Does anyone have any experience of what it takes to form an action group, like members on here to complain to Ford about issues.
The problem, as I see it, with the power shift is that FMC don’t admit they have a problem, because publicly they say the gearbox is fit for purpose. Hence they don’t have a problem, ergo they cannot be blamed for not fixing it. If they admit there’s a problem, then they have to offer a solution, compensation, replacement, buy back etcSomeone with legal experience to take it on board would be a help. Watchdog have done similar in the past with other brands where there has been a generic fault like fluid leaks causing fires etc. It needs nipping in the bud when the cars are new in order for it to stop people having to spend £1,000's of their own cash because Ford didn't either design or research it properly like the early powershift issues.