87 problems related to check engine light on have been reported for the 2010 Ford Fusion.
Engine stalls/shuts down while driving. Check engine light came on. Alarm p2111 came up. Throttle actuator control system - stuck open. My vehicle stalled while turning left with oncoming traffic. It did this 3 times while driving home from work. This is an intermittent issue. I take it to the dealer, they adjust, it works for a while, then occurs again. This is a very dangerous problem.
The contact owns a 2010 Ford Fusion. While driving 65 mph, the accelerator pedal was depressed, but the vehicle failed to accelerate. The check engine warning light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who diagnosed that the throttle control body needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired; however, the failure recurred. The vehicle was taken to another independent mechanic who diagnosed that the accelerator pedal needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired, but the failure persisted. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 40,000.
Tl-the contact owns a 2010 Ford Fusion. The contact stated while driving at approximately 60 mph, the check engine light illuminated intermittently. The failure recurred numerous times. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the computer reflash needed to be repaired. The vehicle was repaired but the failure persisted. The vehicle was then taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed the throttle body needed to be repaired. The contact had went back to dealer with the diagnosis however the technician denied to repair the vehicle. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximately failure mileage was 75,363. Ak.
Engine cuts off while driving with no warning. Won't accelerate when gas is pressed. Idle very rough at times and will shift hard at times. Check engine light and wrench are both on when incident occurs. Throwing obd2 codes p2119,p0104,p2112. Ford Fusion sel v6 3. 0l 75k miles. All scheduled maintenance has been performed on time by dealer.
I was driving down the highway at approximately 65mph and came up behind a truck doing about 50mph. I changed lanes and went to pass the truck. As I passed the truck my car accelerated slowly and seemed to not switch gears at the right time, causing a hard shift and a "chug" feel. I passed the truck and slowed down to 60mph and as the car shifted again, it caused another hard shift and "chug" feel. This seems to be a common issue with Ford Fusions. Mine didn't start happening until after the pcm update recall that was done on 2/26/15. I took it into Ford after it happened the first time and they told me that since there is no wrench on the dash and no check engine light with a code, they can't find anything wrong and cannot replicate the problem I described to them. This is ridiculous that many cars have an issue but it looks like since there is no one that has been significantly injured or killed in an accident due to it, that it isn't being fixed. Please recall this and fix it before someone loses their life from this.
The contact owns a 2010 Ford Fusion. The contact stated that the fuel inlet warning light illuminated. The contact also stated that the check engine warning light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the fuel tank failed. The vehicle was not repaired. While driving approximately 5 mph, the steering wheel seized and required excessive force. The contact stated that the power steering assist fault message appeared on the dashboard. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failures. The approximate failure mileage was 82,000.
Sudden loss of throttle response at 30mph driving speed. Vehicle soon stalled losing engine power. Check engine light illuminated. Ford obd code p2111, throttle actuator stuck open. Replaced faulty throttle body with new to remedy situation. Erased obd codes. No further problems. This complaint will also be forwarded to Ford consumer relations.
Car lost power at 70 while on cruise on the highway lost speed and dropped down to 40, went into limp mode check engine light came on scanned car code p2119 present Ford replaced (no charge) throttle body and motor assembly under a customer satisfaction program 13b17.
For several months the vehicle has been randomly shutting off mid-drive. Followed by that the check engine light and a wrench light would light up. A week ago we received letter in the mail from Ford saying that our vehicle is eligible for new throttle body since there has been issues since manufactured, which perfectly explained our problem. We took it to Ford, where they replaced the throttle body. However, only a week later the car is back to the same throttle body part problem. On Saturday, 6/28/14 at around 11:40pm the car turns off mid-drive right before I cross over a major intersection, rt 130 and rt 30 in collingswood, NJ area. I quickly braked and turned the engine completely off before I passed the white line. I sat through an entire green and red light. Once the light turned green again, I started the car back up and pressed my gas pedal. The car instantly turned off again, where I was now caught in the intersection. There was no momentum, so I very slowly coasted through during the green light, yellow light, and possibly some of the red light. Luckily, I made it through the intersection out of harm, but I was at a great risk of getting t-boned by oncoming traffic on a major street such as route 130 especially late at night. Obviously, the new throttles do not fix the problem. I no longer feel safe driving this car after this near fatal incident. Is Ford going to wait until there is fatalities from this manufactured malfunction before they act and recall this make and model?.
