pretty bad
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
7,690 miles

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2006 Ford F-150 lights problems

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2006 Ford F-150 Owner Comments

problem #5

Sep 242007

F-150 8-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 20,000 miles


The contact owns a 2006 Ford F150. The contact stated that the air bag light continues to illuminate, the vehicle shuts off and has to be restarted, the fuel gauge displays incorrect readings, and the headlights illuminate and dim without warning. The current mileage was 31,112 and failure mileage was 20,000.

- Rockdale, TX, USA

problem #4

Jul 242007


  • miles
Contact: Crystal shaw, Ford Motor Company, 5700 granite pkwy, ste 1000, plano, tx 75024-6640 her fax number: 972-334-1832 go to : www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2006/11/ford_lemon_lineup.html I own 2006 Ford F-150 lemon. The lemon air conditioner was coming-apart within two weeks of purchased. The trucks requires numerous jumps. The lights fail nearly killing us. They still have not gotten my replacement vehicle, pay for my rentals, other expenses. This is lemon presents serious safety hazards. I have a 74 year-old handicapped mother. I need your assistance.

- Houston, TX, USA

problem #3

Mar 242007

F-150 4WD 8-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 18,452 miles
Was traveling back from declo Idaho from my fathers passing away, headed for boise Idaho at 11:00 pm, just passed jerome about two miles West the headlights and all other lights, interior and exterior went out at 75 mph on the freeway, in the vehicle I had my son 8 years old, my wife 40 years old, my mother 65 years old, and myself 44 years old we could have been killed by a merging or passing semi, but I quickly switched the headlight switch from auto to headlamp and the lights came back on, so I switched back to auto and we traveled 8 miles and the lights went out again, so, I repeated the same thing again by turning the switch back to headlamp, and the lights once again came back on. Then, I switched it back to auto again and they stayed on for about 8 to 10 miles and went out again. I switched them back and left the switch on headlamp and continued our trip home from declo no more problems with switch on headlamp mod. Also, I had fog lamps on this entire time which entailed pulling the headlight switch out to engage the fog lamps. Then a while later like a week I went to work at the airport at night graves. I got to work shut down the vehicle and put the keys on the floor as per pad to open vehicle, locked vehicle by pad and entered the building, about an hour or so later received a call from horizon employee that there was a vehicle with its lights on in the parking lot which was my vehicle. I returned to the vehicle and turned the headlamp switch from auto to headlamp and the lights went out when I locked the vehicle this time, and the same scenario happened a couple more times. I returned with the vehicle to lithia Ford of boise, and they held the vehicle over night and could not duplicate the problem, they have done this a couple times, and damaged the dashboard.

- Idaho, ID, USA

problem #2

Dec 262006


  • miles
All Ford light trucks, SUVS, and cars manufactured since 1987 all the way until 2006 need to have the headlights adjusted. I have been driving for 24 years and I have seen these vehicles switch from high to low beams and the lights are still too bright. This is dangerous because it blinds incoming traffic drivers. This is also true when Ford products are driven behind other vehicle. This is far too dangerous and the problem needs to be investigated.

- Rusk, TX, USA

problem #1

Nov 292005


  • miles
Design flaw of headligts on 2006 Ford pickup trucks and 2006 Dodge pickup trucks--too much stray light blinding on-coming traffic.

- St.Cloud, FL, USA

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