is bad enough I don't trust people messing with my car. At least they can be held accountable.
 
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