Originally Posted by Bames_Jond
A clunky suspension isn't life or death, but it's still a numbers game. Admitting there's a problem with their vehicles - whether a widespread issue exists or not - could be very costly for Ford.
Are we forgetting there is a TSB people?
Someone prove me wrong, but I've yet to see anyone post that the noise returned after TSB 12-6-17
was performed. I keep seeing this TSB 11-11-2 quoted, but it seems that they were just replacing the parts with more bad parts back then. Why issue a second TSB that calls for the same repair if Ford Engineering hasn't found a bad run of components.
I hope I'm right anyway...