2004 Ford F150 8 cylinder gas from North America
Transmission replaced TWICE.
Cruise control failed to disengage multiple times.
Cruise control engaged uninvited multiple times.
Parking brake failed.
Who decided that Ford 150's should look like Tonka toys?
I have driven a 4x4 F-150 for work in the woods for the last 3 decades, but the 2004 model ended that for good.
Ford stopped offering this model in a stick and I had nothing but trouble with this auto tranny. Had it replaced twice with cautions from the shop that I should stop driving with a foot on each pedal - gee, ya think?
Left skid marks on the highway and still overshot my intersection whenever the cruise control failed to disengage.
The redesigned seats were back breakers, inside visibility stunk; the bed side came up too high for convenient retrieval of tools in the bed.
This truck turned me off Ford for all time. Between the nonfunctional design, non-functioning construction and insulting dealer service Ford Motor Company deserves to go on the skids.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 29th September, 2006
29th Sep 2006, 11:22
That's really pathetic to have such HUGELY serious problems with a vehicle by only 14k miles. Obviously a defective, unsafe, hunk-of-junk! I'm sorry you had such a horrible time with this truck. It's bad enough to buy a vehicle and have such serious problems, but to buy a NEW vehicle and have these sorts of problems so soon. No excuses, Ford. I don't think Ford could build a good automatic transmission if their life depended on it. This is major reason why I'm too scared to buy any Ford.