My wife's 2014 MKZ had a broken clip on the driver's side mirror. At the time all electronics on the mirror worked fine. The mirror would just not stay clipped firmly in place. She took the vehicle to Spitzer Ford Hartville to have it repaired. Once the work was completed and she brought the car home she discovered that although the initial problem was fixed, the mirror now would not move correctly and that the motor was damaged. Upon taking the car back to Spitzer for the NEW repair when she picked the vehicle up she was told that she now needed to buy a new battery because they hade to jump the car twice during service. She declined the new battery only to find when she got in the car to drive home that the reason the car has issues starting for them was that her key fob's battery was low and needed replaced. This was displayed as a warning message on her dash board which apparently the "Certified Technicians" were unable to decipher. Upon returning home she then discovered that her trunk would now not function and took the car back to Spitzer. After making her wait more than 1 1/2 hours they informed her that she needed a new trunk module but since they could not determine whether jumping the car caused the issue or not they would sell it to her at cost. Upon researching the manual the 1st Troubleshooting method listed is to disconnect the battery and then reconnect to see if the problem corrects. Upon doing this the trunk deck lid operates just fine. So, for what should have been a simple repair this service department created several additional issues due to their blatant incompetence and wanted to charge us for their mistakes. We will not be returning to this dealership for any reason and definitely would advise anyone to especially stay away from the Service Department.