|05-14-2013 05:16 PM|
I recommend editing your post to remove your private information from appearing publicly. I'll reach out to you via private message with your case information.
|05-11-2013 12:02 PM|
I first experienced slipping around 3,546 miles when shifting from 1st to 2nd, especially in high-torque situations like going up a hill from a dead-stop. The dealer looked for leaks, checked pressures, drove the car, and "found nothing". This seemed to level off and I have been dealing with it.
The car has to be driven for a while before the slipping occurs. I recently drove the car about 650 miles in one day, with only food and gas stops. Once I reached my location and drove in the city, stopping at stop-signs and accelerating, it was slipping excessively. I was at that location for 3-days and it slipped throughout after running about 10-miles. Once I returned (another 650 miles), the car sat in the garage for 3-days without use. I drove about 10 miles on the 4th day and for miles 1-9 it was perfect. About 10-miles, it started slipping again when I accelerated. It's mainly from 1st to 2nd. The slipping after 10 miles was not as bad as the reaction after driving 650 miles in one day.
The car is going to the dealer on Monday for a Sync update, since it doesn't upgrade from my flash drives. I plan on driving it for a while so the service writer can take a drive with me and see what it is doing.
Here is an update on this post. The dealer performed the tests on the transmission and it failed so they are ordering a new clutch for it. I guess there is a backlog on getting these clutch's.
on the Sync issue the dealer could not update my system and they had to order a control module.
|04-30-2013 07:45 PM|
I did a first time aggressive launch today when I pulled out in front of oncoming traffic, enough to squeal the tires. The transmission did not grind and I had it in D mode as it cycled through the gears at high RPM.
To me at least in my case, there seems to be a correlation between high RPMs and limited slippage, maybe the clutch is engaging faster and not dragging it's feet thinking of what gear to be in?
|04-30-2013 06:59 PM|
|04-30-2013 06:15 PM|
|04-30-2013 04:55 PM|
|dyn085||The TSB that addressed the roll-back uses the brakes to hold the car in place, not the clutches.|
|04-30-2013 04:48 PM|
|gostinger||I am going to chime in on this one only because I believe that the DCT software prior to the latest TSB is better than what DCT owners have now. I think the clutches are engaging while stopped and preparing to move which is causing premature wear and heat. This maybe causing the seals to fail and fluid to leak and the overheated clutches aren't behaving well. The best way to put it is like riding the clutch in a manual. I am not a tech but I recall the roll back we were experiencing prior to this latest TSB was because the clutches were fully released and engaged properly when forward motion was summoned by the accelerator. Again just my 2 cents worth on my experience with my ex-2012 DCT(was like a bad marriage and we got a divorce).|
|04-30-2013 04:22 PM|
|dyn085||Moved to MK3 TSB, Recall & Problems Archive. Also subscribed to see if this helps us net any solutions in the future. My car has random fluctuation of about 250 rpm on steady-state (cruise control, flat surface) driving for what appears to be no reason whatsoever.|
|04-30-2013 02:46 PM|
|04-30-2013 01:29 PM|
What would be nice is a user set of timing offsets to adjust things. I have to believe Ford engineering has such tools and it may well be they know what the problem is and have decided to do nothing to fix it.
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