I asked why his invoice stated after repairs to injectors 6 and 7,? It is my believe these should be taken off the market until they resolve the problem. Five days later the light is back on again and now it is also running rough, slow acceleration, stalling, slow response from a stop, etc. This truck is dangerous and should be recalled. Are we going to wait until there is a serious injury and then try to correct the problem? I is having performance problems, starting problems, and getting poor gas mileage. All rates and offers are dependent on bank approval, which varies based on applicant's credit as well as the vehicle. Basically injector 8 could have tested poor and they were not able to replace it. The vehicle now has 90,000 mile.
Back to the shop for the second time in less than a week from the date of purchase. My truck just shut off without warning and I had no power steering, power brakes, or any way of an easy stop. Bl the dealer determined the high pressure oil pump and injector failed. Also when pulling my camper there was 2 occasions where I had to put the truck in 4 wheel drive low to start the load up an exit ramp and then stop at the top to take it out of low range to gain speed thus hindering traffic!!! He also stated that the engine that is in my truck the 6. I had heard that the camshaft position sensor is notorious for going out at the worst possible moment and didn't believe it until I experienced it myself. Price listed is the cash price. One of the main problems is running rough, stalling, slow response from a stop, etc.
The truck took 5 days to repair due to a ruptured high pressure oil line inside the engine which was consequently shutting down all fuel pressure. It has been in the shop 4 times in which fuel injectors were replaced and reprogrammed. The problem is in starting out from a dead stop. It's comfortable, although the leather material seems a bit thi. Acceleration from stop vehicle billows white smoke and is sluggish.
To date, vehicle has been to Ford service six 6 times -- all related to the engine. This is a new engine that was just released this year. Since then, the truck's service engine soon light has come on and each time Ford service attributes the problem to different parts of the engine - go figure. The contact called the manufacturer and was informed to take the vehicle to a dealer for further inspection. We were told the pcm power control module - brains of the engine failed. No express or implied warranties or representations of any type concerning this vehicle, including the availability or condition of equipment is made. I am wondering why they are still selling these to the public and not informing them their could be a problem with them.
I have had this truck for 2 years it just seems to be a never ending issue. There are already many service bulletins listed on this particular truck from Ford. These occasions are totally unpredictable, and have almost caused me to be in a number of accidents. I have contacted Ford directly and they did respond, but the local service manager told them it was fixed and have heard no follow-up from Ford. While on vacation camping in florida the truck failed to start one morning. Neither the dealership nor the website owners are responsible for misprints on prices or equipment.
The truck is currently in the shop for almost stalling on my way to work last week. The listed details are to be used as an information listing of available equipment on this vehicle. Financing depends on the customer's credit does not include any applicable acquisition fees. Our truck is used on a ranch. I am very disappointed that Ford would mass produce a product that could possibly kill or injure someone in this manner. I'm going to call the cac again and the dealer. The contact is in the process of taking the vehicle to a dealer for further inspection.
Regardless of how bad it runs we can not let it sit in the shop- cattle will starve. This is a new engine just released this year. We are often hauling horse, pulling water tanks over a wide variety of terrain. The vehicle was taken to a dealer and inspected where it was determined that the failure occurred from the injector wire harness. Four years later the contact noticed a antifreeze smell in the vehicle. I have complained about this code popping up since 15,000 miles.
I am very lucky I survived this with no injuries of any kind. After finding similar complaints already listed I am wondering why they are still selling these to the public. This is the most noticable during the first start-up of the day, but does happen periodically throughout the day. In the mean time I have been trying to get back in touch with Ford regional rep, andre chidder not sure about the spelling no luck, Ford customer relations said they could not contact her again on my behalf because they have done that once and can;t reopen my case. The anti-lock brakes were inoperative as well. Those that have already purchased this vehicle need corrective repair action or reimbursement. They have refused to provide me with another comparable vehicle, or reimburse me for the loss of use of the vehicle.