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Engine Belts And Pulleys problems of the 1999 Ford F-150



Five problems related to engine belts and pulleys have been reported for the 1999 Ford F-150.

car   Engine Belts And Pulleys problem 1
Failure Date: 12/26/2012

While driving at 70 mph the vehicle started to lightly tick then I pulled over to the side of the road and the motor began to loudly knock I took it to my mechanic and he told me this was a common problem that Ford has had with these motors with thousand accounts were this has happened and Ford has neglected to take care of there loyal customers I am a 20 yr old college student and I can barely afford the home I live in right now I bought this truck in the good faith that Ford had honerd the picture they had set for this truck that it was a reliable running vehicle but as I have found out unfourtunently like many others have also it isn't this is caused by either a timing belt gasket failing or multiple spots in the intake manifold failing causing the motor to have coolant leaked into the cylinders and causing the motor from a rod knock to the motor becoming completely hydro locked I am 150 miles from my school on christmas break stuck here because my truck was not what it was supposed to be thank you and I hope that something can be done about this because after reading page after page and website after website of people that are also left stranded just like my self and cannot afford this because of a cheap short cut flaw Ford neglects to own up to we can all handle this like grown ups and finally get the product we all should have in the first place instead of a reoccurring flawed motor thank you joshua nixon.

car   Engine Belts And Pulleys problem 2
Failure Date: 06/02/2004

My f150 p. U. Has a stress crack in the curve of the door by the window. The latch is not tight enough, so the door is hard to shut. My windshield wipers turn on by themselves, the odometer light goes on & off, the seat belts do not recoil & the "door ajar" light gets stuck, eventhough all doors are reshut. Engine sometimes runs rough eventhough has just had 60,000 mile check. The Ford dealership wants to charge me for new part to fix odometer light $300+plus labor, $58 for door part+labor. Haven't talked to them about "rough running", I'm sure they'll want more $$ to fix it too.

car   Engine Belts And Pulleys problem 3
Failure Date: 04/12/2004

While driving , suddenly the vehicle started shaking. The repair shop performed a diagnostic and indicated that it could be the spark plugs. The spark plugs were replaced, but didn't correct the problem. The butterfly to the fuel injection on the passenger side of the engine motor froze and stopped the flow of the fuel, which caused damage to the fuel injection thus damaging the timing belt, and piston. The entire engine motor fell apart from the inside out per the mechanic.

car   Engine Belts And Pulleys problem 4
Failure Date: 08/26/2002

Consumer states that the tension wire separated and shreaded the serpentine belt while driving. Causes loss of of vehicle control. Dealer contacted. Feel free to provide any further information. Nlm.

car   Engine Belts And Pulleys problem 5
Failure Date: 10/13/1999

Consumer's son was insid eof vehicle when the bolt that holds the seat belt came off. Head engine gasket blew out. The mileage was 4600.