Last post on Oct 24, 2006 at 9:05 PM
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Ford Mustang, Coupe, Convertible
#1278 of 1524 Re: No vibration [tranti]
May 31, 2006 (9:57 am)
I have this exact same problem with my 2005 V6, I had the car back to the dealer twice (they installed the damper to no avail) then I complained to Ford's corporate e-mail.
This is Ford's reply to me, they are saying that this
and the rattly front end are normal for the car. I too
suspect the transmission or driveshaft. I think they
need to fire some engineers.
Subject: Ford Motor Company
Thank you for contacting the Ford Motor Company Customer Relationship Center regarding the concerns you have experienced with your 2005 Ford Mustang.
In an effort to assist you with this matter, we have contacted Westfield Ford. According to your dealership's assessment your vehicle is operating within Ford specifications. Your dealership has factory trained technicians, comprehensive service information and specialized equipment to resolve your vehicle concerns. We concur with the dealerships assessment. If you require further explanation or the conditions change, please speak with the Service Manager, Steve Berry.
In addition, Ford is concerned with the satisfaction of all Ford and Lincoln-Mercury customers. Your feedback on the Mustang is highly valued by all divisions within Ford Motor Company and serves to provide us with insight into areas where we may need improvement.
We have documented your comments which will be forwarded to the appropriate department for review and consideration. Thank you for your feedback and we hope that your future experiences with Ford products will be more positive.
If you have any other inquiries or concerns, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to address them for you.
Customer Relationship Center
Ford Motor Company
#1279 of 1524 Re: No vibration [dave362]
May 31, 2006 (5:25 pm)
Oh! No. Tomorrow, if the dealer tells me it is normal, I have no choice but get rid of the car right away. I get my title ready to trade it in tomorrow for a Toyota and never by any Ford car.
#1280 of 1524 Get rid of the Mustang!
May 31, 2006 (5:33 pm)
You are doing the right thing by getting rid of the Mustang. There's no excuse for it to have vibrations.
#1281 of 1524 Re: No vibration [tranti]
Jun 01, 2006 (9:09 am)
I told Ford in my e-mail that I was going to
trade mine in for a Volkswagen. I had a Passat before this
car that cost maybe $1500 than the Mustang and was built like a steel vault, no rattles, vibrations etc... and
it never went back to the dealer at all.
#1282 of 1524 Re: No vibration [dave362]
Jun 01, 2006 (10:44 am)
I just come back from the dealer. They relocated the damper. It is better, but the problem is still there. I will go Toyota dealer to trade it in for a Camry Solara on this weekend.
#1283 of 1524 Re: No vibration [tranti]
Jun 01, 2006 (11:52 am)
Good luck with the new car, I don't blame you
at all for trading the Mustang, for what cars cost now you should be totally happy with how they perform.
If I wasn't so upside-down on my loan I'd be next
in line to trade mine in.
Jun 01, 2006 (1:44 pm)
I revved my GT manual close to or at the red line and suddenly lost power. Is there a rev limiter or some other protection to keep from revving the engine past 6000 RPM?
#1285 of 1524 Re: rev limiter [husker5]
Jun 01, 2006 (3:08 pm)
yes there is a rev limiter.
#1286 of 1524 Re: No Problems. The Mustang is a Gas. [pony_pirate]
Jun 01, 2006 (4:01 pm)
Mine too. 2006 Vista Blue with parchment interior convertible - it has been a great car so far.
#1287 of 1524 Re: Dead Battery - 2005 GT Conv [idamay27]
Jun 01, 2006 (5:36 pm)
Latest update on the GT Dead Battery problem.
My car is back at the dealer for some kind of smart module replacement. The dealer recommends turning the radio off before turning the car off. Apparently there is a power drain with shaker radios when the car is off. Ford is becoming more aware of the problem and is zeroing in on the GT with Shaker radio combo. Anyone with this combo should pay attention, it's not just an isolated case anymore. I will keep everyone posted on the latest fix but I suspect that there is more to this than just a module replacement!