The bad news is that Jack Carrol's Lynnwood Dodge no longer exists under that name (due to the Dodge dealer shrinkage).Dick (autostaretx) has written about having had positive service experiences with Lynnwood Dodge, a dozen or so miles north of Seattle,
The bad news is that Jack Carrol's Lynnwood Dodge no longer exists under that name (due to the Dodge dealer shrinkage).
Service was delegated to Town and Country Chrysler/Jeep/(dodge) near 140th on Aurora in North Seattle.
I have not sought service since the Dodge meltdown, so i can't speak from personal experience
(well, i tried to buy some of the "power distribution block" fuses from T&C's parts department.. They had one of the 3 sizes i sought)
But... directly across the street from the old Lynnwood Dodge is this area's MB Sprinter Dealer!
Mercedes-Benz of Lynnwood
20515 Highway 99
Lynnwood, WA 98046
Up in Mt. Vernon is "Valley Freightliner" .. which used to be a Spinter dealer until mid-2005.
Their parts-running vans are Sprinters, and i've just never had a loose minute to drop in to find out where -they- get them serviced...
I don't know if Kollmar craft is cheap, is too far or if they're competent.Re: Lynnwood, Lynnwood, WA (Dealership)
I took the van in to have them look at my shuddering tranny, black death, and coolant leak at passenger rear of engine. They wanted $6,800 to do the job. Forget that! They seemed just as incompetent as all the other dealers I have dealt with.
I definitely remember that rig. I hope your experience with us was positive. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to help!I scheduled an appointment for next week. They are going to change the glow plugs and leaking injector. Two straight forward jobs with a lot of room for error, I'm hoping for the best.