Not going to stop driving it till it totally dies
I replaced the timing belt at about 180,000. It started cracking and I didn't want it to break on me.
I replaced the water pump, since I was already there changing the timing belt.
I have done nothing to this truck besides the normal oil and filter every single 3000 miles (Castrol 10-30) and Motor Craft oil filter, spark plugs, wires, air filter, brakes, changing antifreeze, belts, and a few batteries and tires.
There's at least one dent and scratch in every fender of the truck. People look at it like it's a POC... But I know it's paid for itself a number of times. And I know how many miles are on it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 8th December, 2012