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Old 11-29-2016, 09:16 PM   #31
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Wrench light came on Friday and I dropped off the truck this morning at dealership who provided a rental. This afternoon they called to share same diagnosis (failed transmission cooling pump) on my 2016 w/2.7L EB @ 16,500 miles. Suggested it would be a two-day repair so long as transmission is not otherwise damaged. I should hear back tomorrow.
Notified today that pump has been replaced and truck is ready for pickup. Also, given the problems I've been having with Sync3, (freezing up, problems with duplicate contact phone numbers, showing me a top-down image of truck when it should be showing me the rear camera, etc.) they ordered me a replacement APIM to install next week!!!
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Old 11-30-2016, 03:48 PM   #32
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Notified today that pump has been replaced and truck is ready for pickup. Also, given the problems I've been having with Sync3, (freezing up, problems with duplicate contact phone numbers, showing me a top-down image of truck when it should be showing me the rear camera, etc.) they ordered me a replacement APIM to install next week!!!
Picked up the truck this afternoon (with newly installed transmission pump) and within one mile, the wrench light came back on. Turned around and returned truck to the dealership.
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Picked up the truck this afternoon (with newly installed transmission pump) and within one mile, the wrench light came back on. Turned around and returned truck to the dealership.
The newly installed pump was also bad. Dealer replaced it Monday and so far so good.
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Old 12-10-2016, 01:21 AM   #34
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My 2016 has less than 8k miles and just got the orange wrench light. Very disappointed. The good news is I dropped it at the dealership yesterday morning and picked it up today. 24 hours later! They said it was the pump that failed and it was replaced. I have a 1999 F150 with 307K miles and still running strong! I hope this is just a small glitch. Will keep you posted.

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Old 01-20-2017, 09:05 PM   #35
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My 2016 has less than 8k miles and just got the orange wrench light. Very disappointed. The good news is I dropped it at the dealership yesterday morning and picked it up today. 24 hours later! They said it was the pump that failed and it was replaced. I have a 1999 F150 with 307K miles and still running strong! I hope this is just a small glitch. Will keep you posted.
I'm going on 7 days, service writer lost. Ford told him three days ago part would be in, now they don't even give a status or know where the part is, on back order is one reply! Great truck, get 26 mpg or better on highway. What good is it if another 15K miles go by and I go thru this again. Already dumped all over GM for problems they couldn't fix under warranty on. 2002 GMC, may be dumping Ford. Not comforting as an owner of $40K in Ford stock, Dodge here I come!
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First time posting here and I am not here to flame Ford. I just miss big Blue.

I bought a 2015 F150 with the 2.7 ecoboost this past summer. I only had 6,800 miles on it when the wrench light came on.

I brought it to the dealership, and after reading the codes they told me the tranny pump went. Well they had no parts to fix it, and they could not find any parts in stock. I was told to not tow or plow with the truck until it could be fixed. In the mean time my gas mileage dropped to high 18's to the low 19's plus the on off feature stopped working on the engine. I was told this was tied into the tranny problem.
I did get in touch with a Ford rep and she has been some help. Jen got the dealer to take my truck and give me a loaner. Been a long ten days driving a Focus while waiting for parts to appear. You ever drive one of these in a snow storm with not so good tires.

Just wondering if any of you have had, or heard of anyone running into this problem.
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took mine I to the dealer Thursday, wrench light came on, same problem, waiting for a new pump it's now Saturday...
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I just hit 25k miles and the wrench came on. Went to the dealer and diagnosed as transmission pump failure. Ford classifies this as not driveable and provided a loaner via Enterprises Rental. I suspect my pump failed much later than many others because I do not do much city driving about 80% all highway driving Since the light would go away each time you would start the vehicle I did not rush into the dealer. I hope I did not destroy anything since this has been a problem for about 500 miles. The light only turns on the first time eco-boost attempts to function. If you override eco-boost the wrench will never illuminate
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I just hit 25k miles and the wrench came on. Went to the dealer and diagnosed as transmission pump failure. Ford classifies this as not driveable and provided a loaner via Enterprises Rental. I suspect my pump failed much later than many others because I do not do much city driving about 80% all highway driving Since the light would go away each time you would start the vehicle I did not rush into the dealer. I hope I did not destroy anything since this has been a problem for about 500 miles. The light only turns on the first time eco-boost attempts to function. If you override eco-boost the wrench will never illuminate
thata ****ed because they told me mine was driveble with the wrench on
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I had a 2014 F-150 3.5 Ecoboost transmission pump failure at 2000 miles. No warning lights or wrench lights. Dealer ran the computer for codes and nothing. How did I know? It would not shift in reverse. They had a heck of a time trying to figure out what was wrong-in the end it was a transmission pump failure. I was without my truck for 3 weeks. When I got it back-it still was acting funny. It would go in reverse however it would shift hard. Needless to say I traded it in a couple of weeks. I now have a 2016 F-150 with the 2.7. No issues at all and shifts like a transmission should. I have bought quite a few brand new trucks from Ford-and that 2014 was the only one that I had a problem like this. Needless to say-get rid of it-not worth the issues-I don't care if it does have warranty-once a transmission problem-always a transmission problem. Just my two cents.
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I have 2015 F150 with the 2.7 ecoboost with 17000 original miles. The wrench light came on and the dealer assured me it was a quick fix throttle body. It ended up being more than that. A Transmission pump they did not have in stock and have never changed before on an F-150 gave me a loaner not sure how long it'll take does anybody know if this is a beginning sign of a lemon?

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