Ford F-150 owners have reported 42 problems related to accelerator pedal (under the vehicle speed control category).
The contact owns a 2009 Ford F-150. The contact stated that the accelerator pedal became stuck and the rmps increased. The failure occurred on several occasions. The contact stated that the failure was becoming progressively worse. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 90,000.
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Gas pedal sticks on 2001 Ford f150 truck.
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I have a noise problem and have been to several dealers, when you hold the accelerator steady it makes a very loud hissing noise, when you let off the gas or get on it heavy it goes away, the dealer has replaced the intake manifold and the catalytic converter, we have test driven with the service manager a identical truck and it does not make the noise and trucks at work that are equivalent don't make the noise as well, the service advisor said it is not right however when an engineer came in he could not identify the problem and deemed it a characteristic of the vehicle, it did not start making the noise until it had approximately 4 to 5,000 miles on it and has gradually been getting worse. Ford customer service says they are not going to do anything further with this issue.
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The contact owns a 2003 Ford F-150. While driving 35 mph, the accelerator pedal locked and the vehicle accelerated to 65 mph. The contact applied the brakes, but the vehicle continued to accelerate. The contact injured her right foot in an attempt to release the locked accelerator pedal. The pedal unlocked itself after 10 minutes and made a pinging noise. The vehicle has not been diagnosed by the dealer. The failure mileage was 85,000.
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The contact stated there is a NHTSA recalls campaigns 05v388000 and 98v007000 regarding the vehicle speed control and the accelerator pedal. The vehicle has the same problems as indicated in the recall; however, it is not included in the recall due to the VIN. No repairs have been made.
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: the contact stated that while driving on dry freeway roads, the accelerator failed to respond when it was pressed. The engine revolutions per minute rose, but the vehicle speed did not go beyond 25 mph. The vehicle has been taken to a service dealer five times, each time with a different part being replaced to try to correct the problem. The dealer has not managed to correct this issue.
Driver experienced vibration coming from the accelerator pedal while driving over 25 mph. This caused numbness to the driver's foot. Driver took vehicle to the dealer for inspection, and mechanic determined that there was a problem, but no solution at this time.
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Accelerator does not return to idle on very cold days. In neutrall the engine revs at about 4000 rpm. I have had close calls while aproaching intersections. I really needed to lay on the brakes. My vehicle is 1998 Ford f150 with a 5. 4 engine. I no there is a saftey recall (98v007) for the same vehicle with a 4. 2 l engine but my truck truck has the exact same problem. The dealer told me their was a kit available to fix the problem and that I would have to pay for it. I also suspect that the kit is for the 4. 2 liter engine .
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While driving the throttle stuck which resulted in an accident. Consumer put his foot of the brake to change gears and the motor accelerated to a high rate of speed. He then hit a pole.
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Traveling approximately 10-15 mph slowing to stop at light. Started to apply brakes and engine revved up. Engine was fighting the brakes. Pressed both feet on brakes and still truck did not stop. Pressure in the brakes, so there was fluid in the cylinder. Had to swerve around one vehicle and had to put the vehicle in park to get it to stop. I came within inches of hitting another vehicle. Once I got the vehicle stopped it worked just fine, so I drove it to the dealer. The same thing had happened previously, but the dealership looked at it and said nothing was wrong. This time when I took it in, described the problem and told them it had been in once before, they took me a little more seriously. This is the second time this has happened in 3 months. The truck only has approximately 8,000 miles on it. The dealer has had my truck for two days and can not get it to replicate the problem. They have contacted Ford and said they would let me know what they find out.
While applying the accelerator pedal vehicle hesitated to accelerate. After applying the accelerator pedal numerous times vehicle accelerated. Vehicle was taken to the dealer for inspection, but mechanic was unable to duplicate the problem.
2004 f 150 Ford pickup truck. Have applied brakes to stop and foot also hits accelerator at same time. Problem has never occurred with previous Ford or Chrysler products.
