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"Our objective is not to just wash our customers' vehicles in as little time as possible but to provide them with a process for the long term protection of their vehicle in a manner consistent with these specific principles:

the safest practices and procedures for washing those vehicles.

providing a high degree of consistent quality.

providing these services at a consistent and acceptable level  of speed.

doing so in a friendly and informative atmosphere.

management dedicated to the constant improvement  of these 4 principles.

That's far different than just washing your vehicle."

Respectfully,

The Staff and Management of
Car Care II

Car Wash may damage bug deflector; mirror upadate
The international Carwash Association (ICA) has received reports that Chrysler's 2003 Dodge Ram has an optional chrome or body-colored bug deflector that can be damaged in carwashes. The bug deflector is mounted on the leading edge of the hood.

DaimlerChrysler has been alerted to the problem and is working on a resolution. In the meantime, the ICA suggests taking special care when washing a Dodge Ram with this option.

Last year, General Motors introduced a new three-post design for its 2003 model year Grand-Am's outside rear view mirror. This design has caused incidents in some carwashes where the side wraps impact the mirror, causing damage to the stud or mount.

GM has implemented design changes for all 2004 models; invreasing the size and depth of the mounting boss and lengthening and attaching the screws. These design changes went into production in June 2003 for the 2004 model year Gramd Am.

 


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