hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
91,750 miles

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2006 Mercury Milan engine problems

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2006 Mercury Milan Owner Comments

problem #4

Aug 112015


  • 84,000 miles


Had to have vehicle towed to repair shop. Starter was burned out, part was replaced. Check engine light came on and codes read throttle body. I have very subtle issues with the acceleration of my vehicle, but this is the 2nd throttle body code to pop up in the last two years. I assume that it will soon be a problem. Seems to be a very common issue with Fusion/Milan. The only thing more common is the door handle breaking. Funny thing is that I got a recall for the floor mat that does not even cause problems. Part should be covered. Going to try cleaning it, hoping for the best.

- San Antonio, TX, USA

problem #3

Jul 292015


  • 94,000 miles
As I was trying to pick up speed from 35 mph my car started to slow down an my check engine light came on. I immediately took it the mechanic to get the diagnostic test ran on it. It showed that I had a bad ignition coil and spark plugs. I bought the coil from Ford and when I got it put in my car 3 minutes later that same coil I bought exploded again! ima mechanic called Ford they said it was a recall on this cars PCM. I've read about this problem from numerous people. Ford needs to do something about this!!!

- Dayton, OH, USA

problem #2

Sep 012014

Milan 4-cyl

  • 95,000 miles
Turned my car on one morning and a wrench indicator light came on followed by the check engine light upon driving to my repair shop to get problem looked at noticed a significant decrease in acceleration power and vehicle was in "limp mode" my mechanic told me. Looked up the issue and found it was a common issue with my make and model and that a complaint has been submitted for a recall of the throttle body on my vehicle and many others so I am submitting my complaint to help get this issue put into recall status as the part is fairly expensive and I don't believe we as a consumer should have to pay out of pocket for a defect from faulty parts installed on the vehicle at the factory.

- Sheffield , MA, USA

problem #1

Jun 032013

Milan 4-cyl

  • 94,000 miles
Put my car into park and my key refused to come out of the ignition. I tried numerous times to put my car in park/drive to see if the ignition will unlock, but it is not communicating that it is in park (steering wheel will not lock, I also can't turn the key backwards and put into auxiliary mode. It wouldn't be a bad thing if I didn't live in the city. Besides the fact that the stupid drivers side door latch is busted too which is a security issue along with a safety issue. Can't a consumer rely on a car manufacture to issue parts that don't break or malfunction... I see online that lots and lots and lots of people have this issue... as this is a major concern, why is there no recall" why should I have to pay out of pocket to get this fixed when it is a known issue" maybe its time to buy a Chevy.

- Haslett, MI, USA

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