Is Your Ford Fusion or Escape Always Limping Home?

July 19, 2017

Sudden loss of power.  An inability to accelerate past 20mph.  Unanticipated stalling.  Activation of the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) or Wrench Light.  These are just some of the problems that may repeatedly arise in 2009-2013 model year Ford Fusion or Ford Escape vehicles due to a persistent defect with the electronic throttle body.

 

Based on records and information submitted to the NHTSA, Ford is well aware of the problems with the electronic throttle body.  In fact, Ford has paid over 59,000 warranty claims for repairs related to this defect with the electronic throttle body.  And while Ford has issued a special warranty extension to cover replacements of the throttle body with an updated part, some consumers have reported that the problems persist.

 

If your ownership of a 2009-2013 Ford Fusion or Ford Escape has (or had) been plagued with repeated visits to the dealer to address these (or similar) issues, you may be entitled to a refund of the money you paid for the Edge.  Call us TOLL FREE (800-959-3579) for a free consultation with a top-rated consumer law attorney.

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