Ford Fusion owners have reported 1,144 problems related to steering (under the steering category).
Electroni power sterring assit. Does not work. Daughter driving done the highest when loss of power assist to sterring g wentry out. Voltage is good and no blown fuses.
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Power steering fault.
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I was traveling down a main street and I heard a beep and power steering assist fault lite up on my dash as well with service advancetrac came on so I pull off the road and into a parking lot and my wheel all the sudden got stiff. I sat there for a few trying to figure out what was wrong and I turned the car off and let it sit for a few mins and turned it back on hoping it would go away well it didn't, so I got it home finally 6 hours later still with all them lights on and the wheel being stiff let it sit over night and everything next day I go back to the car hoping once again it would go away and it didn't.
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The contact owns a 2010 Ford Fusion. The contact stated that the steering seized while the vehicle was being driven 45 mph. The failure occurred without warning. The dealer was not contacted. The parts were not available for the recall remedy. The manufacturer was made aware of the issue and offered no assistance since the VIN was not included in a recall. The failure mileage was approximately 45,000.
Started the car and started backing out of a parking spot when power steering assist went out. The warning light came on after it stopped steering. Parked the car waiting on a return call from the Ford dealership.
Electronic power steering fault currently not covered on recall according to the Ford dealership will cost $2000 to replace.
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Service power steering now came on and all power assisted steering was lost, no warning, funny how they recalled 2011 models with the same problem but not 2010, very dangerous, vehicle was in motion when happened.
The vehicle power steering assistance fault sign on my car and very hard to fix it. They have to inform the traveling public before big safety issue created.
Daughter called me this morning and told me her power steering stopped working. Had the car towed to the repair shop. Looked up the model and it says there was a recall on the vehicle concerning power steering. Just want to find out if the recall is still active.
I started the car and put in reverse, the warning on the dash came on saying power steering assist fault . There was no power steering from then on. We have 115,868 miles on the car.
The contact owns a 2010 Ford Fusion. When the contact started the vehicle and shifted the gear into reverse, the power steering assist warning indicator illuminated. The contact stated that the power steering became stiff and required excessive force in order to maneuver the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to the dealer (classic Ford Lincoln, 8540 tyler blvd, mentor, OH 44060) where it was diagnosed that the power steering module needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and stated that the VIN was not included in the recall. The approximate failure mileage was 115,800.
Power steering. I have had my car for only 7 months when the first incident happen . It had after about a month of me having my car when the service advance trac. Came o I did let the dealership know and all they told me was I had push a button. Well it did go off until a bout a month ago when it came back as I was driving and also that's when my power steering went out at the same time. I then again told them. Well since then I'm still trying to get it fix along with all the other major recalls that are on my car. I did tell them about it and all they told me was there are no recalls on my car. This is very frustrating. Ford does need to do a recall on the 2010 Ford Fusion.
Power steering all of a sudden went out on me while driving down a major interstate.
Steering at times gets hard. Then trying to correct, especially in a turn car jerks. Just took a long trip, and it was scary at times. Contacted this site 6 months ago without any response. Ford said that nothing is wrong. They checked and said there was a code for loss of signal to pcm. They had no answer. I know that Ford has a major electronic rack problem. This is a law suit waiting to happen. Sometimes when just a small unevenness in the road appears, it is hard to get car out, and car rolls from side to side because of pressure needed, because the power steering was not available. Car at times is also easier to steer to the left, then to the right. This steering is a major issue. I just talked to a guy with a 2013 c max, and Ford made him pay for a replacement, as 37,631. This is not right, and it is very dangerous. 301-300-2251. Thomas gibson.
The contact owns a 2011 Ford Fusion. After starting the vehicle, the power steering assist error indicator illuminated. The vehicle was taken to a local dealer (sheehy Ford of springfield, 6727 loisedale rd, springfield, va 22150) where it was diagnosed that the rack and pinon needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer advised the contact that no recall was associated with the VIN; however, he should keep the repair receipt for future reimbursement. The failure mileage was 117,000.
Takata recalls - I was driving and my car sensor came on saying power steering assist fault. I didn't think nothing of it. So the next day taking my daughter to school and my steering wheel would turn at all. I had to get towing services. I call Ford about it they told me in customer no parts available at this time. The company is in bankrupt . They don't know when to get it in. When they do they will notify me.
