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looking for a good shop

i just bought my first diesel and i am looking for a good shop. anyone know of any around wilmington? i am a few minutes north of the city. thanks

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There is a shop right next to Hooters on 13 that sells parts/works on trucks. They also sell M/C stuff there also. Ask for Will, he is the one that knows about diesels.

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ok sweet thanks, i'll check it out. do you know the name of the place?
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i believe its trucks unlimited but theres a place in old newcastle that is pretty good

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do you have a name for the place in new castle? thanks
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in old newcastle its called accurate automotive and diesel repair. not sure if you know the area there but its part of the old gambagorta dodge dealership but the buick part of it is still there. p.m. if you want there number

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I do not recommend the place in Old New Castle- Accurate.
They screwed me over with two trucks I took there. One was they installed a FASS pump that is soooo frekin loud you couldn't hear your thoughts. They admitted it was way too loud from day one, and must be the old version of the pump, they said they would replace it, then jerked me around for months saying they kept forgetting about me. This is after calling, calling, stopping by, etc. Now they say it's because the fuel lines are too small after they removed the pre-filter that came with the FASS. They also charged me over $500 on another truck to change rear brakes, after I supplied all the parts. Oh, that also took months...
They seem like nice guys but... I wanted to like them. They are near my house, I pass them all the time. I've got two other cars I was looking to take there to do stuff I didn't feel like doing... not now.
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in old newcastle its called accurate automotive and diesel repair. not sure if you know the area there but its part of the old gambagorta dodge dealership but the buick part of it is still there. p.m. if you want there number
I personally have not been to that shop. But if the owner is the one with the blue Dmax he is a good guy.

Helped me get air out my dads fuel system when it died on the side of the road. My dad has taken his truck their since and likes it.

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