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Old 05-30-2017, 08:31 PM
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Originally Posted by KILOFINAL View Post
maybe he's referring to the Hot Wheels Raptor....
I haven't had any issues with that one either.
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Old 06-10-2017, 09:23 PM
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I have my '17 Raptor for 2 months, 2,000 miles and my first minor glitch just happened.

I have the easy entry and exit checked in the advanced settings and when I get out the wheel retracts and the seat goes back as it should. Well, tonight, the seat did not go forward after I started it, nor did the wheel return from its tucked up position. I shut down, restarted without success. I then shut down, got out, locked doors, got back in and the feature was still not working. I went in the menu and the option was grayed out.

The problem was I could not adjust the wheel. The adjustment button did nothing. I was able to move the seat.

I felt like I was driving a bus with the wheel in such an upright position.

Any idea why this happened or how to fix? Or do I need to take a trip to the dealer?

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I can't help but I've just learned what the easy entry and exit is so thanks for that

I'm at about 1800 miles so maybe I should read my owners manual
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Old 06-15-2017, 02:28 PM
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Beginning to see engine misfire complaints from quite a few, and there are also cam phaser and timing chain failures. A few are also working to Lemon Law their trucks. This is not a good launch for Ford.

FWIW - folks are also having to drill the intercooler weep hole on these.

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Old 06-15-2017, 10:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Bravo3eco View Post
Beginning to see engine misfire complaints from quite a few, and there are also cam phaser and timing chain failures. A few are also working to Lemon Law their trucks. This is not a good launch for Ford.

FWIW - folks are also having to drill the intercooler weep hole on these.
You are so full of BS this is entertaining to see how dumb you make yourself sound.
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Old 06-16-2017, 07:42 AM
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Originally Posted by JesseHTX View Post
You are so full of BS this is entertaining to see how dumb you make yourself sound.
Go over to Ford Raptor Forum and you will see. I am particularly amazed with the amount of people who are affected by misfires. They are following the 1/16" weep hole recommendation, but I really can't believe that this is still plagues the ecoboost.
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BTW, my entry/exit feature was back to normal next day. But I did uncheck it. I'd rather do without it than be unable to adjust my steering wheel should it happen again.

Minor in the scheme of things.
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Originally Posted by jamesh46 View Post
I can't help but I've just learned what the easy entry and exit is so thanks for that

I'm at about 1800 miles so maybe I should read my owners manual
Nah, no reason to read the manual. Just play with the choices on the dash and you'll find lots of things.

Now, on the other hand, should you want to know how to get to the spare, the manual is a good resource. I just checked it out myself.
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With the warm weather across the US, the Raptor ecoboost condensate misfires are popping up. Remember that the only solution for this is the 1/16" weep hole in the intercooler.
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Originally Posted by Bravo3eco View Post
With the warm weather across the US, the Raptor ecoboost condensate misfires are popping up. Remember that the only solution for this is the 1/16" weep hole in the intercooler.
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