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Automatic Transmission problems of the 2007 Ford F-150



Two problems related to automatic transmission have been reported for the 2007 Ford F-150.

car   Automatic Transmission problem 1
Failure Date: 03/09/2010

For the second time my F-150 will have to have the transmission replaced. It is an 2007 model. The car went into the protect mode. It is now in the Ford dealer. They want 3600 to replace it. I had a similar incident in 2008 where they fixed the transmission for free.

car   Automatic Transmission problem 2
Failure Date: 07/15/2007

The contact owns a 2007 Ford F-150 king ranch. After hauling a boat out of water, the consumer stated he moved the electronic switch from 4l to 2hi, which would be the normal driving position applied the brake and shifted the console shifter to park. The engine remained running. He exited the vehicle and noticed that it was beginning to move. The driver side door, which was open, struck him from behind and knocked him down. The vehicle continued to roll. The boat trailer jacknifed to the right of the vehicle. The vehicle, trailer, and boat crashed into a fence, which caused the vehicle to stop. However, the engine was still running. The contact sustained injuries to his back, arm, and hand. The dealer was unable to determine the cause of failure. The contact believes the failure was due to the transmission. The current mileage is 1,540 and failure mileage was 1,536. The consumer stated the mechanic informed him unless you move the vehicle forward until you hear a click then the vehicle will remain in neutral. Updated 09/05/07.