definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
31,022 miles

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2014 Ford F-150 miscellaneous problems

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2014 Ford F-150 Owner Comments

problem #9

Jan 082017


  • 45,000 miles


When remote start was used when it was cold outside the back glass busted. No recall on the truck. Had to file on insurance to have it repaired. We have found that this has happened on a lot of Ford F150 year 2010-2015 trucks.

- Lufkin, TX, USA

problem #8

Dec 272016


  • 22,125 miles
Put the rear defroster on for about 5 minutes. Started to drive down my road heard a pop sound. Stopped looked in rear, drivers side section of window was shattered (slider). Thank god my grandchildren were not in the back seat.

- Massapequa Park, NY, USA

problem #7

Dec 262016


  • 92,626 miles
After turning on the rear defroster for about 2-3 minutes the right rear window shattered. (if looking from behind its the far right out of the 3 part window. ) iturned it on and drove on a straight road for 1/4 to 1/2 mile at aprox 35 mph. We heard a loud pop/bang and looked around and found the shattered window. No puncture mark or hole from any object hitting it. Apparently this is a common problem according to reviews and news articles as there is a defect in the defroster over heating. Luckily it stayed in the window so we do not have glass every where but it could fly out every where at any second. This is extremely dangerous, especially if you have a child in the back.

- Nottingham, PA, USA

problem #6

Aug 312016


  • 39,000 miles


Driver's side rear window explosion after running defroster for 10 mins. Sounded like a gun was discharged inside of vehicle while sitting in driveway very unsafe! had to pay out of pocket as it was a liability to drive with shattered glass and Ford would not cover under esp.

- Purcellville, VA, USA

problem #5

Aug 082016


  • 46,000 miles
Low brake fluid level light came on while driving and brake pedal went to floor board.took truck to shop and they said seal leaked on master cylinder and fluid went into booster.had them replace booster and master cylinder

- Portland, TX, USA

problem #4

Aug 152015


  • 13,000 miles
Brake reservoir lost all fluid resulting in brake loss, after traveling 60 miles pulling an rv. On our first trip over the Continental divide we stopped for the nite the next morning we had no brakes and found the reservoir completely dry. Called Ford roadside assistance and were told it would cost $462 to get the truck to the dealer where I purchased the truck. I refilled the brake reservoir and drove home pulling the rv over the mountains to home. Ford told me that couldn't happen but it did they replaced the master cylinder under warranty and gave me a loaner car.

- Brighton, CO, USA

problem #3

Feb 032016


  • 19,800 miles


Driving down the highway at about 65 mph on a flat straightaway, 33 outside, and hear a noise like a gun went off. The rear passengers side window on the driver's side completely shattered. Dealer took a picture and Ford said something must have hit it due to the large lower hole with a radial pattern. There was nothing inside of the truck and of course the hole was large now due to falling apart with every bump I hit driving it to the dealership. I think Ford has a problem with their windows and of course blame it on the customer.

- Arnold, MO, USA

problem #2

Jul 142014


  • 1,400 miles
First, I crank my vehicle and allow to engine to warm approximately 3-5 minutes each day as usual. Once I begin driving a "loud humming" or unusual noise happens usually once I reach 30-40 miles per hour. This will happen several times during my driving time, and then cease all of a sudden. I am very disappointed with this issue because I just purchased vehicle on June 20, 2014 and now I am having issues with it. I was able to finally get into my local dealer (point of purchase also) to get a tech to ride with me because no lights come on during noise time. I am very frustrated with estabrook Ford in pascagoula right now. I called on July 17 to set up "check" for vehicle, but was told that they were very busy and could not check it until next week. I scheduled to have a leave vehicle at dealer overnight and return next morning so that tech could ride with me to "listen" for noise. Upon arrival, I was told that they tried to call me to reschedule because 3 techs and oil changer guy had walked off job. Well, this is untrue because I have had same number for 2 years, and have taken my vehicles in for oil change, etc. I told them that I could not take off work to bring vehicle back and I waited for tech to ride with me. Tech rode with me (very nice guy) and heard sound. He stated that it sounds like transmission because the noise occurs during shifting. They scheduled me to return vehicle this Wednesday after I get off work (August 5) to put it on rack to attempt to repair problem. My other issue is with Ford corporation! I am very frustrated to know that I may have ongoing issues with a "new purchase."

- Moss Point, MS, USA

problem #1

Apr 252015


  • 250 miles
This complaint is for the trailer towing and handling of my Ford F150 pickup with trailer tow packages, and integrated trailer brake rated at almost 8,000 gvwr. We have experienced excessive and dangerous trailer swaying with a 25 ft trailer on multiple occasions that weighs under 6000lbs. We have a load equalizing hitch along with sway control on the hitch. After reading other internet articles and discussing with my local Ford dealer they recommend upgrading the tires from the "P" series passenger car rated tires (P275/65R18), to a "load range E" truck tire. Its suggested that the wimpy side wall on "P" rated tires are allowing the sway motion to get out of control. If this is really the problem, then Ford is misrepresenting the towing capabilities of their truck. Who puts car tires on their trucks? its going to cost me up to $1200 in new tires to find out if this is the fix. Ford is ignoring this issue saying I just need to buy heavier duty tires and mine only have 1000 miles on them.

- Fort Scott, KS, USA

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