jeepinocala said:cloud9 said:So would I. The hotline gets actual data from real cars and parts that actually failed. Online forums are rife with opinions, speculations and fabrications that muddy up the real data.SUFitness said:His reply was "I prefer listening to the Ford Technical Hotline than following an online forum"
I agree to disagree ;D My guy told me it's great when a customer let's them know of an issue theve herd of that way they could check the ford site to see if it has actually happened saving him alot of figuring. I know that forums have saved me alot of time with stupid issues but thay also cost me a crapload when they tell me of aftermarket parts ;D
I agree and disagree at the same time.. Yeah it's great to get feedback from these forums and know what's happening in the 'real world' - these forums save TONS of time in that way.
However.. online it's so easy to type away and mention how "I would've raised hell" or "You should just ask for a new car"... but really, my options are limited at this time.
I'm supposed to get the car back on Tuesday, if ANYTHING happens after that I'll be going for the lemon law. I just don't have the time to deal with this stuff. Until then my best move would be to be patient and grateful for what I do have I guess (although it's getting harder by the minute)