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My tranmission cooler failed at 28 k miles

Its in the shop now, covered by warrenty. I hope someone pursues going to television. I love my little escape but it has had problems. For it to be a big seller, and all the positive reviews I read months before buying my 08, I was sure I made the right choice. Im not so sure now. I hope Ford stands by it's products, if not , then shame shame on them and I'm sure the future sales of escapes will not be as good.

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    the old acronym still stands: F>O>R>D> Fix or repair daily!!!!

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