2009 Mercury Milan drivetrain NHTSA complaints: Power Train

NHTSA — Power Train Problems


definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
35,500 miles

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2009 Mercury Milan drivetrain problems

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2009 Mercury Milan Owner Comments

problem #2

Dec 272014

Milan 4-cyl

  • 71,000 miles


I started my car and two idiot lights went on. The engine light and a wrench light. The throttle body part went bad. I had my car towed to the closest Mercury dealership. Which is weisler dealership on bridge ave, in point pleasant, NJ the want to charge me $425 for the part replacement and $275 for labor. I will have a $700 bill for a part that Ford has had many problems with and recalls on. I would like someone to look into this and please get back to me. I will also be contacting the Ford headquarters in ca. My name is [xxx]. cell number: [xxx]. thank you for looking into this situation. I love the car but do not feel comfortable after reading all the complaints from Ford customers concerning the throttle body part problem. Ford folks need to look into this part. Information redacted pursuant to the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552(B)(6). Updated 2/10/2016

- Brick, NJ, USA

problem #1

Mar 012012


  • miles
2009 Mercury Milan. Consumer states front suspension failure the consumer stated the problem was the upper suspension arms on the vehicle. Right after the vehicle was purchased, both upper control arms had to be replaced, before alignment problems could be addressed. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for unrelated problems. However, the consumer was informed that windshield wipers, transmission fluid and new tires were needed. Shortly after the visit to the dealer, the consumer purchased new tires from another dealership. The dealer inspected the vehicle and discovered the left front upper suspension arm was hanging by a loose nut and several threads on the upper arm's bolt. The consumer noticed there was no safety device that would have prevented the retaining nut from coming loose.

- Cumby, TX, USA

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