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Hello everyone,

I pleased to inform you that I have negotiated competitive rates for SToc and RSoc members for all types of work undertaken on your Ford car.

Kirkcaldy Auto Services are Fife's only dedicated independant Ford Specialists.

- Servicing
- Brakes
- Diagnostic Code Reading
- Key Programming
- Radio Keycodes
- Injector Pump Programming
- Tyres
- Timing Belts
- Clutches

Work on all Fords undertaken -

Focus,Fiesta,Ka,C-Max,Ranger,Transit,Fusion,Mondeo,Kuga,Connect,Galaxy,S-Max,Escort.

- Over 32 years' experience in Ford Vehicles.
- Technicians fully trained by Ford.
- ATA registered at Master level.
- Main Dealer service and workmanship at a fraction of the cost.
- Only original parts used therefore maintaining the vehicle warranty.
- Block exemption regulations now state that motorists no longer have to use franchise dealers for servicing to protect their
vehicle warranty,providing they use a garage that fits original equipment quality parts and adhere to the vehicle service
schedule.

Kirkcaldy Auto Services - Opening hours : Mon-Fri 8.30am - 5pm,Sat 8.00am - 12 noon.

2-24 Mill Street,Kirkcaldy - Their premises are right next to Raith Rovers FC stadium so quite easy to find.

Tel: 01592 644662

They will accept all major credit/debit cards.

I know these guys personally and the owner of the business has his own Focus RS500 so realises us ST owners are fussy types


Anything I can help with feel free to drop me a PM

Cheers

Jimmy
 

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The two mechanics that work there wouldnt happen to be called kevin woulds they?

I served my time with mr whyte.

They are the best two ford mechanics in the area.

Ford Kdy send motors there that they cant fix...


Highly recommended folks.
 

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QUOTE(goonturbo @ 8 Jan 2010, 10:19 PM) The two mechanics that work there wouldnt happen to be called kevin woulds they?

I served my time with mr whyte.

They are the best two ford mechanics in the area.

Ford Kdy send motors there that they cant fix...


Highly recommended folks.

Yes that's them mate


I was in seeing them today Mr Whyte was absolutely freezing


And the other Kev is rsbad on here is going to come along to the Rolling Road Day
 

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It was rather billy today right enough.


I havent seen them for a while but call them on occasion for some advice.
 

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QUOTE(cward79 @ 13 Jan 2010, 09:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Thanks again Jimmy for all your help
. RS clutch going in on Monday
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Hey, yours is only going in on Monday because i so graciously agreed to change my date
Mine is now going in tomorrow (Thurs)
Dropped my car off at his house tonight and got a shot of an old Focus diesel to get to work tomorrow
 

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Had my downpipe done today by Kevin, very impressed with the workshop and his knowledge. Off and on in about an hour with customers getting in the way


Top work fella and see you at the rolling road day.
 

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RS Clutch fitted by Kev & Kev at Kirkcaldy Auto Services as well. Sorted a couple of other minor things as well with no extra charge and gave me a loan of a car for a couple of days to get to my work. Top guys and £400 to supply and fit an RS clutch is definitely more than reasonable.

Highly recommended.

Chris, mine was the guinea pig so yours should be easy now
 

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QUOTE(xrt @ 15 Jan 2010, 07:20 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>RS Clutch fitted by Kev & Kev at Kirkcaldy Auto Services as well. Sorted a couple of other minor things as well with no extra charge and gave me a loan of a car for a couple of days to get to my work. Top guys and £400 to supply and fit an RS clutch is definitely more than reasonable.

Highly recommended.

Chris, mine was the guinea pig so yours should be easy now


Hope so mate. Cheers for swapping days Colin
, much appreciated. Needed it done before my Paternity Leave finishes next week.

What do you think about the new clutch?
 

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QUOTE(cward79 @ 15 Jan 2010, 08:44 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hope so mate. Cheers for swapping days Colin
, much appreciated. Needed it done before my Paternity Leave finishes next week.

What do you think about the new clutch?

clutch needed? you putting a new slave cylinder in it? a would while the box is out.
 

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QUOTE(cward79 @ 15 Jan 2010, 08:44 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hope so mate. Cheers for swapping days Colin
, much appreciated. Needed it done before my Paternity Leave finishes next week.

What do you think about the new clutch?

No probs m8. Worked out better anyway cause i got it done sooner


Clutch feels good, but totally different to standard one. It bites REALLY low down and is a lot stiffer. Nearly stalled it the first time i pulled away and is gonna take a bit of getting used to


Asbost - mine had only done 12500 miles and Kev didn't think it needed one so just left as is.
 

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My partner took the car up today to get a 3yr service. I was working so now i owe her big time. They done a great job and a great price as well. Thanks lads.
 

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I got my Eibachs fitted on Friday and a minor service done. Superb service and a good laugh while I hovered about and annoyed the 2 Kevins. I even got a decent cup of coffee!


Honestly, cant recommend these guys highly enough.
 

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Gave these guys a call. Hopefully they can tell my why my brakes are squeaking and the VERY annoying rattle from inside the car. If this keeps up i'll end up pulling out all my hair.
 

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Can these guys supply and fit Full RS clutch, flywheel and slave cylinder along with a quaiffe diff or do they only supply standard parts?

Anyone else local to Edinburgh that anyone can recommend
 
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