Vehicle was using Cruise Control. The Vehicle Had An Automatic Transmission. No problems at all in the first two. Hmmm perhaps just reprogram it. Tracy answered 4 years ago Pump indeed.
I am wondering since the Ford dealership came back with a better offer before the adjuster got there what did they really need to do the transmission? I do fine on the freeway. Vehicle was using Cruise Control. But was fine for a day or 2 after. I Got The Truck January 06, 2006 From The Dealership. I love my car and am very saddened by this! Only vehicles Ford used synthetic were a few oddball Vans. The car won't go into second sometimes and also slips out of second a lot. It was installed in a shop with Mercron V transmission fluid.
Car Sometimes Will Not Move When Put In Gear Or Has A Hesitation Then Clanks In. It also is very intermittent but, if it is going to happen, it will be following a full stop. Complaint Number: 10306214 Incident Date: November 13, 2009 Date Added to File: February 5, 2010 Description of the Complaint: My car started jerking when I put in reverse and drive. Now that I haven't got a warranty on it something inside transmission breaks and now I have to have new one. The Service Manager Had The Same Vehicle With The Same Problems. Then it jerks and im running normal again. I called the service manager back to ask him to save all the parts that i wanted to be able to verify that the transmission was taken out if the car and a new one would be put in.
In 2005 my store was located 250 miles from the Dearborn plant where the Engineers would drive the test vehicles 500 miles a day, I have spectacular pictures on many Mustangs in different colors parked in front of my store. I can not afford to take it into a auto shop just to check the tranny oil once a month. My buddy rebuilt a tranny and used synthetic even though I warned him not too since the manual was very strongly recommending to not do it. Systems I was having were the car would spin in drive and and wouldn't go anywhere. While Drive I Hear A Rattling Noise Underneath The Gear Shift.
Vehicle was using Cruise Control. Gear shift jerked when shifting in to reverse to back up. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. I've done 8 of them on a variety of vehicles, they really arent that hard. How did Ford miss this? Were the radiator cooler and lines ever flushed out on those installations? Vehicle was using Cruise Control. Its mostly when im driving through the streets and stop and go at lights.
The Dealership Was Informed And Determined The Was Vehicle Was Operating Normally. Replacing those parts as needed keeps your Mustang in top shape, so rely on durable components from your local AutoZone today. I'm 50 years old with a V6. Anyway, I don't know about the fricton stuff. My fault, I bought a Ford. Last Month My Daughter Was Driving My Truck And The Rear Wheels Locked Up On The Same Truck, Almost Causing Her To Go Over A Bridge, The Rail Stopped Her.
Now Ford says book should read 60K miles to change. One time it quit pulling while moving down roadway-but caught back before stopped. No more warranty after 36,000. I was also thinking about a cooler. I really hope I do not have to pay out of pocket for this. If Accelerator Is Pressed Quickly Enough, The Engine Does Not Stop; However, It May Exhibit The Stall A Second Time.
Dealer indicates that no information is recorded on computer indicating reason for failure. Even if interim repairs were performed under safety recall 14V-802, owners must bring their vehicles in for the final remedy. The piston is mounted in the aluminum case and the steel shaft wears the aluminum down over time and it eventually fails, destroying the clutches and band, etc. Went to the local Ford dealer where they changed a rear seal. At about 50,000 miles, the trans began to clunk hard into gear driving at slower speeds.
They cannot duplicate the failure. Hey thx a lot nyuk98gt. Recy Customer Relationship Center Ford Motor Company - Dominic R. My 2006 standard 6 cylinder Mustang started having transmission problems around 70K. Each incident nearly resulting in accidents. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332.