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2009 Flex Limited Wiring Harness Obsoleted by Ford

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#1 OFFLINE   dxm2


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Posted 02 December 2014 - 01:19 PM

My 2009 Flex Limited had been to the local dealership 3 times for the same issue. They now have decided its the wiring harness, ford part number 8A8Z14A005R, but Ford has obsoleted the part and after my car has been there for the last 30 days, US Customer service says that there is nothing more that Ford Motor Company can to repair my car, which is under contract.

FYI, original symptom was all dash warning lights coming on and the fuel gage goes to zero. The car will run but no AC. If the symptom happens when the car is off, the car will not start.

Has anyone else been told by Ford or a Ford dealership they can't fix you Flex or that Flex parts have been obsoleted?


#2 OFFLINE   robertlane


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Posted 08 December 2014 - 03:01 PM

Are you saying that your Ford Flex is under warranty, however, Ford cannot supply parts to repair it?  That sounds really odd.


Your local Ford dealer should have access to O.S.I. or obsolete supercede interchange. It will show the original Ford part number and substitutes.


You might also want to try to look it up at http://www.motorcraft.com

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