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Recently had my car serviced. No major problems anywhere. The brake pads are showing a bit of wear but not critical. My escape which is basically a tribute, and vice versa is performing quite smooth. The oil filter was replaced with a mazda tribute filter. So it appears the tribby and escape both have the same filters. :) The package carton of filter was branded as a ' Mazda' component. :shades:

After each service i allways take it for a test drive. There is no need because the escape/ tribby is still basically new. Basically it is just an excuse to go for a drive. Anyway women have their ' secret womens business'. Us blokes must not be excluded and are entitled to our mens club activities. :)
 

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After each service i allways take it for a test drive. There is no need because the escape/ tribby is still basically new. Basically it is just an excuse to go for a drive. Anyway women have their ' secret womens business'. Us blokes must not be excluded and are entitled to our mens club activities. :)
I don't see a problem with that!!! :shades:
 

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where do u get it services stone dealer or a seperate workshop?
thinking of takeing mine to holden as they are who i got it from
i have always done the work on my other cars but this is my first one that has warrenty and what not that i want to keep
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Hello escapedtroy. I used to have it serviced at my local ford dealer of ' Maughan Thiem'. Have been disgruntled with their after sales service. So now i have it serviced at a separate work shop.
 
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