2011 Ford FUSION Wheels problems & defects.

2011 Ford FUSION Wheels problems & defects.
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If you are driving a 2011 Ford FUSION, or if you are planning to purchase one, then it is important that you review reported Wheels problems and defects. Total reports: 12.

Had To Have Flat Tire Repaired. When Technicians Tried To Place Wheel On 2011 fusion Two (2) Of The Wheel Bolts Twisted And Would Not Hold At The Required Torque Level. Had To Replace Two Of The Five Wheel Bolts. Took Car To ford Dealer To Have All Wheel Bolts Replaced. Their Response Was That They Could Not Find Anything Wrong With Bolts, Had No Technical Bulletins, Safety Issues, Recalls, Etc. And Would Not Even Repay For The Two Bots That Were Deformed. The Two Deformed Bolts Were Given To The ford Service Department. I Gave Them Evidence Of The Problem, Complete Description, Repair Shop That Found The Problem, ( Whom I Have Used For Over 30 Years), And Got The Answer, If It Happens Again Bring It Back. I Hope When I Bring It Back It Is Not After An Accident Where Someone Is Injured.if You Have Questions, Please Contact My Father, Kenneth Seal. *tr

Mileage was 8652 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):3FAHP0HA7BR. FORD FUSION 2011 problem was reported in FRANKLINTON, LA. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 4 CYLINDERS. FUEL TYPE: GAS. VEHICLE SPEED: 0 mph.

Aug 23, 2011

While Performing The First Tire/wheel Rotation On Our New 2011 ford fusion Sport With Aluminum Wheels More Than One Wheel Stud Broke Off When Torquing To Factory Specifications. The Factory Manual Calls For A Torque Of 100fp. Initially Lacking The Factory Torque Spec I Started With 75fp And Even At 75fp Felt One Lug Nut Turn What Felt Like Too Far As Compared To The Others. I Obtained The Torque Value From The Owners Manual (100fp) And Proceeded To Complete The Torque To The Recommended 100fp. One Stud Then Twisted Off Prior To Reaching 100fp. Having Seen That The Nhtsa Is Performing An Investigation I Thought I Would Add The Following. It Occurs To Me That With The Aluminum Rims And The Shape Of The Lug Nut There May Not Be Enough Friction Between The Lug Nut And The Wheel To Allow For Proper Torque. *tr

Mileage was 14000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):3FAHP0DC4BR. FORD FUSION 2011 problem was reported in FALL CITY, WA. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 6 CYLINDERS. FUEL TYPE: GAS. VEHICLE SPEED: 0 mph.

Sept 19, 2011

The Contact Owns A 2011 ford fusion Se. The Contact Noticed That A Lug Nut Was Missing From The Front Driver

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