Common Ford Windows Problems

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Where Windows Complaints Happen

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Recent Windows News

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  1. Ford thinks there's a good chance windshields can pop off the latest F-Series trucks during a crash

    because they weren't properly bonded to the structure. And while no injuries have been reported yet, the automaker says this greatly increases the chances of something bad happening during a collision. Yep, that checks out. Owners should be on the lookout for recall notices during the first week of April.…

    keep reading article "F-Series Windshields Recalled for Popping Out During Crashes"
  2. Here's two things you never want to hear about your sunroof.

    1. The glass is too weak because of tempering issues 2. The glass is too thin because of weight issues. That combination is what's causing Ford's panoramic sunroofs to spontaneously explode according to a class-action lawsuit.

    The lawsuit refers to over 80 complaints sent to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) across 16 different models with sudden holes in their roofs. According to most, Ford is refusing to fix shattered sunroofs under warranty.

    Speaking of shattered, let's talk about hopes for a minute. We recently learned the lawsuit was dropped without a settlement. But don't cue up the sad trombone just yet. Help us keep the pressure on Ford by adding a complaint if you've had any sunroof problems.

    keep reading article "Panoramic Sunroof Explosions Spark Lawsuit"
  3. The 2017 Escape has barely even rolled off dealer lots.

    Well, you better roll it back because the popular CUV has been recalled with windows that close with too much gusto. The automaker provided very limited information but did say the power window system can exceed the "regulatory requirement for remote actuation closing force."

    That's a really fancy way of saying the windows slam. Ford hasn't announced when the recall will begin.

    keep reading article "The 2017 Escape's Windows Close with Too Much Force"