Ford Explorer 2017 Vehicle Speed Control problems, defects and reviews. Updated October 12, 2017

Ford Explorer 2017 Vehicle Speed Control problems, defects and reviews. Updated October 12, 2017
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Ford Explorer Vehicle Speed Control problems and reviews: 1.

If you are driving a 2017 Ford Explorer, or planning to buy one, review owner-reported reported Vehicle Speed Control problems and defects.

Vehicle Speed Control Ford 2017
Ford
Location
Avon, OH
Model Explorer
System Vehicle Speed Control
Speed 65

Last Nights As I Drove My New 2017 explorer Off The Lot With Only 11 Miles On It, I Drove On Surface Streets And Then Onto The Highway. After I Got Up To 65 Mph The explorer Started To Lose Acceleration On The Highway. I Had To Get Off At The Next Exit And Then Had Great Difficulty Getting The Car To Move From 0 To 30 Miles Per Hour To Get Back To The Dealership Using The Side Streets. I Now Have A Loaner Car And I Was First Told It Could Be The Electronic Throttle Body, And Then After A Hookup To The Computer Was Told It Was In Transport Mode – However Nothing On The Instrument Panel Registered Any Problems. I Had Test Driven The Car On Saturday 3/18/17 Using Both Surface Streets And Highways, And Last Night (3/20/17) I Was Able To Get It Up To Speed On The Highway Again. The Experience Was Very Scary As I Had To Maneuver Out Of Traffic To Get Off The Highway At Speed Below 40 Mph Until I Could Get To The Side Streets.

Mileage was 20 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FM5K8FH1HG. Ford Explorer 2017 problem was reported in AVON, OH. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. VEHICLE SPEED: 65 mph.

Mar 20, 2017

Review owner-reported 2017 Ford Explorer problems, defects and complaints.

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