Just hit 86k the other night. Still no issues, knock on wood I guess. I actually have a lot of faith in the car, but it's still a little unnerving those first few months with a used car, while you wait to figure out if you ended up with a problem child. lol
no, 2012, when i joined... bought the car when i was home for the holidays since it was a good deal... was parked in the garage for 9 months till i got home in august 13... since i have a second car to drive in the crappy snow, salt, and ice i just decided to keep it parked for now and let someone plow into my 17 year old taurus instead...
Got my focus back in October '11. Now have 14.4k miles on it. Transmission is a nightmare and things are slowly falling apart. Also, the rattles are slightly disconcerting. Questioning if I want to buy another Ford in a few months.
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.
So today when I went to check my oil and other fluids I noticed something bizarre. Down behind the air box there was a plastic tube connected to a vacuum line type hose that was just sitting around out of place. After looking around I found a hole on top of the DCT where the tube would appear to...