Ford F-150 owners have reported 254 problems related to check engine light on (under the engine and engine cooling category).
The contact owns a 2004 Ford F-150. While driving at an unknown speed, the check engine light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who diagnosed that the cam shaft phaser was defective and needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 162,000.
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The contact owns a 2007 F-150. The contact stated that while driving at approximately 35 mph and coming to a stop light, the vehicle stalled and the check engine warning light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic, who diagnosed that the engine failed and the motor needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 123,000.
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Ford f150 3. 5l ecoboost completely looses power when accelerating in passing gear. Vehicle shutters and bucks severally and does not allow any type of acceleration to be able to exit into slow lane interstate traffic. Normal operation returns after about 1. 5 minutes of coasting and then gently applying accelerator to regain vehicle control. During the recovery time the engine runs very rough as if timing was completely out of sync. I drive 1000 miles per week on interstate 95 and this condition is ongoing. I experience at least 2 or 3 of these episodes per week when I try to accelerate to pass another vehicle. This is a safety concern to me because the vehicle looses power completely and does not recover until 1. 5 minutes later. The check engine light comes on very time this condition occurs. When reading the error codes it only show misfiring of all cylinders (code p0300).
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The truck will just stall with no warning and no engine error codes. I was going from a stop to make a left hand turn and stalled in middle of 4 lane highway. I had to put the engine in park and start the engine in order to get out of the highway. My nephew was driving the truck a week prior and it stalled at a stop light and proceeded to role down a hill. He had to put the truck in park and restart the engine. It does not produce any engine error codes. The truck will be running just fine then the engine will just quit. Researching online for Ford 5. 4l f150 engine stalls it appears other people are experiencing similar issues. I took it the other day and it was stated that they couldn't duplicate the problem, then they said it could be a O2 sensor. My experience with faulty O2 sensors is usually rough idle and check engine light which my truck does not have. I understand it maybe a hard problem to solve but it appears that this could be a big safety problem due to loss of power.
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This is an update to my complaint filed preciously. After the second episode of loss of power and the check engine light coming on. I took my ecoboost powered truck to a Ford dealer and they performed TSB 14-0017. This was supposed to fix the engine loosing power. This is why the NHTSA closed the investigation of the f150 ecoboost. This has not worked. Yesterday 11-7-2015 I was on a 2 hour highway trip in rainy conditions. While driving the motor again lost power and could not even maintain highway speeds. This was dangerous to my family and everyone around us. The TSB from Ford has not fixed the dangers of these trucks. Please re-open the investigation into this dangerous vehicle before someone is killed or injured. American roads deserve safe cars.
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While accelerating on to the highway on a clear, warm, sunny day; the turbo engaged and the truck began to shudder. There was immediate deceleration and the check engine light began to flash. After easing up on the throttle and coasting, the light turned off and the truck began operating normally. This occurred within 1-mile of travel. I was unable to replicate the issue on the remainder of the drive. This is a major safety concern as the speed of the vehicle drops dramatically in a short distance and the vehicle is unable to recover rapidly, leaving the vehicle's occupants susceptible to potentially catastrophic accidents on the roadway.
While driving on interstate my vehicle started to miss fire and lose power. I was hauling a horse trailer going approximately 60 mph with large 18 wheel vehicles when the engine started miss firing and loosing power. Was able to get off interstate and find a local Ford dealership. While driving to Ford dealership the check engine light continued to flash, I finally lost all power and the truck shuddered and flashers automatically went on, was able to get to dealer ship and was diagnosed with bad #4 coil. This was replaced under warranty with a $100 deductible and 6 days later same thing happened, again while hauling horse trailer on interstate, same issues with loosing power, check engine light flashing and truck shuddered. Again was lucky enough to make it to a local Ford dealership, this time #6 coil was diagnosed as being bad. This was changed under warranty with another payment of $100 deductible. Because this happened twice while hauling my horses, and I had another 400 miles to go before reaching my final destination, I could not take the risk of this happening and loosing power while driving on interstates with 18 wheel vehicles at 60 mph and figure I might get lucky a third time and not be killed because an 18 wheeler couldn't stop or avoid hitting me when loosing power from 60 mph to 30 mph, I chose to have the other 4 coils replaced. After getting home I did some research and see this is under investigation with NHTSA and wanted to report the same issue. The other 4 coils I had replaced were not covered under warranty and now I find out that possibly that wasn't the issue but most likely moisture accumulation in intercooler system of truck. I'm concerned I don't have a truck that can be depended upon to keep me and my animals that are being transported in horse trailer safe.
