Common EcoBoost Problems

  1. EcoBoost Engine Fires

    The EcoBoost engine has a design flaw in the engine block and cylinder head that allow coolant to leak into the cylinder. When those leaks begin drivers can expect misfires, overheating, engine fires, and catastrophic failure. …

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  2. 3.5L EcoBoost Shakes

    Ford promised a direct-injected EcoBoost engine capable of producing power while achieving better fuel efficiency. But owners generally categorize the engine as under-powered, prone to catching on fire, and subject to shaking, shuddering an…

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Where You'll Find These Problems

  1. 3rd Generation Expedition

    Years
    2007–2017
    Reliability
    54th of 94
    PainRank
    8.38
    Complaints
    298
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  2. 12th Generation F-150

    Years
    2009–2014
    Reliability
    93rd of 94
    PainRank
    66.09
    Complaints
    1456
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  3. 2nd Generation Fusion

    Years
    2013–2020
    Reliability
    74th of 94
    PainRank
    24.4
    Complaints
    644
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  4. 3rd Generation Escape

    Years
    2013–2019
    Reliability
    88th of 94
    PainRank
    45.69
    Complaints
    968
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