Electronic power assisted steering (epas) failure on my 2010 Ford Fusion. Almost caused an accident when the steering became extremely sluggish turning at about 12 mph, and required brute strength to overcome (more than my non-power-steering car I've driven, where any movement above 5 mph eases steering torque). While driving at dorchester rd. Heading to ladson, SC, the steering was fine moments before then just suddenly failed. Good thing this didn't happen at the higher speed of 50 mph posted for dorchester rd. I struggled to get the car home, and there it sits. I've read a recall for 2011 Fusions, but is there a reason this year Fusion not included in that recall. Other older Fords have the same problem.
It didnt come with a warning my car was working just fine early this moring and then all of a sudden when I go to pick up my little girl my car goes complety out almost hit a tree please help us with this problem.
I started my car and a warning light was on for the power steering and I could hardly turn the wheel. I turned the car off and back on and the car was back to normal. I am scared that this will happen while driving down the road as I have read many stories of that happening. I do not know why Ford has not issued a recall for this as it seems to be a very common occurrence.
I was driving on interstate and power steering stopped working, the power assist fault and service advancetrac message showed on panel. Luckily I did not wreck because that would have been bad. I had the car towed to Ford dealership they said car was not covered by recall or warranty, car has 56,000 miles. Ford you should recall for this problem this could cause a wreck with possible fatalities .
The steering became a little wobbly over the past two weeks and on Saturday 9/23)17 while driving to athens went to turn in gas station and the steering wheel fell off in my lap. My insurance agent happened to be riding in the dark when it happened as was my grandson. I have at least 6 other witnesses.
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I was driving home after picking up my 9yr old from school,when vehicle in front of me came to an abrupt stop,I had to swerve right to avoid hitting them and hit my brakes"at this point my vehicle shut off completely in the middle of traffic I had to restart it then drove about 10 miles when my car started chimming and the service power stearing now and advance track control warnings came on I had no control of my vehicle I could not turn the wheel at all it was locked I managed to pull to the side of the road with extreme effort I thought I was going to break something trying to turn the wheel just slitely to get to side of road car had to be towed it undrivable and completely unsafe my son could have been seriously injured. Ford has recalled these cars for the same issue in 2011 and beyond why if they have the same exact function and parts not recalling these 1500$ to fix that I don't have,ive taking great care of this vehicle but have had nothing but problems the same day this happened I received a factory recall for the purge canister and gas tank,the car when I bought it was burning up calipers wheels were coming loose break pads shearing off and rotor after rotor pad after pad and 3 calipers and a battery later because break fluid shot out of my reservoir onto my battery shorting it out conducting a straight feed from pos to neg. Now this this is so dangerous if I was a less exsperianced driver this could have been tragic!!!is that really what it takes for this billion dollar company to be held accountable I mean we already payed for the vehicle least they can do is fix the problems they no have existed for along time before people die.
Returning from vacation, received "service power steering" message on dash, got car into driveway, turned off. Restarted car and had no power steering! only 42,000 miles on car. Called Ford re problem, was told no recall, $1400 to replace steering rack!!! what if the steering froze while driving???.
Pulled out of driveway, thought car died, looked at dashboard and message was 'power assist failure'. Pulled back into garage with no power steering. Waited 10 minutes, started car and no problem. Drove around block with no incident. Side note: filled car with gas yesterday and dash indicated car had 471 miles til empty which is above capacity for car.
My steering wheel is "locked". It has been doing this for a while now, but I would just turn the car off and turn it back on and it would work. Well on Thursday morning 9/14/2017 this didn't work anymore. I've researched this problem and learned there was a recall for this very same issue on the 2011 Ford Fusion, by the way my car is a 2010 Ford Fusion. These cars have the same electric power steering and what makes it so bad they are being replaced with the exact same part that is potentially defective. My local dealership says since it was not on the recall list I will have to pay for parts and labor because my car is a 2010 model but the recall is for the part, not the car. I don't feel I should be held financially responsible for a defective part just because it was installed in a vehicle not on the recall list.
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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 Is Tight problems||
|Steering Column problems||
|Steering Noise problems||
|Power Steering Pump problems||