The previous settelment was understood to cover internal engine problems.My concern is the engine stalling safty hazard that did not occure prior to the settelment. I feel that this a concern that Ford is aware of and do not seem to care about. This comes from talking with service representives Crown Motors Redding Ca.
The previous law suit concerning internal engine problems was settled 11/19/12. The first incident of engine shut down occured 06/07/12 Hwy 299E This problem was never brought into the suit. The engine shut down in a construction zone with five to ten second warning. The second incident was 08/10/12 Hwy 299E with NO warniing. Third incident was 11/02/12 Hwy 299E when a reduce engine speed warning came on a the truck went into what Corning Ford described as limp mode, vehical would not travel over 12 to 15 MPH. Next day I had it towed to Corning Ford. As of 11/10/12 the dealership has not been able th diagnose the problem
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