The contact was unable to tell if the fuel tank straps were broken or determine the condition of them. The vehicle was not repaired nor was the manufacturer notified of the failure. If all things were equal, and the 5. The mechanic advised that one of the straps was rusted and fractured. When he inspected the vehicle, he saw that the front fuel tank strap was fractured and leaning on the ground.
The dealer has been very helpful, and was working to fix the problem so I have no complaint against the dealer. The contact stated that there was a leak from the fuel leak tank which caused corrosion of one of the fuel tank straps. Their are currently hundreds of complaints against this motor and no one has had any luck with it. The manufacturer was contacted and a claim was filed. Gas tank was loose but retained by remaining strap.
The contact stated that there was a leak from the fuel leak tank which caused corrosion of one of the fuel tank straps. The vehicle was taken to a local mechanic who advised that the leak was coming from the top of the fuel tank. Torture Test The torture tests used for the 2011 F150 with Ecoboost 4X4 engine included log pulling in Oregon, competing in the Baja 1000 off-road race, towing 11,000 pounds on a racetrack for 24 straight hours and dyno testing. The contact was driving 50 mph when he heard an abnormal dragging sound. I would like to know if their is anyone that could help me with this matter.
The failure was due too water seeping into the cylinders from a defective gasket. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the technicians informed the contact that the fuel tank strap needed to be replaced. The failure mileage was 260,000. Its just like driving Fords F150 3. I would trust the results Edmunds. The manufacturer said they would have to replace the engine head to fix the vehicle.
The contact was unable to tell if the fuel tank straps were broken or determine the condition of them. The consumer stated maybe it was a design defect because he heard the same problem from other people about the same vehicle. Fuel tank fell to ground and was dragged causing several holes in tank and fuel spill. The origin of the fire was unknown. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure.
The failure mileage was unknown. The result of the problem has cost me over 3,000 dollars for an engine replacement. The fire department was called to extinguish the fire and the vehicle has not been diagnosed by the dealership or the insurance company. It also continued after I came to a stop and put my truck in park. Among Competitors Among competitors, the new Ecoboost puts out a whopping 365 horse power and 420 foot pounds of torque. The current mileage was approximately 227,720 and the failure mileage was approximately 225,000.
Their are currently hundreds of complaints against this motor and no one has had any luck with it. The vehicle was driven home and parked. It is constructed with durable material that ensures longevity. The vehicle was not repaired. While adding fuel to the vehicle the contact noticed fuel leaking from underneath the vehicle. The failure mileage was approximately 69,000.
The vehicle was taken to a local mechanic who advised that the leak was coming from the top of the fuel tank. Gas tank was loose but retained by remaining strap. The vehicle was towed to the contacts home and inspected by an independent mechanic. My truck began to run rough and shake after the noise and continued when I came to a stop very shortly after the sound. The current mileage was approximately 147,000 and the failure mileage was approximately 146,000. The vehicle was not repaired. Tank was removed from vehicle by fire department and then towed to service station for replacement.