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Mustang of the month / Re: June Photo contest
« Last post by Cédric on Yesterday at 02:36:42 PM »
Belle voiture et aussi très belle photos !

Cédric
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Your Mustangs / Re: Mustang Mach one 1970
« Last post by Cédric on Yesterday at 02:33:58 PM »
Hello

Very nice car !

Mine is a 1967 fastback A code, but I like the 1969-70 line also

Cédric
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Mustang Discussions / Re: Tell me what to expect out of my car, please.
« Last post by Cédric on Yesterday at 02:00:14 PM »
 At list +/- 300 hp I would say, but depend what kind of pistons and cam you used....

Enjoy

Cédric
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I suspect the dealer damaged the transmission in the 16 miles he had it...

It will probably be a long fight for you but stick with it and stand up for yourself - you deserve far better than you're getting.

Yup, there is def. a problem with the transmission that needs to be fixed! This is putting me through heck, but I am listing my experience to help other owners (please use a dashcam when you leave it with dealerships)!

Thanks for your support Topless_Horse! I am hoping for more Ford Assistance...
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When You use OBD2 diagnostics tool to read DTCs your vehicle.
If DTCs lack of definition or possible causes.
You can down this android app to your phone. It support over 190,000 DTCs.
I'm use it and it have more definition and possible cause for Ford and other vehicle.
This app helpful for you about fast repair car.

Name App: OBD2 Codes Fix Free
Author: OBD High Tech

>>>Click here to down it on Play Store<<< https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.oht.obd.codes.dtcs.fix.free.vehicle
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Update 3/20: Seems like more dealership run-around and denials etc...

Update 3/24: Another independent repair shop drives car 3/24 and mechanic said there def. is a problem with transmission. Believed to be bad syncros.

**My terrible experience is now on a lot of websites and forums. Please refer to my video appeal to Ford below for latest updates**
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbbwzeOZhNo
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I suspect the dealer damaged the transmission in the 16 miles he had it...

It will probably be a long fight for you but stick with it and stand up for yourself - you deserve far better than you're getting.

Yup, there is def. a problem with the transmission that needs to be fixed! This is putting me through heck, but I am listing my experience to help other owners (please use a dashcam when you leave it with dealerships)!
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I suspect the dealer damaged the transmission in the 16 miles he had it.  He knows it and he's trying to cover it up.

But that is just my opinion.

It will probably be a long fight for you but stick with it and stand up for yourself - you deserve far better than you're getting.
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I would write Ford Corporate a letter (no anger, naughty words or sarcasm, just state the facts in a calm, rational manner).  Explain exactly what has happened so far (include all the good info in your first post with dates/mileage and costs).  Be sure you name the dealership that messed up your car and failed to provide you with the service you are entitled to with your car purchase.

State that you are very disappointed in the quality of your Ford product and with the after-sale support and ask for a new vehicle to replace your obviously defective one.

You can get the mailing address info here:  http://owner.ford.com/contact-us.html

Personally I would also be looking at the lemon laws in your state to determine what they are, how to qualify under them and what the process is for filing a claim.  Understanding your rights under the law is always a good thing and it may be useful during your negotiations to get your car repaired/replaced.  You should easily be able to find them with an internet search for "lemon law [name of your state]"


Thanks for information. Do plan to!

I requested transmission fluid be changed to check for metal deposits etc, but could not get authorization/approval. Anyone know why?
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