20 problems related to brake light have been reported for the 2010 Mercury Milan.
When stepping on the brakes the rear passenger brake light either flickers or illuminates half way. When we took it to Ford they said this was not covered by warranty and tried to charge us $500. This is obviously a malfunction on the manufacturers side.
The passenger side led brake light assembly is constantly illuminated as if the brakes are applied but they are not. Makes a safety hazard as it is distracting to drivers that are following and they may misjudge my braking. This is the second assembly that I have had go faulty. The first was the day I bought it but the dealer replaced the $400 part for free.
There is a serious brake light malfunction on 2010 Mercury Milan's that Ford dealerships are charging owners up to $1000 to fix, even on cars that are barely out of warranty! on these vehicles, when the headlights are on, the brake lights are continuously on, whether or not your foot is on the brake pedal! hundreds of complaints are flooding the internet with this problem and Ford is turning a blind eye to it! and, there is no recall!! we just found out we had this problem today after taking our car for its first ever inspection in the delaware lanes (which it failed due to the malfunction). This is a huge safety hazard. Owners of these cars are basically riding around with no indication of braking when their lights are on and no knowledge that they have a problem. People are going to be getting rear-ended in large numbers. Is it going to take people getting injured and/or killed like in the recent gm ignition key fiasco before Ford takes any action? something needs to be done.
Left and right brake lights stay on brake lights when lights are turned on.
Led brake light flickers on and off.
The contact owns a 2010 Mercury Milan. The contact stated that the rear brake light illuminated. The contact mentioned that there were no warning lights illuminated on the instrument panel. The failure recurred. The manufacturer was contacted. The vehicle was takenk to the dealer. The technician diagnosed that the tail light assembly needed to be replaced. The failure mileage was 49,500 and the current mileage was 50,000. Updated 8/12/cn.
If headlights or parking lights are on, left and right stop lights do not change brightness when brakes are applied. The brake light in the rear windshield does come on as it should.
At night (with running lights on) the left rear brake light remains on all the time and does not respond when pressing the brake pedal.
I was in the middle of making a left turn, when my engine suddenly stalled. I lost all acceleration in the middle of my turn, while oncoming traffic was approaching. My check engine light came on with code p2112. I had to pull over, shut the car completely off, and it was fine for only a few more miles. The problem is ongoing and the vehicle is not safe to drive on a highway. Intermittently, at speeds of 30 mph and higher, the vehicle unexpectedly stalled and showed signs of throttle body failure. The consumer stated all the symptoms he experienced, were consistent with the NHTSA action number pe13003. Also, the brake lights did not activate, when applied. Updated 11/05/13.
When the headlights are on the brake lights do not work. When the headlights are off the brake lights work. When you turn on the headlights the brake lights go on. The middle brake light in the rear window does work. Took car to Ford dealer, $149. For diagnosis. Dealer spoke with Ford and they are willing to make repair at a cost of $100. Rather then $1000. Which is what it would cost if Ford did not pay for repair. I noticed that others had the same problem. Now I am worried that something else may go wrong with the electrical system.
The contact owns a 2010 Mercury Milan hybrid. The contact was driving 35 mph and was advised that the rear driver's side brake light was inoperable. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, who diagnosed that the light assembly needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure who did not offer any assistance. The approximate failure mileage was 50100.
I was told by a CO-worker that I had a left brake light out. I checked and found that not only was the brake light out so was the lamp or running light out on the left side. On the right side the brake light worked properly during the day but at night with the running lights on the light shown with brake light brightness even though brake was not depressed. When the brake was pressed the light didn't change any brighter. I called the dealer and they confirmed that both lights would need to be changed. If I changed them myself it would cost $406. 00 for the left led module and $412. 00 for the right module. If they changed them add another $95. 00. I contacted Ford asking for financial help with this problem but received none. This repair in the past using two 1157 light bulbs would have been under $10. 00. I have not replace led lamp/ brake modules at this time. I will continue to save for these items.