While driving my vehicle it suddenly felt like it stalled, but it actually had not. Before I could safely pull off the road it began violently jerking the whole car. Gas and brake controls were effected and the car was difficult to get off the road safely and difficult to stop it from moving forward once I got off the road. I quickly put it in park and turned it off. The check engine light came on as well as a wrench light during this incident. After about 5 minutes I turned the car back on and it seemed to be running fine. I started to drive to the body shop I use and after a couple minutes it did it again in the middle of an intersection. The car was extremely difficult to control and I was scared I would be hit by another car. After making it off the road again, I turned the car off. I eventually did get it to my body shop, but the defective throttle body could have resulted in a serious accident. Ford should recall this part and fix it!.
While traveling on the local highway, the car lost power and started to shake. The service and check engine lights appeared on the dashboard. Luckily it was not rush hour and the traffic was light. After pulling off of the road, I was able to turn off the car and back on. The engine appeared to operate normally. The incident happened again a few miles later. This time the check engine light remained on after the restart. I was able to successfully drive the car to the local dealership. The dealer stated that the throttle body needed to be replaced. Luckily I have an extended warranty and it only cost me $100, unlike some of the other folks who have reported the same issue. This could have been much worse if the traffic was heavier or if I was unable to get to the side of the road quickly.
Driving approximately 70mph at night on the interstate when engine stopped producing power. Rough idle and vibration, forcing me to coast to the shoulder. Pressing gas pedal had no effect even though engine was running. I attempted to restart and was successful. This occurred four times during my 30 mile trip. Each time I was forced to coast to the side of the road during moderate traffic. Once on a side street I was forced to stop in the driving lane as there was no shoulder. Very dangerous. On all of the occasions the wrench light illuminated as well as the check engine light. I called the dealer the next morning and they were very familiar with the problem. My car was out of warranty, so I was forced to pay for the part and labor. Ford knows that there is a faulty part that causes a hazardous loss of power and control of the vehicle. Error code was p2111.
The contact owns a 2010 Ford Fusion. The contact stated that while driving 40 mph, the vehicle began jerking and stalled. The check engine warning light was also illuminated. The contact pulled over and shifted into park, and the vehicle began shaking while in park. The contact was able to restart the vehicle and the stalling failure ceased. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer, who stated that the throttle body was defective and needed to be replaced. The contact did not have any repairs performed on the vehicle. The failure mileage was 93,677. Returned by usps on 11-15-2013. Second attempt on 11-20-2013 failed.
Tried to start vehicle after filling up on gas, already had about 1/4 tank prior to fill up, recently driving for several miles (car is warmed up fully) and it immediately stalled. This had never happened to me, and it occurred to me that just before the gas fill up I noticed somewhat rough engine response in a very short drive from across the street. I've read that there are issue with throttle body faults on Fusion and escape that do not log under normal odb 2 codes after turning engine off. I never saw the check engine light come on.
Driving at highway speed when vehicle died, having complete loss of power. Wrench light and check engine light both came on. There was no shoulder to pull over onto and many large 18 wheelers driving by. I pulled over in someone's driveway, turned the vehicle completely off, inspected under the hood and around the vehicle with no findings, and then attempted to restart. The vehicle restarted but had difficulty turning over. I continued to drive for approx 5 more miles when the incident occurred a second time. On the second time the vehicle had loss of power but the engine remained running. There was no throttle response, from depressing the gas pedal. Once I pulled over on the shoulder the engine began rocking the car violently. I immediately turned off the vehicle and let it rest for 5 minutes. I restarted the car once again, this time without difficulty and drove it straight to an auto shop. The mechanic performing work on the car states the error code was p2111 and was the throttle body causing the problem.
