Ford Fusion owners have reported 472 problems related to steering (under the steering category).
This email is to notify you that your web site does not indicate any open recalls for the above listed VIN number. However both the Ford motor company and a car fax report indicates recall 15s14 as a gear box recall that is still open. I was thinking of buying this vehicle and very disappointed that your safety dept records are not correct. My telephone number is 903-729-1981 if you care to call and discuss. Ron.
See all problems of the 2015 Ford Fusion.
When I put the car into reverse to take my son to school a warning "power steering assist fault" was displayed on the dash. I shut the car off, turned it back on and the warning went away. I took my son to school in the car and when I returned home did some research. I found this site and saw the numerous issues others are having with the car, and don't feel safe to drive it.
See all problems of the 2012 Ford Fusion.
Went to town and parked the car went in to the store and when I started to leave I noticed that the power steering didn't work. I drove the car home with no power steering. It's a good thing this didn't happen while going the speed limit. The dealer said that this is a common problem my question is why has it not been recalled if it's a common problem.
See all problems of the 2011 Ford Fusion.
When leaving the parking lot I lost all steering and had to drive home with out power steering which made my drive very dangerous considering I had both of my children in the car.
Power steering has became very unresponsive. Steering is very stiff. Light came on saying service power steering. Also service accutrac system.
My daughter was driving and as she went to turn left, the power steering became very hard. She pulled over because she was unable to continue driving.
Without notice the power steering stops working. By turning the engine off and restarting the engine brings the power steering back to operational. This has happened 3 times within a week. The Ford dealership has determined the power steering module needs to be replaced. This vehicle is about 8 months out of warranty but under the mileage limit.
My daughter was driving, made a right turn when the steering got tough. She was able to pull into an immediate driveway on the right when the steering froze up. She was not able to maneuver the car after that. I understand there are multiple complaints for the same issue. Ford has advised they do not have a recall for this so they will not repair.
Within a month I had the power steering assist fault warning come up twice and the power steering gives out. I took it in for service and they diagnosed it with needing a power steering gear assembly. The quote for the repair was $1,630. I got this car with just 42,000 miles on it and I have just put only 8,000 miles on it and had to get the throttle body replaced under recall but I can't understand why the power steering gear assembly part isn't considered a recall since it can be a huge safety risk! I'm very disappointed with how Ford motor company is not taking issue this seriously!.
I was driving down in atlanta, georgia when all of a sudden my steering wheel locked and the dash displayed power steering assist fault.
As I was driving down a city street in heavy traffic, the power steering went completely out. The power steering assist fault came on after the incident.
See all problems of the 2010 Ford Fusion.
I pulled into a store after exiting i40, when I got back in the vehicle I put the car in reverse to back out of the parking lot and bells started going off and an error message popped up on the mileage screen that read "power steering assist fault" and my power steering was completely gone. I still had about 25 miles to drive to my home. I nursed the car a few miles and called my boyfriend (bryan whatley) who googled the issue to see if anyone else had experienced the same problem. I was amazed at how many people had the exact same issue with the exact same car. Many people were saying that they shut the car off and turned it back on and it had temporarily resolved the issue. I pulled into another parking lot to try - almost hitting a pole because it was very hard to turn the wheel and took a great deal of distance to turn. I shut the car off for a couple minutes, turned it back on, the power steering started working and I was able to make it the rest of the way home. The incident then happened again the following day (4/24/2015) 3 times -and and then again on 4/25/2015 without putting the vehicle in reverse and at which time the power steering would not come back no matter how many times I shut the car off and turned it back on.
Getting ready to leave for work and the power steering went out in my car. I had to have a new electronic steering gear assembly installed in my car and this was not cheap!!. I am very thankful I was not driving on the highway because I would've probably had a wreck. This was very unexpected and after researching all the other complaints made I feel Ford should be responsible for this. I was at one time pleased with purchasing a Ford but now . . . Not so much.
Was driving about 30mph and wheel immediately locked up. Dash board display a message " power steering assist fault and service advancetrac". I was able to turn the car off and back on and that fix the problem however has happen again two days later and turn the engine off and back on is no longer working. Wheel is very hard to turn making the car impossible to drive. Have an appt with Ford but from what I'm reading it seem like the issue isn't covered under warranty.
Tl-the contact owns a 2012 Ford Fusion. The contact stated while driving approximately 30 mph, the steering wheel seized with warning. The vehicle was driven with caution to the dealer, who replaced the power steering gear. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 70,589. Js.
