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Old 10-03-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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2014 GT with 5500 miles....6 speed auto....towed to dealer with trans slipping...engine revs..car barely nudges...forward or reverse. Same....tried manual mode...same....dealership pulling pan and looking for the obvious if there is such...contacting ford for remedy....anyone seen this on the new GT 5.0
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Old 10-03-2013, 10:27 PM   #2
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automatic trans? odd.. but its covered by warranty

any mods or prior symptoms?
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Old 10-04-2013, 05:59 AM   #3
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Kept stock for warranty purposes...boy am I glad I did....it's covered under warranty just sux to have a new car with major failure....hope dealership calls today with game plan....no warning....drove to work ...smooth as always...got in it to return home and it didn't happen...upon putting it in gear ...it didn't feel right....no solid,firm engage in gear..thought that was odd....give it a lil gas to accelerate ....ut oh....engine turned up but car failed to move.....if you rev the engine in gear it will start to crawl forward....it's an automatic trans...but to give you an idea of how it acts.....if it were a manual ...and you revved the engine to take off..it is like you just barely engage the clutch....just enough to barely roll or put the car in motion with the engine revving
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Old 10-04-2013, 04:08 PM   #4
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Is there a need to post this on every forum? Just take it in as it's under warranty. It's not the end of the world.
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Old 10-05-2013, 08:34 AM   #5
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In order to get a hit I posted it where I could...it's contributions like yours that make the forums fun...full of technical knowledge...I see you too don't limit yourself to one forum...
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The title of this forum reads "TECH". You have not posted anything even remotely close to tech but just want sympathy for a broken transmission. Sorry for your bad luck but shiit happens. Get it fixed under warranty and move on.
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Old 10-05-2013, 11:09 AM   #7
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Hunter1660 - Hopefully it will get fixed without delay, as Andy asked earlier any engine mods done on your car?

If so, warranty coverage may be an issue. Good Luck.
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Scottmach....The question in my thread ask if anyone has seen this before...not if the question was technical enough to suit the thread fairy.the moderators will move it if its in the wrong catoglory... Thx for your unprovoked criticism .in the future..if you've got nothing good to say...say nothing...and as you say....move on...thx vbstang...it's covered...it's new...here's hoping for a swift recovery
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I have a 2014 with the auto trans and everything is still good. I only have about 3,200 miles on the car though.

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Scottmach - chill. Hunter 1660's is a legit post.
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Damn. Did the dealer give you a loaner car? Have they tried blaming you for it?
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Scottmach - chill. Hunter 1660's is a legit post.
Actually no it isn't. He's contributed nothing here but came on crying about a broken transmission. Things happen. But it's not a technical discussion.
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The title of this forum reads "TECH". You have not posted anything even remotely close to tech but just want sympathy for a broken transmission. Sorry for your bad luck but shiit happens. Get it fixed under warranty and move on.
????? That's uncalled for.
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sounds like a legit post to me, good luck with the repairs!
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????? That's uncalled for.
Agreed, especially since the title of this section states "ANY questions about the 'Coyote' engine, TRANSMISSION, exhaust, tuners/CAI, or gearing can be asked here!"
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Old 10-22-2013, 04:04 PM   #16
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Picked the car up after 8 days and all the dealership done was drive my car hard,according to them.Initially they drove it 5-7 miles and something popped and the car started driving fine.put untold miles on car trying to duplicate problem.the problem is the car should never have left dealership to start with.According to fords tech hotline they recommended a stall speed test on torque converter.At least I wasn't charged extra by ford for a car that according to the dealerships email with the tech line,healed itself. I should've videoed the problem and the documented the cars milage..lesson learned.
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I'd PM Deysha (think its FordSrvc for the sn) and get her to elevate it. Giving you back the car after it made a loud noise isn't the proper solution, even though all the symptoms went away . At the very least they should tear down the transmission and rebuild it, then if the problem persist get you a new transmission.
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I'd PM Deysha (think its FordSrvc for the sn) and get her to elevate it. Giving you back the car after it made a loud noise isn't the proper solution, even though all the symptoms went away . At the very least they should tear down the transmission and rebuild it, then if the problem persist get you a new transmission.
Agree, she had done many good things for the forum memembers including myself. Contact her.
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Picked the car up after 8 days and all the dealership done was drive my car hard,according to them.Initially they drove it 5-7 miles and something popped and the car started driving fine.put untold miles on car trying to duplicate problem.the problem is the car should never have left dealership to start with.According to fords tech hotline they recommended a stall speed test on torque converter.At least I wasn't charged extra by ford for a car that according to the dealerships email with the tech line,healed itself. I should've videoed the problem and the documented the cars milage..lesson learned.
What dealer is this? My 08's rear gear was making racket and when I took it in the dealership had it for 3 days and "couldnt duplicate the issue" so they gave it back. 2 days later the noise returned and I made a tech ride in the car with me. after that they opened the rear cover and then all they did was add fluid and do the turkey baster TSB.
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What a thread, spoiled brats lip service, Ford dealers abusing ponies, it's a tech thread, no it's not. Let's just all get along, or no?
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