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Old 07-22-2014, 10:49 PM   #111
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Old 10-28-2014, 07:46 PM   #112
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My 2007 GT Coupe has been so called fixed 2 times for this passenger side water leak and is back into shop to fix again. This last time I was sick in bed and did not know it had leaked again and to my surprise the additional moisture inside the car with the windows up caused the center panels on my doors to become unglued and they just fell. I'm getting very tired of this repetitive repair along with the musky smell.
I have an 2005 mustang same problem noticed water leak in 2009 still was under warranty to to dealer and cost it me $150.00 to tell me drain valve was blocked with leaves and dirt and replaced cabin air filter.Told me to try not to park under trees.I wish the dealer would have told me this before I bought my car .I wouldn't have bought the car because where I live there are trees every where.What a joke !!!! Ford SUCKS!!!!! Built ford though. Quality job ! BULL**** !!!
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Old 10-28-2014, 10:41 PM   #114
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I had a leak this weekend which destroyed all my computers and wiring for my 05 mustang. It has become a all points bulletin for all Ford Mechanics which means it is real close to a recall. I have talked to several departments and if enough of us call this number and complain it will become a recall. Then any personal cash you had to fork out will be reimbursed by Ford. The company name is NHTSA and the number is 888-327-4236. Just a note the repair for the work is $4000-5000 to replace everything including labor.
I saw this post and i have a 2005 mustang that leaks i know this is an old post .Canyou tell me if there ever was a recall on this leak issue and can i still call the 1-800 number.Please let me know ,Thanks
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Old 10-31-2014, 10:31 AM   #115
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I thought I had a leak once, but I suspect my son didn't close the window all the way. On a side note, I live in the south and have noticed on rainy or even high humidity, not quite rainy days the ducting for the A/C will condensate and drops will fall on my leg. And yes, it is condensate, I have checked.
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