91,000. Slave cylinder went out at 80k miles so I had them replace the clutch/flywheel while they had the trans dropped. Figured it should be good to go for a while so I just ordered a fswerks stealth exhaust.
70k on my 12 when I sold it, I don't think it was ever right and shuddered on engagement. I bought it with 58k and it was that way the whole year I owned it. 35k on my 15 and it is smooth as butter, that's why if you buy a used car, avoid anything that has been nodded. My 12 had different wheels and tires, and had been in a fender bender that was very poorly repaired (still clean title, probably never reported to insurance).
Does everyone here agree that this transmission has a rather high engagement point? I've driven the ST and it grabs right off the floor.
I have around 86k on mine and I'm getting some slippage sometimes. I do live on a steep hill and so it takes a beating every day, but I'm just going to wait until it's noticeable all the time before replacing... That's a costly service!
So the 2015 model year, my build date late December 2014, has the 5yr 60K warranty on the clutch packs & seals?
I'm sure the info is out on the site somewhere but can only find ref's to a 14M01 'sticky' for clutch packs & seals.
I had a slightly damaged rear right door on my 2015 SE, and today installed a door assembly from a 2012. Everything was plug and play, but now even when the door is closed, the car thinks it's ajar. Anyone have an idea why?
Gave this topic a new title/thread so others might see it. I have a plain jane 2016 SE. The DTC transmission shifter only had PRNDL - with "L" being low. Using an OBDLink MX and FORSCAN (you can also use FOCCCUS), I added Sport mode (PRNDS).
Now my shifter only has the button to enable...
Does anyone know if it is possiable to take off the stock cloth headrest cover i have been looking online on how but i havent found anything. I have taken the headrest out of the seat but it seems as if it was slipped on then stitched shut.