|Today 02:09 PM|
|fordblue||Well, I told yall this was going to happen.........But the good news is ford is issuing free bus passes.|
|Yesterday 03:58 PM|
|12-19-2013 10:08 PM|
Ford has refused on multiple occasions to replace the defective clutch that was installed in my car almost 30,000 miles ago. 14 months of bad vibrations.
The redesigned part may or may not fix my problem.
I'll never know, because Ford's warranty is worthless and they refuse to repair my car. (I'd say that they are refusing to repair it a second time... but that would imply that it was actually repaired the first time they changed the clutch, and it wasn't. In fact, it's worse than it was before they worked on it.)
|12-19-2013 08:10 PM|
Mine is do its 2nd clutch pack now at 30k Dealer told me its a new part # & totally redone...is this true?? I certainly hope so. Does anybody know for sure??
|12-19-2013 07:00 PM|
|12-19-2013 06:43 PM|
Have you been to the dealer for this concern? Let me know and I'll look into all available options.
|12-19-2013 06:42 PM|
|rsilvers||What about the two clutches got them to take the next step and replace the entire transmission?|
|12-19-2013 06:39 PM|
|parker246||I had a reprogramming, 2 clutches replaced and 2 weeks ago the entire transmission. I have not had any problems since. I am hoping this fixed it. It usually acts up before now.|
|12-19-2013 06:04 PM|
My original clutch was always a little... quirky? I had gotten several software updates but didn't notice the clutch chatter until maybe 15k-20k miles. I drove with it acting up until 62k miles.
Since I've had it replaced, it's been a dream. *knock on wood* But then again, I only have 8k miles on this clutch. Only time will tell...
|12-19-2013 05:49 PM|
Is there anyone who had a DCT problem, and took it to the dealer, and it was fixed for good?
I have to believe it is possible to fix it because I have a 2012 SE Sport and a 2013 Titanium and the 2013 has no problems at all with about 8000 miles.
The 2012 has over 20,000 miles and does act as if it has a defect. Since I have both cars and only one of them is bad, I think I can rule out myself as being overly sensitive.
I have a long history of manual transmissions and so don't expect it to drive like a torque-converter automatic, and I certainly don't left-foot brake.
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