Question about 2009 Ford Flex
Makes clicking noise that wont stop until battery was disconnected.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i work at a ford dealership and its very rare to actully have a flex come in for somthing wrong... im sorry to hear about your missfortion
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Tell them you heard about a recall for the CAM PHASERS. When the noise is present and you rev the engine to 2000RPM the noise will fade away. This verifys the CAM PHASERS are acting up.
Usually the sound progresses to the DIESEL level. Further use can damage the engine. There is a service bulletin for this problem. Yours must be an early 2009, last I heard the problem was for 2004-2008 models with dual cams.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
check your battery for cold crank AMPS if battery is fine check positiv cabel from battery to alternator they are common problem on this vehicles
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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