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1999 White C5 Coupe

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  1. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    Bronco 2.7L Failures

    I do not know the number of failed engines, but Ford estimates the engine defect affects 25, 538 Bronco’s: https://fordauthority.com/2022/06/ford-bronco-2-7l-v6-ecoboost-engine-failures-explained-exclusive/
  2. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    2021 Ford Bronco Engine Failure

    More information with two potential engine defects in 25,538 Bronco engines (according to Ford): https://fordauthority.com/2022/06/ford-bronco-2-7l-v6-ecoboost-engine-failures-explained-exclusive/
  3. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    Chrome Delete?

    I always thought vehicles with blacked-out trim and wheels looked like test mules, or the low-end model. But - to each his own. I don’t understand buying a new, expensive vehicle that you don’t the looks of and then changing it. Why didn’t you just buy a vehicle with blacked-out trim?
  4. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    2022 GT Clicking noise

    Any resolution to the problem?
  5. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    Aviator Climate numbers onscreen vanished!

    https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2021/MC-10202613-0001.pdf
  6. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    2022 GT Clicking noise

    Some HVAC actuators are easy to reach and replace. Some require partial or full removal of the dash assembly (on some vehicles). If you remove the battery cable - it will erase any stored trouble codes, which will prevent the dealer technician from identifying the source of the problem (if a code is set and stored). Since the car is under warranty, I would not remove the cable and suggest having the dealer evaluate and repair the car. There MAY be a TSB available for the dealer technician to quickly determine the source of the noise. Best wishes - let us know what the dealer determines.
  7. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    2022 GT Clicking noise

    There are multiple HVAC actuators - especially on vehicles with dual-zone HVAC systems. The system can be placed into calibrate mode by the dealer’s hand-held scanner, or on most vehicles, they also default to self-calibrate mode when the battery is disconnected and then reconnected. SOME vehicle have a process for the owner or technician to place the system into self-calibrate mode, by pressing a variety of HVAC buttons or holding one down for a length of time. This information is often not in the owner’s manual - but rather the service manual. Usually the clicking means the actuator is defective, or the mode door connector to the actuator is broken or dislodged.
  8. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    2022 GT Clicking noise

    Haven’t had the problem - but your description sounds like a HVAC actuator that is self-calibrating, or defective, causing the clicking noise. The actuators self-calibrate when the battery is disconnected (or placed in calibrate mode). If it continues to click - there is a defect.
  9. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    2021 & 2022 F-150 Safety Recall

    Ford has issued a safety recall for a large number of 2021 and 2022 F-150 pickup trucks, which involves a repair to prevent the vehicle’s driveshaft from fracturing: https://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/ford/2021/12/27/ford-f-150-truck-driveshaft-recall/9022359002/
  10. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    Production date delayed AGAIN

    https://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/ford/2021/12/20/2022-mach-e-seatbelt-tax-refund/8967395002/
  11. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    Another Mach-E Safety Recall

    Ford has issued a new safety recall that involves certain Mach-E models and Maverick pickup trucks, regarding defective rear seat belt anchor points: https://www.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/ford/2021/12/20/ford-issues-recall-2-600-mach-es-and-mavericks/8973216002/
  12. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    New Bronco Sport Safety Recall

    Ford is issuing a safety recall involving the braking system on some 2021 Bronco Sport models (and some Escape models) for a braking defect, which was revealed during a NHTSA compliance audit of the braking system: https://www.futurecar.com/5038/Ford-Motor-Co-is-Recalling-the-New-Bronco-Sport-Escape-SUVs-for-Underperforming-Brakes
  13. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    Aviator Climate numbers onscreen vanished!

    No, I don’t work with software. I am a consumer, and purchase and use products that contain software. A software “bug” is nothing more than a clever name for a man-made software defect that attempts to deflect blame for the error. .
  14. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    Aviator Climate numbers onscreen vanished!

    You’re correct. But it is worse that Lincoln-Ford removed the feature from their customer’s vehicles without their permission, and didn’t tell them.
  15. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    Ford isn't scoring any points

    The really sad part about your issue it that a new vehicle should be delivered to the customer with ZERO defects. The vehicle was built new, should have been inspected by quality control employees at the plant, when received by the dealer it should have been inspected - and then a dealer service employee is PAID to do a pre-delivery inspection to ensure the vehicle is in perfect condition. All of the employees from the plant to the dealer that didn’t do their job right should be disciplined and/or fired. Good luck.
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