Battery Problems of Ford Mustang
Ford Mustang owners have reported 10 problems linked to battery (under the electrical system category).
#1 - Battery problem of the 2007 Ford Mustang
The VIN of this vehicle was 1ZVFT80N67_. Consumer owns a 2007 Ford Mustang. The contact stated that the seat belt warning light failed. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer and the instrument cluster was replaced. The failure recurred approximately three years later. The contact also stated that the turn signal indicator would blink very rapidly whenever a turn signal was engaged. The vehicle was taken back to the authorized dealer and the cables which control the rear lights were replaced. In addition, the contact stated that the battery would drain very rapidly. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer and a large battery was installed as a replacement, but the failure continued. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer and the contact was informed that water was leaking in through the firewall. As a result, this was the source of all of the electrical problems. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure, but offered no assistance. The failure mileage was 1,800. This battery issue occurred Nov. 1, 2008.
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#2 - Battery problem of the 2007 Ford Mustang
The vehicle having this issue was a 2007 Ford Mustang. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1ZVHT82H47_. Lights go on and off when car is shut off, then had to replace battery. This problem occurred on Monday, January 4, 2010.
#3 - Battery problem of the 2006 Ford Mustang
The car was a 2006 Ford Mustang gt. 2006 Mustang gt manual transmission. Replacement of battery results in engine stalling with air conditioning on when clutch depressed. . The owners manual states on replacing battery the computer needs to relearn idle. This does not work at least not in a reasonable amount of time. The vehicle has been driven over a number of days with no improvement. With the air conditioner running and depressing the clutch either coming to stop or turning a corner the engine idle will drop far enough where the vehicle will stall resulting in a loss of power steering and power brakes possibly creating a dangerous situation. The vehicle ran correctly before the battery replacement and only has 22,000 miles. Googling this issue on the internet finds numerous problems which are identical of which owners of the 4. 6l Ford v8 (not just Mustang) are reporting idle and stalling problems after replacing the battery and with the issue not resolving itself as the owners manual states resulting in either a computer reflash or throttle body replacement. This defect could result in a crash causing serious injury or death. Ford should recall affected vehicles and have the default idle setting set for a higher value so the air conditioner when engaged does not result in the engine stalling. The idle of engine is erratic with the air conditioner on since it is engaging and disengaging due to the low idle speed < 500rpm. By not using the air conditioner the idle speed will return to its normal speed of around 600 to 700rpm but still fluctuates slightly. Not being able to use the air conditioner is not acceptable, especially in the south east. The control feed back of the idle system is incorrectly operating with the air conditioner load on it. This battery problem happened on Jul. 5, 2010.
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#4 - Battery problem of the 2005 Ford Mustang
The VIN of this Mustang is 1ZVFT80N65_. 2005 Ford Mustang fuel system, replaced due to system failure when filling car with gas, it broke again Ford will not or can not fix, manual 5-speed transmissions replaced 2 times and going out again, car at Ford 28 days in last 6 months for warranty repairs, Ford denies the car is a lemon. The failure date was Sat., Apr. 1, 2006.
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#5 - Battery problem of the 2005 Ford Mustang
The car involved was a 2005 Ford Mustang. The battery in my 2005 Mustang convertible has gone dead twice. There is a technical service bulletin out on this, TSB 07-5-13 which says to tell the owner to buy a battery charger. This TSB applies to 2005-2008 Mustangs, 2005 explorer sport trac, 2005-2008 expeditions and explorers, 2007-2008 explorer sport trac, 2005-2008 Lincoln navigator and the 2005-2008 Mercury mountaineer. Ford knows there is a constant drain on these cars that drains the battery unless the car is driven basically every day. They refuse to even replace the battery. This battery issue occurred 04/02/2008.
#6 - Battery problem of the 2005 Ford Mustang
The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 1ZVFT84N95_. 2005 Ford Mustang with parking brake problems which caused the vehicle to be damaged after rolling down a hill. Consumer is also expressing discontent with the Ford company. The consumer stated the door handles were replaced three times, the convertible top had to be replaced, a new fuel pump was needed which was recalled, a new radio was installed, and the battery was replaced twice. The failure date was 01/03/2011.
#7 - Battery problem of the 2000 Ford Mustang
The vehicle was a 2000 Ford Mustang. The VIN of the car is 1FAFP42X0Y_. I bought the vehicle used on may 03, 2003 from ramey Ford in tazewell, va and under the terms that they would check the clutch for vibration. Upon checking the clutch, I was advised that the clutch rod needed replaced and this was completed. After getting the vehicle back the first time, I have gone through an ongoing problem with the clutch making a vibration/rattle type noise that comes and goes even after the pressure plate, throw-out bearing, and fly-wheel were replaced. Also, for 3 1/2 to 4 months the service engine soon light would come on periodically and start blinking and then go off, this has finally stopped after 3 attempts at fixing the problem, after the pcm was reprogrammed and a coil pack was changed. For a car that looks brand new inside and out, these constant problems have been very troublesome and aggravating especially after 6 repair attempts (going on 7). It was Thursday, May. 15, 2003 when this battery issue happened.
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#8 - Battery problem of the 2000 Ford Mustang
The vehicle involved is a 2000 Ford Mustang. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 1FAFP4042Y_. I have a 2000 Ford 3. 8 liter Mustang. It has a vibration and covert Ford says its needs new motor. I bought this car new, took great care of motor, it just turned 70,000 miles. Covert says it has excessive end play on the crankshaft due to wear. I think I have an american-made problem. 70,000 miles???? thanks for any help that you can give me. They want $4,600. 00. I think Ford owes me most of that at the very least because I sure can't afford to fix it. You know its funny also because up to this point that car had never broken down and had never been in the shop . This is other than 15 oil changes two batteries and two sets of tires. . . I just think its not normal. Please help with suggestion. The failure date was Dec. 15, 2005.
#9 - Battery problem of the 1999 Ford Mustang
The vehicle was a 1999 Ford Mustang gt. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Ford Mustang gt is 1FAFP42XOX_. Battery was charging because amp was draining the battery. Vehicle would have to be jumped. Dealer replaced amp, and they said it was a design flaw. Vehicle would get stuck in reverse. Problem was intermittent. Management a dealership said it will happen time to time. The failure date was 08/01/2000.
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#10 - Battery problem of the 1996 Ford Mustang
The car involved is a 1996 Ford Mustang. The VIN of this vehicle is 1FALP42X1T_. Battery replaced. This issue happened on Feb. 1, 1997.
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Other Electrical System related problems of Ford Mustang:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||114|
|Instrument Panel problems||33|
|Dashboard Failed problems||12|
|Underhood Wiring problems||12|
|Dash Wiring problems||9|
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||6|
|Battery Dead problems||6|
|Instrument Panel Failure problems||6|
|Ignition Module problems||6|
|Electrical Failure problems||5|
|Horn Assembly problems||4|