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Typical Repair Cost:
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Average Mileage:
7,600 miles
Total Complaints:
1 complaints

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  1. take it back to the dealership again and have it diagnosed (1 reports)
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2022 Ford F-150 fuel system problems

fuel system problem

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2022 Ford F-150 Owner Comments

problem #1

Jan 092024

F-150 Platinum V8

  • Automatic transmission
  • 7,589 miles


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gas gauge doesn't register full gas gauge doesn't register full

Seriously considering a Toyota Tundra (Been buying F150's since 1998) after HORRIBLE customer service from Ford and the local dealer in Greer SC. They have had my 2022 Ford F150 Platinum V-8 there several times, had to be towed after what sounded like a loud explosion inside the truck from the sound system and then loud static noise making it unsafe to drive (total more than a month ) and every time they touch it, I end up getting it back with more problems requiring another visit with check engine light on, Fuel gauge that only registers 7/8 after a fill up. (this happened after the last visit they replaced the fuel pump and R&R the tank for defective fuel pump) On board power not available after they did an update for flickering light recall. They don't provide loaners and a rental truck costs $95 of which Ford only pays $60. Tons of Recalls, HASSLE trying to schedule service for wiper motor recall, they can't even promise they will have the part when you bring your truck in with an appointment. The truck only has 8,000 miles on it. REALLY?? FORD SUCKS!.

I have a 2024 on order since 11/2/2023 and Ford apparently isn't releasing them even though it has been produced due to "Quality" issues. An article in Ford Authority recently published "Regardless, Ford CEO Jim Farley recently stated that the automaker is using the Toyota Tundra as a quality benchmark for the 2024 F-150, so it’s certainly possible that the automaker won’t begin deliveries until it rectifies any potential issues it has discovered early in the production process." I would expect better from FORD after paying $70,000 for a Ford truck! The new one is over $80,000. Ford better wise up or expect to lose market share! Toyota can't be worse if Jim Farley mentions they are holding up delivering 2024 F150's to meet Toyota Quality . Time for Jim Farley to be replaced since he is failing MISERABLY! Sick and tired of all the recall notices on my 2015 F150 Lariat, XLT and 2021 Ford F150 Limited with Powerboost. Think twice before buying an F150!

- Rob G., Greer, SC, US

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