The contact noticed the fire had originated from the cruise control system. Happened while driving on city street. I called my insurance co, they are investigating the cause of the fire. We have those reports so we contacted our insurance they told us that even though we had full coverage the insurance did not cover the damage that was caused. The vehicle was towed to the dealer for inspection. The vehicle was towed to an authorized dealer for inspection. The contact stated that after hearing a loud noise, she went outside and noticed that the vehicle exploded.
There were no injuries, deaths or police report. The failure and current mileages were 198,000. But there was no answer. It has step by step details for many engine misfire issues. The failure mileage was 137,000. The truck wa totally burned up.
By September 20, 2011, the above referenced vehicle had been parked and turned off for about one 1 week in the gated carport of complainants house. Make sure they are all clean and tight. When the vehicle was started, it idled roughly and made a popping noise. The fire was on the driverside engine compartment. The building security extinguished the fire. A fire department report is available.
But I did not receive on on this. Turned off cruise control no effect. There are several potential reasons including bad coil-paks or sparkplug wiring, coils on plugs new style , crankshaft sensors, or shorting fuel injectors. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired and the failure recurred. The dealer was waiting for the manufacturer and the insurance company to communicate in order to inspect the vehicle. And that moves the meter to its display point.
Which is like an Idiot Light, but instead of using a light bulb, a meter is used instead. Thought it was cruise control but it stuck when cruise control was off. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failures. Hey i just bought a 2001 ford f150 7700 series truck a month ago or so. The vehicle was towed to the dealer but was not repaired.
It's been 5 years since then and I haven't had another problem with it. . Just kinda driving me crazy. Ford said this is not an additional recall. The fire department was called and advised that the modular of the cruise control was the cause of the fire. A fire investigator appeared on the scene and stated that the fire may have originated from the cruise control switch. While the vehicle was parked approximately 12 feet from the contact's residence, the security alarm sounded.
The failure occurred without warning or injuries. It has step by step details for many engine misfire issues. Said house has a gate carport. If any of cylinder shows low compression then required, then that particular cylinder will cause misfire. The failure mileage was 112,000. The contact stated that the vehicle had been parked and idle for five hours before he noticed smoke emitting from the cruise control area. The fire caught my home on fire.
The failure and current mileage was 110,000. Dec 09, 2012 There are few possibilities that can cause engine misfire issues. Some problems may be visually seen if the engine compartment is open in a dark place and sparks jump. Ford is addle if they think they can pass it on to the consumer unscathed! Get the compression test done on each coil. Try replacing them and see if that helps.
The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The fire was extinguished by the contact and other individuals. On March 31, 2008, the contact received a recall notice for the vehicle speed control: cruise control, which suggested he schedule an appointment to have the recall work performed. The fire department stated that the fire was caused by the cruise control being wired through the brakes. The next day carmen contacted my daughter elisa rodriguez and told her that they still hadn't been able to do anything for us but that she would let us know. Now im hearing this knock pretty much only at idle.