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Automotive electrical systems are very complicated and can it can be very hard to diagnose problems. That being said anything can be fixed. Your car is almost new and still under warranty, take it back to the dealer and explain any and all problems you are having, the dealer is required to repair your car. If your dealer refuses to repair your car, go to a different one and file a complaint with ford customer care. (the 1800 number can be found in the booklets or manual that came with your car.
If the oil change warning was not reset at the previous oil change it's letting you know about the 5,000 required change, and it will continue to chime until reset. See your manual or dealer for reset instructions.
had the same problem a month ago. checked guide book, they said could be gas cap not closed properly, so checked that. no change. verified oil, realized had only a pint of oil left! concluded that using sportshift uses lots of oil, so will go easy on that now. its a goos suv, but not a sports car. All lights were off after a few starts the next morning. no problems since. When i went to dealer, he had no advice or idea a about that. All they know is show me the money !
Now I am really depressed. We thought we have a change from driving Honda and Toyota so we decided to buy a new 2009 Tribeca. My first oil change for this car was 1800 miles, after breaking in. I replaced it with 7 qts of Mobile 1 Full Synthetic. Currently, the car has 8900 miles, that is 7100 driven; unfornately, I just filled 3 qts of new Mobile 1. Luckily, I check!!! Is this normal for Tribeca? If so, this is the worst investment of a lifetime. I won't ever buy Subaru again or recommend to anyone!!!
That is surprising and I'm sorry to read of your troubles. We have an 05 Legacy 2.5i with 68k+ miles and plugging along good so far......
I don't know what state you're in but there should be a lemon law applicable to the problem you're having. You're obviously under 3yr/36k manufacturer warranty. If I were you I'd formally request repair of the problem and not accept test/diagnosis without action. Sounds like you're getting a run around......