Last year owner's vehicle began having acceleration problems. The first time owner drove the vehicle at 35 mph and when he took foot off of accelerator and put in on the brakes vehicle surged forward like it wanted to go 70 mph. Then a week later, his wife was backing out of the driveway and left skid marks because the vehicle accelerated and she tried to stop it. The owner took vehicle to dealer last year. The first time mechanic called Ford, and they could not advise what was causing the problem. On April 14, 2005 dealer replaced the throttle body, but this did not help. Yesterday the service manager spoke with an engineer from Ford, stating that consumers accidentally pushed the gas pedal and the brake pedal at the same time. In the last four years owner has purchased four new Fords, and none h had this problem. Sometimes the problem happened once a month. Sometimes it happened several times in a week. There was no warning when it happened. Owner was not aware of any results from diagnostic tests done by dealership. Owner was driving vehicle in an unsafe condition.
Last year owner began having problems. The first time while driving at 35 mph owner took foot off accelerator and put it on the brake, and the vehicle surged forward like it wanted to go 70 mph. Then , a week ago, owner's wife was backing out of the driveway and she left skid marks because the vehicle accelerated and she tried to stop. Owner took vehicle to dealer last year. The first time the salesman called Ford, and they couldn't advise what was causing problem. On April 14, 2005 dealership replaced the throttle body, but this didn't help. Then yesterday the service manager called Ford, and talked to engineer, and engineer claimed that people were accidentally pushing brake pedal and accelerator pedal at the same time. In the last four years, owner purchased four new Fords, and none had the accelerator problem. This problem happened sometimes less than once a month, then, it might happen several times in one week. There was no warning when this happened. Owner was not aware of results of diagnostics on the vehicle. Owner was driving the vehicle in an unsafe condition. Owner didn't have dealer's address information.
While coming thruough the exit of an automatic car wash vehicle began to rapidly accelerate. Consumer had to put the vehicle in park to get it to stop. Consumer had to shut off the motor. )ak.
While driving down an icy hill, the throttle became stuck. The driver had to shut off the engine to stop the throttle from sticking. Driver lost power brakes and steering, but was able to come to a safe stop.
While driving throttle stuck, and vehicle started to accelerate at a high rate. Consumer depressed the brake pedal numerous times to decelerate the vehicle, but it was of no avail. Dealership was notified, but did not resolve the problem.
About one week after I purchsed my truck I was stopping at stop sign, and my truck suddenly acclerated. This happens ocassoanally. It can happen once or twice a week or it can go a couple months without a incident. I had it to the dealer (zimmerman Ford in cedar rapids iowa) they reprogramed it and that did not fix the problem. I have told them many times that it was still occuring and they said if they could not duplicate the problem while they had it they could not do anything about it. I have been having thie problem for 18 mounths now. I came very close to having a accident 3 times and will not drive the truck anymore. It is not safe to drive. I called Ford motor company and they refered me back to the dealer, which has gotten me nowhere. I see where there have been 8 or more complaints on your websight with the same problem. My Ford dealer said they have a thing called oasis for dealers to report thease problems to Ford and there was not any complaints with this problem.
While driving throttle stuck. This caused the consumer to drive into a ditch. Dealership was notified, but did not resolve the problem.
Gas pedal stuck and the consumer lost control on pavement.
Consumer started vehicle, put it in reverse, with foot still on the brakes, vehicle raved up at high rpm, and burnt rubber. Consumer had to apply excessive force to the brakes to stop the vehicle. Ph.
Consumer states since 05/02, when accelerating gas pedal sticks intermittenly. Consumer has to shift into neutral and pump pedal for it to release. Ts.
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The truck was started, when put in drive, the truck went into full acceleration. Brakes were applied, but were not effective. Truck was still accelerating. Then turned off the key, to stop engine. The engine did not stop running for a few minutes. This was a terrifing experience. If it would have happened in town, or on a busy highway, yes somebody probably would have been killed.
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Gas pedal trapped under floormat during acceleration. Almost casued mulitple car accident. Third incident.
While starting to accelerate by pushing on gas pedal vehicle continued to accelerate when consumer took his foot off pedal. Consumer had to turn ignition off in order to bring the vehicle to a stop. Vehicle has not been examined by a dealership or mechanic at this time. Please provide any additional information/attachments.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Cruise Control problems||
|Vehicle Speed Control problems||
|Car Accelerates On Its Own problems||
|Accelerator Pedal problems||
|Accelerator Stuck problems||
|Speed Control Linkage problems||
|Speed Control Cable problems||
|Car Throttle Stuck problems||
|Speed Control Springs problems||
|Fail To Accelerate problems||