. Just wanted to update this post. Warning light came on and then I pulled to side of road. So what is the story about replacing the broken snap ring? You could do a couple of pan changes drop the pan, fill 5 qts, drive a little, drop the pan, fill 5 qts, drive a little, etc until you think enough of the fluid has been mixed. The failure was intermittent and the contact has not been in any crashes. Car is unsafe to drive and even though the problem is well known, ford company is taking no responsibility. Complaint Number: 10314475 Incident Date: February 22, 2010 Date Added to File: February 26, 2010 Description of the Complaint: Ford expedition 2005 transmission fail, suv has been driven in normal way, with good maintenance.
This is apparently a defective throttle control unit. How about I bring it to you to look at? Check also our 2005 Ford Expedition manual transmission catalog. The vehicle was towed to the dealer who diagnosed that the transmission was defective and needed to be replaced. The car was inspected, and was determined that they couldn't duplicate the incident. The owner has not called the manufacturer. To buy a particular transmision, place your order online or call our sales staff at 1-866-612-9788 with the stock number.
I am new to the forum and wanted to thank everyone for their exceptional knowledge and help. The owner heard a boom, and came outside and saw that the car hit a fan, and almost hit the barn. This description is all over the internet and is a known safety problem as people are reporting that it has happened to them on the freeway. The failure mileage was 16,000 and current mileage was 39,000. Apparently there is something faulty. My warranty expired and I know many owners have the same problem.
A week later the same thing happened again. My wife has very bad allergies when these smells are pulled into the vehicle she has trouble breathing. This problem may also have taken out my air conditioning. The trans stayed in, he dropped the pan and valve body? The car was inspected, and was determined that they couldn't duplicate the incident. Sent from my N9131 using Tapatalk. The owner put it back in park and shut vehicle off. Complaint Number: 10133885 Incident Date: August 6, 2005 Date Added to File: August 23, 2005 Description of the Complaint: Dt: the car was sitting and running for more than 10 minutes near a building.
No warning light and truck ran fine. In addition to the above the following new defects have been found. As far as the problem goes, the overdrive servo pistons has a small e clip the holds the servo together, this clip is known to break and fall down into the valvebody and jam the valve for 4th gear. It went out at the same time as the second failure, but dealer vista ford in oxnard is saying there is no relationship. Complaint Number: 10134450 Incident Date: August 27, 2005 Date Added to File: August 28, 2005 Description of the Complaint: The transmission would stall and not go forward in the drive gear. All of our engines and transmissions carry a 1-year warranty with optional extensions up to 2 additional years.
When you do this you run the risk of basically killing the trans because it starts to rely on the wear materials in the fluid to engage. While driving approximately 10 mph on normal road conditions, there was no response when the accelerator pedal was depressed. The shipping cost for both the original and the replacement auto part is a cost attributed to the shipper at hand. I turned off the engine and started again. Does anyone have any idea what the actual cause of this problem might be? Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
The vehicle has been diagnosed by the dealer several times, but the failure continues. In addition, the vehicle would not shift gears. It was a very scary experience I could have been in an accident. Roadside assistance was called to the scene and the vehicle was towed to an authorized dealer for inspection. Then later on, the check electronic throttle position. I told jesse that they had to be done by 5:00 pm. The owner was unloading the vehicle, and then walked back into the building.
Oil still looks and smells good so hopefully that shows that the previous owner did the routine maintenance and I'm just repeating something that was only done just 15k before. The owner was unloading the vehicle, and then walked back into the building. While doing that, Ford informed him, they had some 15 kits coming in, however they were all accounted for and the next set would be in another month. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled and restarted independently within minutes. Driver door does not latch unless it is shut hard. So the 75k was way off, by that time you should have already flushed it twice. Or, you could do the easy way out and take it to a shop where they have an exchange machine.