I was driving on a highway, towing a trailer in an area of heavy congestion. When I attempted to accelerate, the vehicle began to shake violently and lost power. The engine was apparently misfiring and was running very rough. The check engine light came on and I pulled off the highway. When I stopped, I put the vehicle in neutral, but left it running. The check engine light went off and the engine seemed to run fine. But ever since then, whenever I attempt to accelerate, the vehicle shakes violently and won't accelerate. This is going to cause an accident! I checked around the internet and this seems to be a common problem with this vehicle, but when I called Ford they told me I would have to pay to have a local dealer run diagnostics. They admitted that they had issued a technical service bulletin to the dealers on a possible fix for the problem, but reading the other complaints on this NHTSA website, the fix did not solve the problem. I've never sued anyone in my life, but I see there is a class-action lawsuit against Ford for this problem. I was hoping that if enough people report this problem that Ford would do the right thing- we shall see. . . .
Tl-the contact owns 2011 Ford f150. The contact stated that while driving at approximately 60 mph, there was black smoke coming from the exhaust. The check engine warning light illuminated and the vehicle started shaking. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the inter cooler needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of failure. The approximate failure mileage was 60,000. Tw.
The contact owns a 2013 Ford F-150. While making a turn at approximately 40 mph, the vehicle stalled and the check engine light illuminated. The vehicle resumed normal operation shortly after the failure. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 22,000.
Vehicle is a Ford f150 2012 ecoboost v6 3. 5l. Vehicle was driven in high humidity and fog with cruise control on for a time period of around 4 hours without spooling the turbo chargers. Upon trying to pass another vehicle the gas pedal was pressed to accelerate. Vehicle began to shake violently, and began to lose power. Vehicle was able to drive at current speed but would shake violently when gas was pressed to pick up speed. The check engine light did illuminate. This issue was consistent with the issue of condensation/water in the charge air cooler causing the cylinders to misfire and vehicle going into limp mode. There was no issue when atmospheric conditions were optimal. This happened after the Ford dealership made the recommended Ford bulletin repairs. This issue has the potential of causing a fatality.
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July 6 lost power to truck engine at 60 mph when going to pass in hard acceleration situation. Truck engine shuttered for over 3 mins until I could get it stabilized around 2000 rpms in a lower gear/speed. This was the first of two similar situation on the same day with the truck and throughout the remainder of the day any acceleration over 3500 rpms caused a loss of power. We limped the vehicle home that day. Next day check engine light came on and off until we could get truck into our local Ford dealer for service on 7-13. This issue has been researched via info on this site to no conclusion. I can say if you drove this vehicle and simulated this issue you would see the major issue this causes and potential risk of accident at highway speeds with acceleration. Specifically heavy traffic situations. The issue caused spark plug damage, catalytic converter damage and the dealer performed the TSB (4th issued by Ford) to attempt to fix the issue. This is a known issue, causes safety issues and should be recalled to permanently fix not try to patch with four different TSB. Fix this correctly before accidents occur that cause deaths.
Vehicle is a Ford f150 2012 ecoboost v6 3. 5l. Vehicle was driven in rain with cruise control on for a time period of around 3 hours without spooling the turbo chargers. Upon trying to pass another vehicle the gas pedal was pressed to accelerate. Vehicle began to shake violently, and began to lose power. This action nearly caused a head on collision. Vehicle was able to drive at current speed but would shake violently when gas was pressed to pick up speed. This happened twice in the same trip causing the check engine light to illuminate. This issue was consistent with the issue of condensation/water in the charge air cooler causing the cylinders to misfire and vehicle going into limp mode. There was no issue when atmospheric conditions were optimal. Again, this issue nearly caused a head on collision as I tried to pass another vehicle in an area which allowed passing in my lane. Ford re-flashed the the ecu and added a deflector shield to the top of the charge air cooler and it did not fix the problem.
Engine failed to accelerate when attempting to merge into traffic on interstate, almost causing an accident. Engine started shaking and check engine light came on. It had been raining and was very wet. After pulling off turned of engine for approx 15 minutes. Started driving again and did not experience any other problems.