I was driving on the highway and the car loss power to accelerate. I pulled the car to the side of the highway and turned the vehicle off and restarted the vehicle. I returned back on the highway and the car once again loss power and was stuttering and would not accelerate the engine. I pulled the car off the highway again and turned the car off and restarted the car once again but this time the check engine light stayed on. I took the car to the dealership and they replaced the throttle body .
While driving vehicle the speed became to rapidly decrease while the check engine light came on and the car begin shake and sputter. Tried driving again and realized that I was fine as long as I did not go over 40mph. Had to have me car towed home because of the distance between my job and home. Called around, had the code read on the car and it was a "p2112" error code which pointed to the throttle body failure. Contacted Ford and was told that although this is a known issue, I would have to pay for my own part-labor. Paying $445 on tomorrow to have the car repaired. I just purchased the car in January 2013, and me paying for repairs on tomorrow means that I cannot pay my car note. This is horrible since the representative at Ford customer assistance stated that this is a known issue. I've seen multiple posts online regarding the same thing. This is also a safety hazard, had I been going faster on the interstate (I had not made it on yet when the issue first started) myself or someone else could've been seriously injured or killed because of the sudden stop.
The contact owns a 2010 Ford Fusion. The contact stated that while driving approximately 65 mph, the check engine warning light illuminated and the vehicle would not accelerate. The vehicle was towed to the dealer for diagnosis. The technician stated that the throttle body and motor assembly would need to be replaced. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The vehicle was repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 56,000.
The car stalled in the middle of airport traffic. The wrench light came on and the check engine light. It occured again on the FL turnpike travelling at 75 mph. We no longer drive on the highways and it has happened 3 more times. Research says it is the throttle position sensor, and the only fix is to replace the throttle body.
After traveling on the highway @ 60 miles per hr, the car lost accelertion speed and was slowing down. The check engine light and a wrench was shown on the dash board. The car would not work. After I turned it off and was able to restart but no sooner it happended again, unable to acelertate. This happened to me a few weeks ago on my way to work. I was traveling 40mph when I lost power and could not accelerate.
Vehicle stalled and check engine light came on. Dealer identified problem as faulty throttle body, and replaced it. It was not covered by powertrain warranty.
This car has to have a recall . . Bottom line ! I was driving about 15mph in the city making a left hand t urn and the car shook violently and sputterd I hit the gas and nothing check engine light came on along with wrench . . Sat ther for 10 min restarted car and made it home . . I have not driven car since !!!! and today is the 18th . . Simply to scared !! after reading all info on line im leaning toward the ( throttle body ) but this expence I have to pay out of pocket delarship says around 5-6 hundred dollars that I dont have right now . . So I have to walk past a car that im still paying on to get on the bus until I have enough to fix . . . Ford ( fix or repair daily ) is what Ford stands for !!!!!.
I was traveling on a two-lane paved road in a 50 mile an hour zone when I felt the car start to decelerate. I pushed on the gas pedal but nothing happened and the car continued to slow down. I was able to pull over at the intersection of a side road where I shut the car off. I started the car back up and proceeded out into the main road. Less than a mile down the road the car started to decelerate again and I turned onto my street and coasted to a stop. Both times the check engine light and the wrench icon on the dash came on. When I had the cause of the check engine light diagnosed, I found out that the car's throttle body had failed. I could only order the part through a Ford dealership and the closest one is 40 minutes away from me.
Driving down highway when wrench lights up and check engine light with no acceleration. Shut car off and was allowed to make it up to 45mph and under 2k rpms. Recall Ford Fusion throttle bodies!!.
Tl - the contact owns a 2010 Ford Fusion. The contact stated that while driving approximately 55 mph, there was a sudden loss of engine power. The contact mentioned that the check engine warning light illuminated. The vehicle was towed to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the throttle body needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The vehicle was repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 50,000 and the current mileage was 53,000. Dr.
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