They are on pace to hit their 200k in June or July this year. If there is no fix until we and a stop sale until then maybe they will not hit it until q4. If that's the case there will be considerable rejoicing in the F150 lightning forums (and probably mme forums as well). Just have to keep the sales numbers of transit EV and escape phev low enough...It’s not based on time just in number sold so …. Depends on how many they have sold and how quickly they sell a lot more.
I disagree. Ford has taken a consumer friendly pro active approach. They have resolved the 12 volt battery issue and this problem only occurs with DC fast charging and extreme acceleration.That’s the risk of being an early adopter of technologies.
That Mach-E issue makes the XC40 reported issues not that bad to deal with actually.
1% of that 5300 vehicles has the actual problem. It takes minutes to tell if your is one of them.I disagree. Ford has taken a consumer friendly pro active approach. They have resolved the 12 volt battery issue and this problem only occurs with DC fast charging and extreme acceleration.
Looking at the Mach E forums, they are not filled with power failure/battery failure and dead as doornail posts.
Ford corporate responds and communicates with the consumer. And, they did not issue a recall where no service dealer has the parts,
More than 5,300 units of the all-electric Volvo XC40 Recharge produced between 8 September 2020 and 13 August 2021 are being recalled in the US. Water could enter a wiring harness, cause corrosion in the accelerator pedal's internal circuitry and distort signals from the pedal
Try reaching Volvo corporate.
According to Jalopnik, it's going to be an OTA fix. So I guess there is no part needed.1% of that 5300 vehicles has the actual problem. It takes minutes to tell if your is one of them.
Ford also has a recall with no parts available and a stop sale. Grass doesn’t sound much greener to me.
So they don’t have the software. Stopping sales so no hope of a solution on near horizon.According to Jalopnik, it's going to be an OTA fix. So I guess there is no part needed.
That’s not what I’ve seen with Mach-Es I’ve seen in the wild. Seems most like to goose it just as much as we do.I am betting Ford realized 90% of the owners drive mild and don’t need beefy tires so that took the extra range instead of a better handling larger tire.
....and Subaru too on it's Solterra....not surprising though, it's a joint-venture effort.