March 25, 2009 at 4:58 pm #11912
Sounds pricey, but I have a feeling I may be wrong and I’ll give you a chance to show it! How about a couple of samples? What would you show for:
Rear brakes on a 1/2 ton pickup with a sticking caliper
Transmission service – your pick – impress us!
Tuneup Ford F150 5.4l coil on plug needing plugs and boots and ??
I’m not picking on ya, I just feel like you may be on to something and if so, here’s you a good place to show off. Impress me and I’ll be first in line.
And sorry to hear about the problems. I hope everything comes out good for all!March 25, 2009 at 9:09 pm #11913
Job Code: brk32 Job Description : LR or RR caliper with E brake
Remove all wheels and inspect brake linings (2/32 minimum). Visually inspect for leaks,cracks,or other damage to brake components. Remove_____rear wheel and remove brake hose from caliper. Remove emergency brake cable mounting bracket and cable assembly from caliper. Remove caliper mounting bolts and remove caliper assembly.Install brake pads into new caliper and replace clips and shims as needed, Clean all mounting bolts, caliper mounting surfaces, and contact areas. Lube slides and contact surfaces as required. Install caliper onto mounting bracket. Install hose with new sealing washers.Reinstall emergency brake cable and mounting brackets. Bleed air from caliper and system as needed. Reinstall wheel and torque all lug nuts to proper torque. Test drive for proper vehicle operation.
LF____RF____LR____RR____ 2/32 minimum thickness
PARTS: caliper,pads,sealing washers,hose,clips,mounting bolts, slides, brake fluid.
Job Code: 5.4plgs Job Description: Replace plugs,coils 5.4 Ford
**** NOTE***- The deJsign of this engine causes spark plugs to seize into the head or pull all of the threads out of the cylinder head.
There is no way to know the extent of any problems until attempt is made to remove plugs- Repair may entail removing cylinder head at an ADDITIONAL CHARGE ******
Remove obstructions on top of engine to gain access to the fuel injection rail assembly. Remove entire fuel rail assembly with the injectors. Disconnect and remove each individual coil from the intake manifold. Add penetrating oil into each spark plug port and let soak in. Moving plug back and forth an 1/8th turn at a time attempt to remove spark plug. If all plugs came out ok clean out spark plug port and install new update spark plugs. Replace all spark plug boots on the individual coils (replace coil if any damage is found)Reinstall coils onto each spark plug and secure to intake manifold. Replace upper and lower fuel injector seals as needed. Reinstall injectors and fuel rail assembly into engine and test for leaks. Run engine and test for any misfires. Reinstall all previously removed obstructions from engine and test drive for proper vehicle operation.
PARTS: spark plugs- coils- plug boots-injector o rings- helicoils-retainers.
This should give you the amount of detail I put into each canned job and I am writing between 350-400 jobs which amounts to only $0.25 per canned job that I research and write.March 27, 2009 at 3:47 pm #11917
I like it! Put me on the sold list. What kind of searching will be required to sort through 350 jobs? A clickable index would be nice.March 31, 2009 at 5:33 pm #11925
How would you like to trade one for an Excel spreadsheet set up to enter all of your shops stat, and will instantly analyze those stats and give you some management specifics and percentages. But in addition to that it will also graph those stats over time? I was working on it, and currently is set up for up to three techs.April 1, 2009 at 2:50 am #11932
when you have the disc ready let me know.
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