I was stopped at a 3 way stop. As the car started moving I could not steer the car. When I finally stopped the car I was partially in a someones yard with a culvert and telephone or electric pole only 2 or 3 feet from me. I thought the car had gone dead. I tried to crank the car only to realize it was still running. I then put the car into reverse and backed out. That was when I realized the steering was the problem. The advance track system then came on. After reading the manual I was hoping that it was due to us having put new tires on the week before. When we took the car to our mechanic he said that Ford would not sell the part and we would have to take it to a Ford dealer. Needless to say it is costing $1700 to repair this. There was a new motor put in the vehicle when it was 2 1/2 years old. It also went out with no warning whatsoever and Ford told us this was the second car they had this happen to.
Upon exiting the highway and coming down the ramp the dash displayed a message to "service power steering now" then a message to "service advancetrac". The power steering went completely out and I had to use much force to turn the steering wheel. Contacted the dealership service department to setup a service appointment. I have the 6 year, 100,000 mile warranty, but was informed that this was not covered under that warranty. Was told that I would have to pay out of pocket to have the car diagnosed and repaired.
The contact owns a 2012 Ford Fusion. While driving 30 mph, the steering wheel seized. In addition, the service power steering now and the service advance track warning lights illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the steering gear needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The failure mileage was 87,000.
I am unsure of the fate the first time but approximately a year ago I was driving and the service power steering now warning came on and power steering was lost. Again today April 2, 2015 I was driving approx 33 miles per hour and the service power steering now warning came on and all power steering was lost. Dealership fixed it the first time under warranty my car is now out of warranty and I am taking it to the dealership today.
My son was driving me on the interstate at about 70 mph. Without any warning, the power steering went out. I am glad he was driving as I had heart surgery a while back and it is very difficult for me to drive this car now. There is also no way that my wife can drive it. Every time I get in the car, I pray that I do not pull something in my chest because it is very difficult to steer. I have a $32000 car that is a piece of junk. I called Ford and they just as well to say tough luck. They have no plans to fix it.
The contact owns a 2010 Ford Fusion. While driving at 65 mph, the steering wheel became difficult to turn. The contact had to apply force to the steering wheel in order to turn the vehicle. The traction control warning light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic. The mechanic diagnosed that the power steering rack needed to be repaired. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 57,682.
My daughter was driving home and power steering went out on the car. She turned the car off and back on and it was still out. Drove car to dealership a few days later (power steering was ok at that point) and they said that the car was programmed with wrong codes and reprogrammed it. Said it must have been done at the factory. Ten days later on 4/6/15, power steering is out again. She was exiting the interstate at approximately 55-60mph and it went out. Drove car home approx. 10 miles w/out steering assist.
On Friday March 27 2015 I was driving down the road and I lost all control over my car steering. I was able to pull my car to a safe location and come to a complete stop. It was me and my son in the car at the time this all happen. If I would have been going faster than what I was it could have caused me to wreck. I called the dealer ship when I got the car stoped. They instructed me to call the wrecker service that they handle so I did. Once they got the car there they looked at it the next business day witch was Monday the 30th they came to a conclusion that the cars network had shut completley down on me while I was driving . They are still not sure why it did that. My car is still in the shop however Ford motor company gave me a rental car untill next Tuesday April 7th 2015 at there expense. This is not the first time I have a problem with the car haveing a computer problem . I have asked Ford motor company to buy the car back and they will not bc its not a transmission issue. And I can not trade it in due to the amt owed on it. So they have instructed me to contact my bbb of my state to file the lemon law so I have done that and the bbb has given me a number to reach yall but im doing it on ur website instead. I feel the Ford motor company should take all into consideration as well as me and my family safety into consideration and buy back the car .
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I was driving and service power steering soon and advance trac lights suddenly came on. When I arrived at my destination, I turned off the car and then turned it back on and dash message appeared saying to service power steering now. I went to turn the steering wheel and I could not turn the steering wheel at all. I then had vehicle towed to dealer. Dealer notified me that the power steering rack needed to be replaced at a cost of $1600. I had no prior issues with the power steering prior to this sudden, unexplained incident.
My power steering is out I waited the 30 seconds and longer with no good results I drove it home and waited and still no steering assist there is a fault light on the instrument cluster.
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|Power Steering Failed problems||
|Power Steering Light On problems||
|Lose Power Steering problems||
|Steering Rack And Pinion problems||
|Steering Failed problems||
|Steering Column problems||
|Power Steering Pump problems||
|Steering Is Tight problems||
|Steering Noise problems||