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[QUOTE=schitzangiggles] But since you are barely able to vote, are younger than some of my socks and as inteligent as the fecal droppings from a retarded Chimpanzee you go right ahead and keep on keepin on. [/QUOTE] - Posted in response to a moron wheeling illegally.
I would do all recalls.. The dealership wouldn't put it out there and fix however many for free if it weren't important.
And anything dealing with fuel and airbag safety I would want working properly. Your call though.
The dealership does not put anything "out there". Recalls are issued by the manufacturer, either voluntarily or at the direction of the NTSB. And possibly as the result of a legal finding.
That said, yes, it is a good thing to get these taken care of. They are at no charge, just make an appointment. If you are concerned about them "screwing" other things up make sure the delaership has a good service reputation. Talk to the service manager if you want, tell him your concernes that you do not have the finances to do anything but the recall.
'00 TJ With toys, lift and tires.
'10 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad 4x4. Daily driver and tow rig
'05 Dodge Neon. Wifes daily driver and gas sipper.
There is no Bandaid for Stupidity
Sorry if my support of legal wheeling offends you