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10.0

really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 10
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
11,187 miles

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1995 Ford Mustang cooling system problems

cooling system problem

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1995 Ford Mustang Owner Comments (Page 2 of 3)

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problem #24

Jan 252002

Mustang

  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Nhts recall 01 V 390 000/ manufacturer's recall 01S30 engine concerning cooling fan bearing. Vehicle was not overheating until the vehicle was repaired under this recall at: James hodge Ford; idabel, ok; phone# 580/286-7676.the dealer has been notified. Feel free to provide any further information.

- Idabel, OK, USA

problem #23

Apr 222002

(reported on)

Mustang

  • miles
Rec'd recall #01V390000. Took vehicle to dealer for repairs of cooling fan. After repairs were done & was driving vehicle, the remedy failed. Fan stopped working. Caused engine to get hotter & then blew radiator & reservoir caps off. This had damaged the vehicle.

- Moulton, AL, USA

problem #22

Apr 172002

Mustang

  • miles
The consumer receive a recall number#01S30 for the cooling fan. The vehicle is overheating after the recall was done. Nlm

- Stanton Island, NY, USA

problem #21

Dec 012001

Mustang

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Engine head gasket went out while the consumer was driving. The first time consumer had to change the heads and gaskets. Both times the fans failed.

- Gibson, LA, USA

problem #20

Apr 012002

(reported on)

Mustang

  • miles
While driving 35-40 mph and without warning vehicle overheated. Mechanic stated there was recall 1I011000 concerning engine cooling fan overheating. However, it only covered up to 100 thousand miles. Consumer had 117 thousand miles on vehicle.

- Kennesaw, GA, USA

problem #19

Apr 012002

(reported on)

Mustang

  • miles
While driving cooling fan motor burned, and melted wires. Motor burned again. Took to dealer. Dealer would not fix because connector was not there.

- Ironton, MO, USA

problem #18

Aug 012001

Mustang

  • Manual transmission
  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

While at a stop consumer noticed smoke under the hood. Consumer popped hood and vehicle was on fire. Cause was unknown. Consumer states that while vehicle was stopped fan motor bearing seized causing fun to lock up and caused wiring to overheat and ignited the engine, vehicle has been recalled but dear refused to repair, NHTSA campaign id number: 01I011000.

- Conway, AR, USA

problem #17

Mar 012002

Mustang

  • miles
Oil and water guage kept going to high. Took vehicle to dealer for recall 01I011000 repairs on circuit breaker in cooling fan. Dealer replaced oil sending unit, but problem still occurs.

- New Brawnsels, TX, USA

problem #16

Mar 182002

Mustang

  • miles
Consumer had taken vehicle to dealer for a recall on engine cooling fan. But, dealer instead of repairing fan stopped working. They had to replace fan, but still were not working on it.

- Houston, TX, USA

problem #15

Nov 142001

Mustang

  • miles
Prior to recall 01S30, the engine overheated with smoke billowing from underneath the vehicle hood. Also, after the first repair the vehicle seriously overheated again. The consumer was asking the manufacturer to reimburse him for the two repairs.

- La Crosse, WI, USA

problem #14

Feb 192002

Mustang

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Vehicle overheated while consumer was driving, and there was coolant all over the engine. Dealer replaced thermostat, but the problem still occurred. Consumer states that Ford recalled the vehicle as the engine cooling fan could over heate and cause a fire, campaign#01I011000, the fan was inspected and a circuit breaker was installed, the circuit breaker turned off this fan once the vehicle was placed into forward motion, this caused vehicle to overheat. Vehicle towed to a local Ford with some minor fire. Consumer traded in the vehicle with different problems like vibration and engine noise.

- Lakenster, PA, USA

problem #13

Jan 042002

Mustang

  • miles
Vehicle was taken in to the dealership to get a recall repairs doneon engine cooling fan. But soon after taking vehicle out of dealer it caught on fire.

- Pananma City, FL, USA

problem #12

Jan 012001

Mustang

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles
While consumer was driving, head gasket blewout. There was no prior warning. Vehicle became inoperable, and there was a puddle of oil on the ground. Consumer stated the cooling fan stopped working.

- Gulf, NC, USA

problem #11

Jan 292002

Mustang

  • miles
Vehicle was serviced on 15-Jan-2002 for recall campaign 01V390000/engine cooling fan bearing. After vehicle was serviced for recall and driven 35 mph, engine overheated and vehicle stalled. Dealership examined vehicle and determined engine cooling fan has failed and repairs were being made to correct the problem.

- Houston, TX, USA

problem #10

Nov 112001

Mustang

  • miles
While driving had found out that vehicle caught on fire without a prior warning. Dealer was contacted, and they said that fire had started at cooling fan, just like mentioned in recall 01 I 011 000.

- Chula Vista, CA, USA

problem #9

Jan 282002

Mustang

  • miles
NHTSA# 01 V 390 000/manufacturer's recall 01S30 concerning engine cooling fan bearing. Consumer informed dealer delta Ford, vicksburg, ms; phone# 601/636-5323 of a problem with cooling fan not working properly. Dealer stated that they only replaced circuit breaker. Asking NHTSA to assist in this matter. Feel free to provide any further information.

- Port Gibson, MS, USA

problem #8

Jan 042002

Mustang

  • miles
Vehicle starting to over heat, cooling fan not coming on during normal operation, only operated while A/C was on. Received recall 01S30, dealer set appt.1/08/02.vehicle not driven 5days prior. Dealer had vehicle 4days, installed circuit breaker, stated vehicle ready, but still overheating, head gaskets damaged.warranty would not cover, fan was not seized up, therefore it works.believe additional problems with fan exist.

- San Antonio, TX, USA

problem #7

Jan 222002

(reported on)

Mustang

  • miles
Vehicle was within recall regarding coolant fan, after repairs vehicle was still overheating.

- Phonix, AZ, USA

problem #6

Jan 142002

Mustang

  • miles
While driving engine overheated at all time. Took vehicle to dealer, and they found out that radiator fan had burned, and caused radiator not to operate.

- Tracy, CA, USA

problem #5

Jan 142002

Mustang

  • miles
While driving, engine used to overheat until consumer took vehicle to dealer, and they found out that radiator fan had burned without a prior warning.

- Garla, TX, USA

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