I'm in the Philly area, and a search on Ford's website shows 19 CFTP cars within 100 miles.
In the height of R frenzy, there were never that many around.
Reading this thread, they are around because the dealers are asking 25K or more over?
I question these types of responses. I guess a lot of people need to rationalize their willingness to bend over and take whatever is shoved their way, by attacking people with legitimate concerns as being paranoid.
Read the whole thread, did I miss a definitive answer to whether disabling the modem via fuse is sufficient to prevent the car reporting driver data, or does something need to be done so it can't connect to an open wifi?
Not a for sale thead, just trying to figure out what to ask. Autotrader seems all over the place, and of course that's what people are asking, not actually buying for.
Car has 22K on it, uses no oil, been on the track a few times, only mod MM Castor Camber plates. It's Ruby Red, with the...
He needs to do something with that. Base is not meant to be exposed. I'd take it to the highest end body shop in the area, you'll never be able to tell it was fixed.
Alternatively, the whole QP which connects to the roof and the other quarter needs PPF.
Ok, so as the title says, no A/C. I keep staring at the controls as if I'm going to find I have them set wrong, but alas, I don't think I do.
I think the consensus here for hot A/C has been the compressor. Do I need to get it checke out or should I get one on the way from Autonation White Bear...
Damn, I guess I should have bought the ESP for my 2017 before my warranty was up. I thought once they got past a certain number of miles they were "good to go" or as reliable as any other engine at that point. Sad to see the 29,000 mile failure.
What's going to happen once these cars haven't...