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Old 11-15-2012, 08:09 AM   #144
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Originally Posted by Ysteven View Post
Thx Crystal, I definitely will try to get it fixed at FETTE ford in my town. Just little busy for now.
I have a question: is it possible that ford received bad batch of clutches? Cause it seems to me they changing, problem solved for a bit and then comes back???
My guess, maybe will all should wait till they run out of stock, after they will get new improved ones..??
Question to the forum; can faulty clutch damage the other internal parts of transmission? I am talking about the ones are on the other side(speed gears, fors, actuator, bearings etc)??
Hi Ysteven,

I can certainly understand busy schedules, especially now that we're entering the holiday season. Feel free to shoot me a PM when you're ready to take your vehicle in for service.

All Ford certified parts are manufactured under strict specifications and have been tested extensively both in laboratory and on-the-road environments. Additionally, Ford Motor Company will repair, replace, or adjust covered parts found to be defective in factory-supplied materials or workmanship as part of your new vehicle limited warranty.

Have a great day,
Crystal
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