Last post on Jan 21, 2007 at 12:52 AM
You are in the Ford Escape
What is this discussion about?
Ford Escape, Brakes, SUV
#4 of 8 Re: your post... [tidester]
Jan 19, 2007 (9:04 pm)
i don't question you classic auto posts. maybe someone got sold a bill of goods that they bought a 2.3 v6, but i doubt it.
#5 of 8 Re: your post... [explorerx4]
Jan 20, 2007 (12:45 am)
I bought the car in July of 06 (used). It was previously a rental car used by Enterprise. I bought it with 33K miles and I have to work 5 or 6 days a week and it's a 25 mile one way commute. And yes, when I got into the car today, it currently has 45,500. I can take a picture of my odometer and registration, and a copy of my Serramonte Ford Invoice, if you don't believe it. And, oops, sorry, it's an '06 Ford Escape XLT 3.O L V6. And yes, when I brought it to my Ford Dealership for maintanance work, I asked my Ford "mechanic" to take a look at my brakes because when I press hard on brakes, my car starts to veer to one side. I had my brakes inpected, no problems, ABS inspected, no problems and I had my wheel's ailgned. And I'm trying to see if there is something I might be overlooking or just don't know, that might be causing the problem.
#6 of 8 Re: your post... [spg5782]
Jan 20, 2007 (2:04 pm)
thanks for explaining your post. sorry i was so skeptical, but kind of confused me.
did you try over in the auto repair forum?
escape-central dot com has a lot of info about escapes, too.
i hope you can get it corrected.
#7 of 8 Re: your post... [explorerx4]
Jan 21, 2007 (12:52 am)
not a problem, I know 45K is A LOT of miles, but you really just had to be there. Besides, I had no problems with it so far like my previous car, and I have an extended premium care warranty, so I don't have to worry about it.
I'm going to check out that link, thanks.