Ford Mustang owners have reported 251 problems related to electrical system (under the electrical system category).
Ever since I got my Mustang the fuel gauge was acting up and would sometimes give me a correct reading but most of the time it just sits at empty even after refueling. Then just recently I started driving into work when I noticed that my speedometer said I was doing about 100 mph on city streets and confirmed it was inaccurate when I came to a stoplight and came to a complete stop but the speedometer read 50 mph. When I got to work I stopped the engine and started it back up and I had to repeat this process 7-8 times to get it to reset back to 0 mph this was the first time that occurred since I got it.
See all problems of the 2005 Ford Mustang.
One week ago, or first week novemeber 2016, I had no ac at all. Gone, only the fans operated, and since I live in south florida I was very uncomfortable. I called Ford pompano where I got bought the car and the service person said he was familiar with my problem as many other model 2015 Ford Mustang had the same problem - no ac.
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The vehicles drivers seat motor stopped working. Cannot move the seat to a safe driving position. Was told by mechanic that the track was bad. The car has 55,000 miles on it.
See all problems of the 2011 Ford Mustang.
Takata recall I been dealing with a electrical problem with my car and its brand new. Every time I get in the car and turn it on and drive for about 5 minutes my music turns off and shows the horse symbol displayed on the screen and it comes back on 10 minutes later. But then sometimes it does that and then the display screen turns black and I can't turn on the radio or anything. And that last for a few hours or so. . It's really getting annoying and something needs to be done.
The fan blower motor 2p connector is damage. Mechanic indicate signs of melting and burning on the main harshness which relays the fan, and ac compressor. Also intense chipping of paint on left front quarter panel.
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On 8/18/16, I was driving on maryland state route 198, at about 40 mph, when the car began to lurch forward, stop, lurch forward as I came through a roundabout. I pulled over to the shoulder. I turned the car off, restarted the car, and while on the shoulder, I pressed the gas pedal, and again the car lurched forward twice and then stopped. Wrench light was lit up on dashboard (it wasn't lit moments before) and when I looked at the manual it said the car had defaulted to "limp to home" and I should see the dealer. I was more than 40 miles from home and called aaa. If this had occurred 10 minutes later, I would have been driving 55 mph on interstate 295 s and would have been in danger because that road has no shoulder. This car behavior mimicked what I experienced oct. 6, 2015 (lurching, dashboard lights looking like a disco ball), when the dealer had to replace the throttle assembly (service date oct. 7, 2015). However, the dealer is now telling me it is a transmission problem with the car showing tft sensor, p0710, p0713 code readings. This is the third major repair. On 11/23/12, the dealer replaced the instrument cluster, after I experienced an issue thanksgiving day with all dashboard lights looking like a disco ball and could not read the speedometer to know how fast I was driving while in baltimore on interstate 695. The car is 4 years old and has about 61,000 miles on it. I believe all three incidents represent safety issues. I did not know you could file a complaint until I began researching after this latest incident, and so include the the other two in this report.
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Pcm- engine begins to chug and stall at a stop/idle until engine completely shuts off. Must place in park, turn off ignition and restart ignition/car; driving safety hazard to have car shutting down in bumper to bumper traffic, at every stop sign, every stop light, and every time of idling.
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I was driving on the freeway going 60mph when all of a sudden my cars power just cut off and it went into limp mode and had the worst idle at 1100 rpm until I turned off the vehicle. I then turned it back on and the limp mode light went away but a few more miles up it cut power again and almost caused a wreck as I had to quickly think and get to the side of the freeway. It happened 2 more times that day til I got it home and got the engine code p2111. I found out later its a faulty throttle body that they used in fusions and other models and everyone is having this same issue of it randomly cutting off. It's a faulty throttle body that should be recalled!.
2015 Mustang 2. 3 l ecoboost, when at ideal for more then 5 - 10 min. It starts smoking white smoke from the tail pipes, the longer it sits the heavier the smoke gets. Steering : sometimes when turning left the steering wheel doesn't return to center, I have to pull the steering wheel, as if it is stuck. Transmission feels like it shifts hard sometimes and sometimes it does not. Passenger airbag : when someone is riding with me the airbag turns off. Driver side seat: has cooled seats. Doesn't work all the time, states it is on, but not feeling anything cool. Contacted Ford and they will not do much about it. Except tell me to bring it to the shop.
