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I just took delivery of my 07 GT today and I also have the same problem with less than 100 miles. I'm gonna live with it for a little while until I hear of a worthwhile fix. These strut suspensions are fairly simple so the fix can't be that complicated.
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2007 Ford Mustang GT Premium - Alloy Grey/Dove interior, 5 speed, 18" fanblades, 3.55 limited slip rear end, Brenspeed Tunable Induction CAI/SCT XCalibrator 2, Ford Racing Zero Heat Range spark plugs, Ford Racing Shorty Headers, Pypes catless X-pipe, Pypes Mid Muffler Exhaust, NOS Wet kit w/75 hp shot, CHE K-member brace with torque limiters, Powdercoated cam covers, brackets & pulleys. 297hp/312tq N/A
Got an 06 GT with 2000 miles on it and have the noise since new, two months ago. So shoud we make a new post, and post on it if you called the hotline on this particular problem? First step, what is the number. Then, I'll set up a tread on this. Shall we!?
Im not sure what the number is. I talked with the Ford rep and the General manager at the dealer. I drove it home after having it there 10 days. I had a loaner (ford 500that) that did not make a sound...got back in mine and that damm noise hit me the minute I hit the first bump in the road.The only way I can get rid of it is to turn up the radio. Go ahead and start it off and maybe we can get something done. I have had a bunch of new and used vehicles over the years and never had this type of problem. I traded a 2002 Ford F-150 Fx4 with 68,000 and did not make a sound. Every time I drive past the dealer I wish I had it back 14 mpg or not.
I've got an 06 V6 Pony and I definitely do NOT hear any such noise. It's got 10,000 miles on it now and I do a lot of driving in it, so I would expect I would have heard it. I know, you'll assume my muffler is drowning the sound out, but I didn't put that on until around 7000 miles, so I doubt it. Now what I DO have is that awful creaking/rattle in the dashboard. Drives me nuts! I can never seem to locate where exactly its coming from either. Minor complaints though with such a fun car to drive!
2006 Premium V6 Vista Blue Mustang, Pony Package, AVIC-Z1, Shaker 500 speakers, Light Graphite Leather Seats, Flowmaster American Thunder Exhaust, Steeda CAI, Brenspeed 93 Tune
I have a creek in the dashboard drivers side. If I push on the dash it goes away. I can fix that. I was tapping on the top of the headliner the other day while driving and that makes all kind of noise....but thats only if you tap on it. I have had people in the car that don't notice the front end but others have asked if I have a bad strut.
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