Driving on interstate doing 70 mph (in fast lane) when truck stopped/stalled and I guess from research went into "limp mode". I was unable to press the gas pedal, it just shook three times each of which slowed it down incredibly, the check engine light was on and a wrench showed up, but the radio still worked. While trying to pull over almost wrecked (memorial day weekend and I was in fast lane). Finally able to pull over to side of road hysterical, shut off and waited a minute and it started. Drove rest of way home miles* with check engine light on and abs light on. I am scared to death to drive again. Not fun having a vehicle stall/quit whatever on interstate in rush hour traffic.
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Driving with my daughter, I took a corner at approximately 25mph and then pushed the gas to get moving and lost all power to the engine, tried putting in low gear but to no prevail, tried again shifting back to drive with nothing happening. At this time we are stuck in traffic with people flying by us and nothing I can do. Finally I shut off the engine and let it sit for a minute. Restarted and the check engine light came on but ran well enough for us to get home. I have not experienced this before and luckily we were close to home. If it happened once it will happen again and probably not the same luck I had this time. Something needs to be done about this problem. Thank you.
Fx2 3. 5l v6 ecoboost: was driving approx. 65 and had to quickly accelerate to pass. The turbos started to kick in and suddenly the engine began to shudder and misfire. Check engine light came on and then went off. Problem occurs during any sudden acceleration.
Two times when on an expressway at highway speeds during a rain storm I have had my engine lose power and the check engine light came on. Both times after slowing down the engine regain power and I could continue my journey. I have the 3. 5 turbo engine and noticed online that this complaint has been mentioned by others. I did bring up my concerns to my Ford dealer and they claim to have no knowledge of any similar complaint with this engine. Any information or help I can receive from you would be greatly appreciated.
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The contact owns a 2007 Ford F-150. The contact stated that after accelerating at approximately 5 mph, the vehicle stalled as the check engine warning light illuminated. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 59,000.
Ford f150 ecoboost 2013 13,000 mile the engine shakes and a lost of power when passing. The check engine light come on while its happen but shuts off when the power come back. I have taken it to Ford 4times but because it has no check engine light on they look at me like if I'm crazy.
We have had our 2005 F-150 king ranch for about 10 years now. Today (Feb 10,2015), my wife and our one year babe were heading to the post office the truck displayed a message reading "engine failsafe mode". The truck lost all power, no steering, and it stall on the highway going about 65 mph. Luckily, she said there were vehicles behind her and she pulled it over with no steering and the engine dead. My wife then sat on the highway for about 10 minutes and tried to start the vehicle, which started and there were no "engine failsafe mode" on display anymore. Know with-in the last year our truck has had the check engine light and the abs light has come on and off every other month. I have checked the fuses and had replace a few but at time it is not the fuse. I've had the interior dim in and out and at times it does not work at all. By reading the f150. Net forum found out the a wire that splits into two wires was corroded on the passenger side floor board, it seems that condensation or water come in and stays in that pocket were that wiring harness goes thru. I am now terrified that truck will shut off on the highway again with my family and I in it. This seems to be a life threating problem. I have read thru some forums and it seems that people have called the Ford dealership and the service department claimed they have never heard of this problem, but can work on it if they bring it in. But that Ford claim that they fix the problem and the people says that the problem still exist. Hope some one can help or assist us in fixing this issue not just for our family but for others too. Sincerely airborne paratrooper! aatw!.
The ecoboost engine flashed the check engine light and started blinking and lost almost all power, vehicle slowed to approx 35 mph in the middle of high speed traffic. Ford says the recall never happened because you closed it with satifactory repair results. I am told I have to now pay for this fix since it is after thier 3 year/36,000 mile warranty. Yet the vehicle almost killed us. They say they have a misfire , cac fix TSB to correct the issue.
Tl- the contact owns a 2005 Ford F-150. The contact stated that after starting the vehicle, the engine misfire and the check engine warning light illuminated. The problem recurred multiple times. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic. The technician diagnosed that the spark plug was fractured and that needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 90,000. Pam.
The contact owns a 2013 Ford F-150 with eco boost. The contact stated that the vehicle started to switch gears without warning and jerk violently. The contact mentioned that when the failure occurred, the check engine light illuminated and the gauges on the instrument panel stopped working. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the issue. The failure mileage was 49,000.
Tl-the contact owns a 2011 Ford F-150. The contact stated that while driving at approximately 35-40 mph and driving up an incline, the vehicle failed to accelerate and the check engine warning light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed that a retro kit had to be placed onto the turbo boost. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 85,000. Djr.
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|Car Stall problems||
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|Engine Clicking And Tapping Noises problems||
|Coolant Leaking problems||
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