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Discussion in '2019-2020 Bullitt Mustang' started by Soco, Aug 1, 2018.
Sorry to hear this. Can you list the problems that occurred?
Very nice! Enjoy!
Interested to know as well!
Check engine light flashed, then limp mode, I have a scanner, low oil pressure and miss codes, had it towed to dealer, dealer has now had to change two sensors, the oil Pressure control Colenoid and now the oil pump with no resolution and had nothing but slow to no response from Ford engineers they have asked multiple times for an engine. 10,380 miles. And one disappointed customer.
Impossible to enjoy during the now 3 months without the vehicle and still making payments
Yeah the milage is pretty dang good when you are being nice... The story changes drastically when you channel Frank.
If you financed through Ford Credit, contact them and explain what is going on. i had a similar situation back in the late 80's. they suspended payments with no accumulation of interest. i later lemon law'd the car.
but beware they will charge you for the mileage if a new car is issued. this is one of the reasons i traded my '16 base GT for the Bullitt, instead of lemon law. 3 times for clutch start sensor in one year (TSB out there). i had 36k miles and thats about $16,000. best of luck with your situation. hope it is not something others will be dealing with.
So I did not finance with Ford credit as interest rate was ridiculous, but Ford customer service has assured me that upon return of vehicle they will pay some payments for the vehicle which I guess is about as good as I'll get