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The [Un]Official Where to Get Your Rover Fixed Thread

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I thought it would be helpful to start pulling everyone's favorite shops together in one thread and especially helpful for those traveling to have a list in case they are broken down in an unfamiliar place.

So, I will start with my two local independent rover places. Both are great and run by great people with good service and fair prices.

Frank Dalahan, 301 Macdade Blvd, Collingdale, PA 19023 (outside Philadelphia) 484-494-9133

Trevor Griffiths, 2477 Old Hershey Road, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 (outside Harrisburg) 717-367-0176

If you use this format, at the end of the thread I can pull them all together and put them in excel.
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I couldn't recommend them either. I have no basis whatsoever for recommending them.
Dallas, TX area?
There's a known shop somewhere around there - try the Google Custom Search box up top...
Today I made a mistake by saying “I can’t believe how reliable my defender has become. Then, 2 hours later, after normally exiting my Landy, I went to get back in and the driver door is stuck closed- hard.

The door key turns like normal. At the end of its range where you’d expect a satisfying “clink” it now goes “click”. When you pull the inside handle, it acts normally, except the fort doesn’t open. When you pull up on the door lock, it just kind of bushes up in am ambiguos way- like it always has. I checked, and the should belt is not stuck in the door gasp as it is sometimes- but rarely, wont to do.

Any advice on how to get my door unlocked? Thanks!!
Do you realize that you are posting this in a discussion thread re finding and/or recommending mechanics to work on our rigs? - you did the same thing further up the page except that one was for help finding a roof. ????
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