Originally Posted by 2012TI
That is because there is not a problem that needs fixed. all the people having issues don’t know how to wait for the car to break in ( or break the car in the correct way) when the car was new they never took the car faster than 40 MPH, and they did not wind out the motor and shift the trans there self. The reason the car might be shaking is because of the way you people broke in the car and because of that it caused hot spots and glazing of the clutch disks. For the guy that traded in the Cobalt that was the best move you could have ever done. But if you like car and trucks with now class and loads of issues go get a GM. This new car ford made rocks just learn how to break the Trans in.
Ok then in your professional opinion at what mileage should we consider it broken in? Can you refer me to any Ford documentation that supports your break in policy or is this just a opinion?