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Old 01-13-2005, 03:52   #1 (permalink)
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very poor factory workmanship

how is this poor work
dealer says this is just the way the factory dose it
the first three photos are the gear shift suround and with know effort i can put a key in to the gap
dealers responce thats how they do it in the factory

other two are the drivers side A pillar
you can quite easlyput a pen in that gap
and look at the bonnet

no happy at all

dealers says all the terris in there year have that a pillar problem not lining up

am i the only one on here with it

please go in look at your terri and post a reply

ford customer service suck "hey thats how it is in the factory" my bum
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Re: very poor factory workmanship

what photos?
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Old 01-13-2005, 06:11   #3 (permalink)
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please help
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email them to me via

judd at hostec .com.au and I'll upload them for you
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Don't feel lonely, there, "bfmp"....GM and Chrysler do the same kind of poop.
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Don't feel lonely, there, "bfmp"....GM and Chrysler do the same kind of poop.

well what i want to know what d i do now
pone puzzled terri owner
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This doesn't sound too good!!
I'm planning on trading my 2000 Outback for a Territory???
Are most people happy with their purchase?
Any tips / advice for someone about to buy?
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Re: very poor factory workmanship

On the verbal description it sounds bad, but nothing like mine, the finish is all fine and no gaps or problems. However the description is not very detailed and no pictures so I am not sure how to comment.

Every Territory I have seen or been in while buying mine has not had any of the briefly described problems.

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I hate to say that while those things aren't very appealing to you (or me), most people don't notice....all the car makers do that kind of stuff these days.....not much pride in what they make. It's become a normal thing and they have forced us to accept it as such.
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