38 problems related to brake light have been reported for the 2010 Mercury Milan.
Got a ticket for driver side brake light being out. Next day found out brake light is $300 that is insane this is not a high end vehicle. An led light is the cheapest light ever invented. If Ford doesn't make this a recall I will never purchase another Ford product again . . . . . Total ripoff!.
Passenger side brake light went out completely without warning. The replacement led assembly costs upwards of $400 to replace. Led bulbs should have a life span of >10 years. Several other complaints filed with the NHTSA lead me to believe that this is the result of a faulty part.
At approximately 9:00pm I was pulled over by a a police officer who advised me that my passenger side brake light was not working and in fact was staying on all the time. After researching this problem I have found that many, many owners have this same issue yet Ford/Mercury has not recalled the affected part. Obviously this is a potential hazard as drivers behind me may be confused when looking at my brake lights but not seeing a change. Also, I assume that this will affect my vehicle passing inspection in my state. Apparently this part costs over $400. 00 to replace and many people cannot afford this expenditure.
The contact owns a 2010 Mercury Milan. The contact stated that the rear passenger side brake light failed to work. The vehicle was under warranty and was taken to the dealer who stated that the rear light assembly needed to be replaced. The warranty covered the repairs, but the vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the issue. The approximate failure mileage was 67,000.
I recently purchased this "certified" Mercury Milan on 10/25/14. I have only had it for less than 3 wks and the right brake light went out. I only knew this because I was pulled over by our local police dept. And was given a warning. I tried to find this in the local auto store and found out it needed to be purchased by the dealer. I then contacted the dealer and was told to bring it in. I was told a ticket would be created and given to sales and I would be called the next day. Since the vehicle was still "new" to me I thought it would be covered under my warranty. I waited 2 days and no response. My spouse went into the dealer and was told that the brake light assembly was not covered by the warranty and that the cost to us would be $500. I feel that this is a major safety hazard that many consumers cannot afford and many accidents will be caused. I do not even feel safe driving my grandchild in this vehicle for fear of him being injured if I get rear ended. I feel do to this being a safety concern that Ford would do a recall after having so many complaints about it. I have called Ford motor CO. @ 800-392-3673 to voice my concern. The more that call maybe something will be done before an innocent person loses their life because of a faulty system that this company is very aware of. .
Right rear tail lamp / brake light assembly inop again. This is my 3 assembly that has failed in 15 months. It is an led assembly, it costs $375. 00 for the part. You can't replace a bulb. This should be covered under a safety recall.
We were informed by a individual in a passing car that our brake lights were not functioning properly one evening. We took the car to a dealer to get the oil changed and exterior brake lighting issue resolved. We were told that that the brake lights needed to be replace and because it was part of an assembly, the total charge would be $1281. 87 which included an oil change and diagnosis. I felt I had no choice but to replace the lights rather than endanger us or some other individual(s) on the road. I called Ford and received a case # but as of 11/21/14 I have heard no response. Going to this site there is 89 out of 438 complaints about this same issue. I do not believe that these led lights should go out this quick nor that if needed to be replaced, should require the whole brake assembly to be replaced. This is a engineering design failure. Ford claims "quality is job one. This is not the case with this issue. I believe the NHTSA needs to address this and issue a recall.
It has been three weeks since I purchased a 2010 Mercury Milan with 41,000 miles but last night I discovered both rear brake light illuminated with the headlights on. My profession is in the safety field which leads me to say that if this vehicle was on my job site it would be tagged out of service due to improper safety equipment. I have had issues with Ford motor company in the past and even though I do like their products they have to take responsibility and be accountable for what they sell to individuals. There should be a recall for this safety equipment. I will not allow my family to operate this vehicle in it's present condition.
The left rear outer brake light assembly led lights have failed. I expected to be able to pick up a replacement at the local auto parts dealership. I found out that I had to get the part from my Ford dealer. I can not simply replace the led assembly. It will cost nearly $400. 00 for me to purchase a new brake light assembly. This is a ridiculously high price to pay for the replacement of a brake light. I fear the high cost will cause many Milan drivers to continue to drive without adequate lighting on their vehicles. Ford should either replace the part for free, or greatly reduce the cost of the assembly due to their design failure.
Driver side rear brake light staying illuminated constantly as if the brake is pressed and nearly caused crash (I had two small children sitting in the back of my Milan), had the vehicle behind me not went into the ditch a collision would have been inevitable. Please look into this problem as it has the potential to cause bodily harm and injury to the occupants. I had no idea there was a problem with constant illumination until this point. Upon scheduling an appointment at the Ford dealership and doing a little research I see this is a frequently reported problem but no recall has yet been issued nor an investigation. Also since learning of this problem this morning and observing the vehicle brake lights there is also a flicker of lights every so often.
This is another documentation of many other owners whose brake lights on a 2010 Mercury Milan were not functional without any knowledge of the owner or driver, causing potential for accidents. During daylight hours or when the headlights do not come on automatically, the left brake light works normally and the right brake light is sporadic, not working abut 70+% of the time. When the headlights are on the left brake light is brighter as if the brake was on and the brake light does not change intensity. The right brake light does not go on but the rear light works. The center brake light always works regardless of whether the headlights are on or not. There is no indication on the dashboard that any light is malfunctioning. I only discovered this by following my wife home after we had our daughter¿s car in for service. I since followed her for about 20 miles on another day to confirm this situation. We took the car to the dealer who quickly diagnosed the problem, faulty brake light assemblies and two days later, and $847 payment the problem was fixed, for now.
My neighbor informed me that the rear brake light is out. It is not safe and it is illegal to drive without fully operating brake lights. This car only has 30,000 miles on it. Ford has to replace a complete rear lamp module which includes other rear lights that still work, to the tune of $300 to$400. My brother-in-law has owned 50+ cars over many years and he said he has never had to replace a brake light. Ford should be replacing these defective led brake lights as a technical/safety recall.
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.
I have had to replace both brake lights on my 2010 Milan. Now that they are led with a computer the cost is $400 a piece. Not a good thing.
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.
Tl-the contact owns a 2010 Mercury Milan. The contact stated that when the headlights were engaged, the driver's side brake light failed to illuminate. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic. The technician replaced the driver's side brake light. However, the failure recurred. In addition, the contact stated that the driver's side door handle fractured. The contact mentioned that in order to exit the vehicle he had to use the exterior door handle. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 72,000. Pam.
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.