- Report: #656911
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Complaint Review: Ford Motor Company
Ford Motor CompanyInternet United States of America
Ford Motor Company Blown Engine, Blown Valve Cover, Complete vehicle loss n/a, Internet
*Consumer Comment: Did a little research..
*Consumer Comment: Guess you never heard the term "Ford Exploder"??
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Thinking of purchasing a new or used vehicle? I highly recommend staying away from Ford. I recently shipped my 2003 Ford Explorer as part of a government move (I am an active duty member of the United States military). When my Ford arrived at my destination and was started, the engine literally blew up. My Ford was towed to a nearby Ford dealer where it was determined that the issue was mechanical failure of the engine. Assuming something had occurred during shipping, I was surprised when the mechanic told me that sometimes the plastic pieces inside the engine cassette come loose, causing the timing chain to slip, and the valve cover to blow off. I was also surprised to hear there is plastic in the engine Anyway, my Ford Explorer was a total loss. Attempts to get assistance from Ford Motor Company were fruitless. To those of you who have had good luck with Ford products, I truly hope your good luck continues. [continued below]....
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This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/30/2010 03:58 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ford-Motor-Company/internet/Ford-Motor-Company-Blown-Engine-Blown-Valve-Cover-Complete-vehicle-loss-na-Internet-656911. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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