The exact incident date is unknown. The right tail/brake light does not function at all and the left tail/brake light burns very bright like the brake is depressed but its not. This happens when the headlights are on but they function when the headlights are turned off although the right one is much dimmer. I have spoken to the dealership and was told that the entire light assembly would have to be replaced at a cost of 530. 00 per side and there wouldn't be a guarantee that they would last any longer. I have called Ford and made a complaint as well. I haven't gotten it fixed yet since its going to cost me over 1000. 00 and it may go right back out and happen again. I would like there to be some kind of a recall because I have searched online and have found numerous other reports for the same thing. It is a serious safety issue.
Both right and now left brake lights developed a condition where they turn on in their bright, breaking state whenever the head-lights are on. The dealer replaced the right light, at my expense a year ago. Now, I have to replace the left light. These repairs are $400 each. And there is no indication to the driver that this important safety system isn't functioning properly. I was notified by other drivers of the problem. Ford should recall and inspect these vehicles. Someone will be rear-ended because of this problem. The date of my "incident" is approximate. . Read more...
On or about 5/20/2013 I noticed a taillight and brake light failure on the right rear taillight assembly. I looked in the handbook for a bulb number and it was noted that it must be replaced by the dealer. I contacted the local dealer and was informed that this was an led assembly and the whole taillight would need to be replaced. I was further informed that the led's were not the problem , but the ballast in the electrical system that was causing the failure. I was then told that the replacement was $500. 00. Led's are supposed to last for thousands of hours, unfortunately, judging from the number of complaints on the internet, my situation is not an isolated incident. It is ridiculous to have to pay over $500 to fix a faulty brake/taillight. It then becomes a safety hazard as people may not be able to afford such an expensive fix for what would otherwise be a $3-4 bulb. The consumer should not have to pay for a poor design and a potential safety hazard. I did contact Ford customer service and was told there may be some post-warranty funds available, but that I would need to have the problem diagnosed at the dealer. A service tech diagnosis would cost an additional $110. 00 with no guarantee of any financial reimbursement. Now over $600. 00 for a brake/taillight.
Brake lights will not operate when head lights are on. This problem could have been defective when car was purchased. My dad is 86 years old and bought the car new as dealer demo in 02/ 2013. Hes was notified that his brakes were not working and when he returned the vehicle Ford would not honor the problem, I have investigated this problem on the internet and there are numerous complaints with this year model. My dad could have been seriously hurt if not notified bye a person following him. This cost him approxomitly 1000. 00 dollars to fix I feel Ford should recall these do to this problem.
I have a 2010 Mercury Milan with 40,000 miles on it. Recently someone pointed out to me that the driver-side brake light is continuously activated. Consequently when braking, drivers behind me are only notified by the right and center brake lights. It seems to only happen when the headlights are on. My research shows this to be a common issue with the 2010 Mercury Milan with some having both brake lights malfunctioning. Diagnosis says it is a faulty led brake light assembly, which would imply a bad circuit board. This is a serious safety hazard and should be recalled. I contacted Ford about it and they directed me to a dealer saying they, (Ford) would probably pay for the repair. After I contacted the dealer, Ford changed their mind and said that since I didn't¿¿t buy the car new, they didn't¿¿t consider me a "¿¿loyal¿�" Ford customer and will not cover any of the cost. It seems Ford is only concerned about the safety of their "¿¿loyal¿" customers.
The contact owns a 2010 Mercury Milan. The contact stated that the rear brake lights remained illuminated as if the brakes were being engaged. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The technician diagnosed that the circuit board was defective and as a result, the rear light assembly needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 52,000 and the current mileage was 53,554.
Carried my Milan premier for its required annual state of nc inspection. The vehicle failed the inspection due to the following: the rear led lights glowed in the brake light mode when the headlights were turned on. When the brakes were applied, the small rear light below the rear spoiler came on. Both rear lamp assemblies had to be replaced by a Ford dealer. Without the inspection I would not have known the problem existed. A search on the internet indicates many similar problems with Milan premier led lights. This is my first vehicle with led lights. Based on my experience, a warning system should be placed on vehicles with these lights if they perform in this manner when malfunctioning.
Tl - the contact owns a 2010 Mercury Milan. The contact stated that the rear driver side brake light would flicker on and off or would fail intermittently. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who diagnosed that the light assembly needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure who did not offer any assistance. The vehicle was not repaired. The VIN was not available. The failure mileage was 35,700 and the current mileage was 40,200. Kmj.