Ford F-250 2017 Service Brakes problems, defects and reviews. Updated October 12, 2017

Ford F-250 Service Brakes problems and reviews: 2.

If you are driving a 2017 Ford F-250, or planning to buy one, review owner-reported reported Service Brakes problems and defects.

Service Brakes Ford 2017
Ford
Location
Higginsville, MO
Model F-250
System Service Brakes
Speed 45

Trailer Brake Controller The Factory Trailer Brake Controller Is Not Working Properly When A Trailer With Electric service Brakes Is Properly Connected To The Truck. The Controller Has About A 30 Second Delay And Does Not Push Enough Electricity To The Trailer Brakes To Engage Them Fully. This Results In Longer Stopping Distance For The Truck And Trailer Combination, Possible Brake Failure For The Truck Due To Overloading Of The Brakes Which, Could Result In An Accident. I Have Had My Trailer Brakes Checked By A Professional. They Are Performing As They Are Designed To. I Have Contacted My ford Dealer And He Assures Me That My Factory Controller Is Working As It Should. I Do Not Believe Them. I Still Have A Trailer That Is Not Getting Enough Electricity To Apply The Brakes.

Mileage was 3500 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FTBF2A68HE. Ford F-250 2017 problem was reported in HIGGINSVILLE, MO. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. VEHICLE SPEED: 45 mph.

June 30, 2017

Service Brakes Ford 2017
Ford
Location
Wapwallopen, PA
Model F-250
System Service Brakes
Speed 0

I Just Purchased A New 2017 Vehicle From Tom Masano And They Have Been Hounding Me To Come Back To Them For A Recall And They Are 2 Hrs Away From Where I Live. I Just Had A New Baby And This Is A Huge Logistical Issue With Working Too Now. Plus Driving The New Vehicle Down There Would Be Additional Wear And Tear On The Truck, Even If They Offered To Drive It Down There. I Did Some Further Research As It Did Not Make Sense To Me As To Why I Was Being Told I Had To Bring In A Vehicle To Their Dealership And I Discovered That Tom Masano ford Is In Violation Of The Motor Vehicle Safety Act Enforced By The National Highway And Traffic Safety Administration (nhtsa). The Dealership Can Be Subject To Fines By The Nhtsa For Selling Vehicles Without Properly Fixing Recalls, Like This One That Was Released On April 1st Prior To When We Bought The Vehicle (purchased In July). Our Family Has Been At Risk For Weeks. It Also Sounds Like They Are Trying To Cover It Up By Not “marking The Vehicle As Sold In ford‘s Inventory” Until This Problem Has Been Corrected- Which They Stated Will Prevent Me From Getting It serviced Locally. I Am Assuming They Haven’t Marked It Out Of Inventory Yet Because They Don’t Get In Trouble Legally Or With ford- As I Am Sure This Is Not One Of Their Best Practices And They Would Be Alarmed To Know This Is Occurring. I Have This Documented In Voicemails And Emails Them Telling Me I Have To Go To Them Only To Get This Taken Care Of. I Finally Called A Local Dealer Myself To Properly Have The Issue Taken Care Of, But They Delayed This With Bad Information For Over A Week. The Recall Was For The Truck Rolling While In Park.

Mileage was 5 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FT7W2B64HE. Ford F-250 2017 problem was reported in WAPWALLOPEN, PA. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. VEHICLE SPEED: 0 mph.

July 17, 2017

Review owner-reported 2017 Ford F-250 problems, defects and complaints.

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