Do not take it to Phil Long Ford of Chapel Hills! Have not had good experiences with them. I would recommend Elite diesel.
Jhes150, Nothing special you need to do, I have never needed to plug either of my trucks in here although it does get pretty cold at times. A good set of tires helps a lot in the winter, as Colorado Springs apparently has no money to plow roads.
for sure he did some work on my 96 12 valve before i got smart and bought my powerstroke and i had one shop tell me that the transfer pump went out when it was the injection pump. he does alot of the trucks here in town my 99 would go to him if i wasnt moving and had the money to do anything to it right now
Patterson has done work on my truck as well. Jarred seems to be both knowledgable and fair. Elite is in Pueblo, and there is a shop north of Denver that many up there use (can't remember the name). Tom S could tell you, or you can go to Coloradopowerstrokeclub.com for other options. I normally plug my truck in once the temp starts dropping below freezing because it starts quicker and warms up inside the cab faster, but many others do not. Good luck.
Looking over the different regions, it looks like the big sky state may have been left out. Hell, we're in the rocky mountains, at least the best third of the state is. So, is the right forum for us Montana boys?
I'm looking for a shop anyone can recommend in Boise.
I've got a 99 F250 7.3L, the Service Engine Shoot light flipped on but the truck is running fine with no noticeable changes. I took it to O'Reilly but they couldn't pull the code and a shop in Hailey couldn't either. They're saying it's a...
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