ABS Light On – 2007 Ford & Lincoln

ABS LIGHT ON – VEHICLES BUILT BEFORE 2/15/2007
FORD: 2007 Expedition
LINCOLN: 2007 Navigator

 

2007 Expedition and Navigator vehicles built before 02/15/2007 may experience an ABS light on and the base brake system continuing to function normally.

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Low Power/Low Boost Performance – 2004-2005 Ford with 6.0L Diesel Engine

LOW POWER – COLD SIDE CHARGE AIR COOLER (CAC) DISCONNECTED – OIL LEAK AT CAC CONNECTIONS – 6.0L ENGINE – VEHICLES BUILT 4/1/2004 THROUGH 2/20/2005
FORD: 2004-2005 Excursion, F-Super Duty

 

2004-2005 F-Super Duty and Excursion vehicles built 4/1/2004 through 2/20/2005 equipped with a 6.0L diesel engine may exhibit an oil leak from the cold side charge air cooler (CAC) duct connections, or low power/low boost performance due to the plastic charge air cooler duct becoming disconnected (blowing off).

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ABS Lamp On DTC’s C1165/C1175 and/or C1235/C1236 – 2007 Ford Edge & Lincoln MKX

ABS LAMP ON C1165/C1175 AND/OR C1235/C1236
FORD: 2007 Edge
LINCOLN: 2007 MKX

 

2007 Edge/MKX vehicles built before 6/1/2007 (FWD only) may exhibit an Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) warning lamp and/or a Electronic Stability Control (ESC) warning lamp illuminated with diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) C1165/C1175 and/or C1235/C1236.

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2.3L High Idle at Start Up – 2006-2007 Ford Fusion & Mercury Milan

2.3L HIGH IDLE AT START UP – APPROXIMATELY 2000 RPM
FORD: 2006-2007 Fusion
MERCURY: 2006-2007 Milan

 

2006-2007 Fusion and Milan vehicles equipped with a 2.3L engine may experience an extended high idle (approximately 2000 RPM) on start up.

Manual transmission vehicles may also experience an occasional hang-up at 2000 RPM when the clutch is pushed in when coming to a stop.

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Hoot or Whistle Noise from Rear A/C System – 2005-2006 Ford & Lincoln

HOOT OR WHISTLE NOISE FROM REAR A/C SYSTEM
FORD: 2005-2006 Expedition
LINCOLN: 2005-2006 Navigator

 

2005-2006 Expedition/Navigator vehicles built before 1/30/2006 may exhibit a hoot or whistle noise inside the passenger compartment, coming from the rear auxiliary A/C system.

The noise will most likely be heard by the customer when driving the vehicle with the interior cooled down, the rear A/C off, front A/C on, and the blower fan on the low speed setting.

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