Okay, so you had it diagnosed, that's the important part.
A couple thoughts to run by you before you cry "foul play". First it is possible. But the cause must be determined. There would be no motivation be any tech to want to tamper with it. Now I have seen Older vehicles that are weak in the frame and flex I have seen wiring problem happen, fuel and brake fluid lines leak just off the top of my head, that I would not have believed if I didn't witness it. So it may be a problem that is the fault of the aged car rather than the shop who did the LOF. IT is possible that the lift could have been set in a way that it could have made matters worse. Thus the logic for diagnosing.
So bottom line is you need a gauge.
Have you called the dealer? That would be the first one I would call. Probably obsolete being how old it is. Next I would check is E-bay or scrap yards in your area. What have you tried so far?
A big problem is that the age of the truck and the Obama car crushing era may have made these extinct.
Tuesday, November 9th, 2010 AT 7:13 PM