Well I'm just under the 100000 extended power train warranty at 99912 so I open a work order. Sounds like is coming from driver front wheel. What Owners Should Do Ford will notify owners, and dealers will apply sealer and replace the steering gear motor bolts as required. I am living with it but will complain again. There are several solenoids, each of which allows the car to move to shift into a certain gear. Need help with a P0767 code? They claim to never feel or replicate the issues. Then Hook your battery back up, get into your car turn the key to the on position without starting the car.
Car is in now 3 days and they are having to replace the wheels in the valve assembly. They have a maintenance interval that makes then money and they want to keep that money. This code does not necessarily mean the O2 sensor is bad. There will be no charge to owners for this service. Also included are four 2017 Ford Focus vehicles that had clutch replacements with potentially affected parts.
No soft roll into reverse just bang wham like your popping the clutch. Aamco stated that the solenoids needed to be replaced. Or, I would've been out the cost of a rental also. Sounds like a common problem and is in the service bullitins is that the ground wire attached to the battery cable end that goes to the body and then to the transmission case bolt has failed to provide a good ground and the acuators and servos and even the switches have'nt a good path to ground their is one but it's though other controllers and the power isn't strongly grounded. Won't be able to get to the dealer for a few days, and she needs to drive the car between then. If the vehicle is started and driven with an insufficient level of coolant within the engine cooling system, the engine cylinder head may overheat, crack and leak oil.
Had it in many times for issues with the transmission not shifting properly at high way speeds. Coolant bypass solenoid is a very common failure on this car. The recall repair did not correct the transmission problems. By themselves, each is a barely a blip on the radar. If you feel a much greater lag when you go from 2 to 3 compared to other shifts, this issue could come to you some day.
Has anyone had an experience with this solenoid swap other than the couple inactive posts i have seen elsewhere? All for the same problem. They kept re-programming because Ford had new fixes. It's a hardware issue and there are fixes. There has not been a solution to fix this problem nor any guarantee. The problem never went away for good, but the settlement helped me start ignoring it. The shift solenoid is the portion of the transmission which actually moves the transmission from gear to gear.
If you feel the harshness, in traffic or maybe going uphill, start complaining to the dealer. I have a 08 Fusion in the shop now. The main issue with this type of problem is that if it is not corrected as soon as possible, you could end up needing expensive transmission repairs later on. They changed the valve body on my car at 2500km that's right 2500km 3 weeks old. The clutch may fracture, resulting in damage to the transmission assembly and possibly a transmission fluid leak. What causes the P0767 code? Mar 08, 2017 Sounds like you need to cover basics first.
Differential replaced, but problem returned within a day of picking up the car. Something has to be done to fix the problem that affects many owners with this 6 speed automatic transmission. Tech notes When the a transmission solenoid is stuck on, in most cases the problem is not the electrical part of the solenoid; the problem is foreign material obstructing the mechanical function of the solenoid or the flow of the fluid through the transmission valve body. I have driven a few 2016 fusions and had no issues with it at all. I'm afraid to drive the car to any remote or even semi-remote location because I fear that this behavior may be indicative of an impending total failure and I don't want to get myself stranded.
I had a 2010 Fusion before this that did something similar. Took it in and they said that the gears were stripped and replacing the parts was going tho be about the same cost just with a warranty of 1 year instead of 3. I had it tested and I got a code for a shift solenoid stuck open. Also, one of the tires was leaking air, there was an issue with the traction and brakes. . No idea why Ford cheap'd out on the dipstick here.