The car was in motion going down the interstate about 70 mph. All of the sudden the car speed dropped slowly until it reached about 20 mph with the gas pedal all the way to the floor and it would not pick speed back up. The service light came on and I pulled over. When the gas pedal was pushed while the car was in park it would not rev at all. Once the car was back in motion it would not go over 15mph. After the car was turned off and the battery reset the car was working like normal for a few days. Once again driving down the interstate out of nowhere the service light came on and the cars speed declined once again, once the car was turned off and reset it worked fine. This problem keeps happening with no warning.
For about 3 years, constant problem with water leaking onto my passenger floor board. I have to put plastic bags outside the windshield underneath the wipers every time it rains. This doesn't keep all the rain from coming in but it helps. I can no longer go through a car wash because it floods the inside of my car. I now have a plastic bucket on the passenger floor board in case it rains while I am driving so the interior doesn't get flooded. There is now a mildew smell in my car. There have been many complaints about this so it is ridiculous that we consumers have to foot the bill for an issue that Ford has known about for a long time. The last time I checked with a dealer a few years ago they said it would cost approx. $800-900 to try to fix; I'm sure some people have an extra grand laying around but I sure don't. Ford needs to issue a recall on this issue!! it is a safety as well as a health hazard, especially if people have small children. I am the second owner of the car and it started at about 70,000 miles.
See all problems of the 2006 Ford Mustang.
My engine has randomly shut off three separate times now. I have about 12,000 miles on mt 2015 Mustang gt w/pp manual transmission. The first time I was parked and it was idling, my friend and I both witnessed the idle dip, then 3-5 seconds later the engine shut off. The second time (was much more dangerous) I was changing lanes because of a car fast approaching from behind, I downshifted from 3rd to 2nd gear (30-40mph), let out the clutch smoothly, pressed the accelerator and the car did nothing, I looked down and the rpm was at 0 and "press clutch to start" was displayed on the gauge cluster screen. I quickly depressed clutch and restarted engine and took off to avoid an accident. The third time happened today 3/15/2016 I was again at idle and the engine just shut down without me touching anything, it again displayed "press clutch to start". I've read in forums that many people are having this issue intermittently, this could be a serious safety issue that can have deadly consequences. Please address this issue correctly rather than sending everyone home with the "we didn't find any issue" go-to response. Hopefully people don't have to get injured, or god forbid die, before this issue is taken seriously.
Cpsc: 2012 Ford Mustang: consumer stated while charging the android device the charging port burned the phone, and charger. The consumer also stated the power window on the passenger side would not go up or down.
My back passenger floor is soaking wet for no reason. I have had issues with my air conditioning. Dealership said I had a leak but could not find the problem. I researched when they couldn't find it. My car started to not only blow hot air, but started smelling moldy. My cabin air filter and the carpartment was full of water. The filter was soaking wet and full of mold. I change it and drained the water myself. My car ac ran better than ever up to yesterday. My ac is not blowing the ice cold air and their is lots of water on the back floor. I have heated seats. The electrical parts are under the seats. I was told by the dealership I have the best warranty but it doesn't cover water. It didn't cover the ac either. I'm told I'm going to have to pay another $300+ to fix my car when this is a problem with 2005- present Mustangs. . Read more...
Takata recall my 2009 Mustang has a defective passenger seat occupancy sensor. When no one is seated the airbag flashes code 16. When I fasten the belt on that side still unoccupied, the fault code stops, but the center dash lights up indicating passenger airbag is off. My research shows the problem is not unique to my car, and that it has and is an ongoing issue with many cars not just Ford. This vehicle is on the takata recall for drivers airbag replacement since March of 2015. As yet Ford does not have replacement parts. I believe the passenger seat cushion assembly which includes the bladder, sensor, and ecm should also be recalled. I live in hawaii (high humidity) and research has shown this to be the root cause of the failures. At this point the vehicle is completely unsafe for the driver and passenger in the event of an accident, the drivers airbag has the potential to cause serious injury or death, and the passenger airbag may or may not deploy or effectively prevent injury or death. Please respond with any direction.
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Car was parked in my driveway and after a rain storm I noticed the passenger floor was soaked with water. Water leaks in from the cabin air filter and drips onto the fuse junction box on the passenger side of the car. When drain holes in cowl gets clogged water builds up and then pours in the cabin filter then into passenger side flooding carpet. As water drips down it makes contact with the f j b and starts to mess with the electrical parts, ie power windows go up and down by themselves, dash light won't shut off, radio will not turn off and convertible roof keeps trying to go up and down. Only fix is to replace and reprogram the fjb but Ford no longer makes this part because of the known issues. I am told either to wait for replacement unit to be developed or buy a used one and hope it will work either way still have to pay $400. 00 for part and $250. 00 for reprogramming. This is a known problem that is being passed onto the consumer . This has happened to not 1 but both of my Mustangs 2005 and 2007 , same style with same problems.
