This recall also lays blame on a small transmission component, this time a roll pin that attaches the parking pawl this holds the transmission in Park and the transmission case. The grating noise is less frequent and can happen anytime. Ford has hung me out to dry. Ive had the vehicle 3 months and its been in the shop 8 times. As a result, the vehicle may unexpectedly downshift to first gear, which may impact the drivers ability to control the truck. More distubing is the hard shifting between 1st and 2nd gears that is also sporadic.
The third recall announced this week includes roughly 4,200 2019 Mustang, Lincoln Nautilus and Lincoln Navigator vehicles which have instrument panel cluster assemblies that may become blank upon vehicle start-up. It lasts for a second or so and sounds and feels like you ran over a cattle guard. During this time as well. I dont expect a new truck, I just want my truck fixed so I can trust it. If it wasn't, dealers will secure the clip and adjust the shifter cable.
Remedying the issue is pretty straightforward. Also, the truck will sometimes drop its idle to 100 while stopped and almost die. Upon pressing the gas to pull out of my subdivision the vehicle remains stationary and acts as if it isn't in gear. Fixing the issue is as simple as checking to see if the clip was installed correctly. According to the recall notice, 1.
In an attempt to drive the vehicle, the four wheel drive failed to engage. It lasts for a second or so and sounds and feels like you ran over a cattle guard. Ford needs to step up and replace the transmission. The problem I am encountering is when the truck is first started, cold, and running for less than 5 minutes. This includes shifting the vehicle to park when turning off the car -- the shifter might be in P, but the transmission could still permit movement, which is obviously a safety hazard.
I cant sell it because id have to take a loss on it. Also, the truck will sometimes drop its idle to 100 while stopped and almost die. The roll pin might be missing, which with repeated use might cause the vehicle to lose Park entirely. Ive had the vehicle 3 months and its been in the shop 8 times. Ford has hung me out to dry.
Recall the second: Transmission roll pins That wasn't Ford's only recall announcement today. I test the operation every couple of weeks now to make sure it is working just in case I need it. Also the air conditioning makes a loud groaning type while when you first turn it on. The issue stems from a single cable clip. I cant sell it because id have to take a loss on it. There is one other similar complaint in the data base.
Ive called customer assitance and they just say go to the dealer. My wife and I cannot afford this kind of financial hit. Hi - I'm new to this forum and am hoping to get some advice. The was announced by Ford Motor Company on February 13, due to transmission problems that may result in an intermittent loss from the speed sensor. Ford is aware of a single accident and injury related to this problem.
Basically, after you are at a stop or complete a turn, the truck will make this grinding sound as you accelerate. The current mileage was 55,661 and failure mileage was 55,650. Ford is warning customers that in this event, the vehicle could spontaneously downshift to first gear, significantly lowering the speed of the vehicle and increase the risk of a crash. I dont beleive this considering theres many others on here with the same problems. You have to turn the truck off and back on to make it stop.