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Tl-the contact owns a 2011 Ford Mustang. The contact stated that while driving 70 mph, the vehicle lost all acceleration without warning. The gas pedal was being depressed with no results. The service engine light became illuminated and the vehicle was able to be pulled to the shoulder. The vehicle was shut off. The vehicle was able to be restarted and driven, however, the problem recurred. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the electronic throttle body needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 72,000. Ed.
Tl-the contact owns a 2015 Ford Mustang. The contact stated that while driving at low speeds, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was taken to a dealer but the failure was unable to be determined. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 6,000. Ss.
Tl- the contact owns 2011 Ford Mustang. The contact stated that while at 75 mph, the wrench icon illuminated on the dashboard and acceleration immediately slowed. The vehicle was coasted to the side and was turned off. The contact restarted the vehicle and the wrench disappeared. The failure recurred. The manufacturer was notified of the failure but advised that the vehicle was not in recall and did not offer any help. The failure was not remedied. The failure mileage was 58,000. Also, the contact received notification of the NHTSA id number: 15v319000 (air bags) however, the part to do the repair was unavailable. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacturer was made aware of the issue. The contact had not experienced a failure with the air bags. Fe.
For a while now I have been experiencing after rain - water flowing through the passenger side firewall and along the passenger side kick board where the Smart conjunction box (fuse box) is. I have taken it to a Ford dealer who said he didn't know what I was talking about and would be $95. 00 to start looking in to what the problem is. This past Saturday, I parked my vehicle the key was stuck in the ignition and the car will not shift out of park. After searching online it seems this issue can be directly related to water damage. Water seeping in to the fuse box. I also found online where there are a number of model years that have had this issue. Now I am going to be stuck with a gigantic repair bill for a design flaw that Ford knows about and could of issued a recall for.
This 2005 Mustang was bought used about a year and a half ago. Within a few months we noticed the messenger side floor would be wet when it rained. Soon after the speedometer quit working. The extended warranty did not cover the repair. A few months later the heat and air control unit went out. These two repairs cost over a thousand dollars to fix. On October 102015 while at the drive up teller at a bank the car would not come out of park. Tried shutting it off but would not restart. Seemed to have complete electrical failure. No lights gauges or anything electrical would work. It was raining. After jumping the car several times we were able to get it home. We inspected the ecu and found green and white corrosion indicating water had been getting inside the box. When I called Ford they took a report but said they would not fix the problem unless there was a recall. There is a technical service bulletin issued TSB 07-14-6.
With no warning the electronic throttle body will fail causing the car to rapidly decelerate to its idle speed. In my case it happened on a city street in heavy traffic while the car was in motion. The motorist behind me almost rear-ended my car, and several other had to come to a screeching halt. The problem is dangerous, since it can occur at any time in traffic. It continued to happen after turning the engine off and back on. Since the issue is known in other Ford vehicles of the same model year range, the company should be communicating the issue to customers and proactively replacing the faulty part.
I was driving in the expressway at 60 mph when suddenly my car lost power on the acceleration. A wrench tool appear and the dashboard on the rpm clock . . . At that moment the car desaccelerate almost to 30 mph and I was unable to gain speed. I went to a side of the road, turn it off and restarted the car. Everything appear to be normal but the first thing I did was go to the dealer. They run a test on it and told me that the problem was related to the electeic throttle body. I dont understand how is possible to happend something like that when my car barely has 4 years. There is no warranty on ot and the repair for it is really expensive.
In city traffic at a stop light, went to step on the gas to accelerate, the engine started extreme shaking & the car would not go. Shut off the engine & restarted it. The wrench light & check engine light came on the dashboard and car went into limp mode & lost all acceleration. After multiple attempts at restarting, the car was not drivable. Had the car towed to the dealership, advised service rep of consumer satisfaction program 13n03 & was informed that Ford will not honor the program for 2006 Mustang.
The contact owns a 2007 Ford Mustang. The contact stated that water leaked into the vehicle from the front windshield cowl and made contact with the electrical wires. The failure caused the gauges to malfunction, including the tire pressure monitoring sensor and the fuel gauge display. The cause of the failure was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 109,880.
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|Instrument Panel problems||
|Dashboard Failed problems||
|Underhood Wiring problems||
|Car Will Not Start problems||
|Dash Wiring problems||