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My 2010 FFH with 200k miles


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#21 OFFLINE   jeff_h

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Posted 13 February 2016 - 04:06 PM

Which belt are your referring to? I was under the impression there are not belts.

 

This is on the 2010 model (and I think 2010-2012), which has a single engine (serpentine) belt... I would take it to the dealer to get it changed, never wanted to mess with it myself and one time I talked with the tech and he said they are a pain to get to - so I am glad to pay them the labor to do it.

 

However I don't think the 2013 and newer have any belts.


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#22 OFFLINE   jeff_h

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Posted 12 November 2016 - 08:29 PM

I went to get the front tires replaced today, thought it would be routine... well it was a bit more costly.

 

They found that one of the tie rod ends was worn out, and the right front wheel bearing was going bad again.  So both were replaced.

 

So the left front wheel bearing was replaced at 33k miles under warranty ($0).

 

O2 sensor made the CEL come on at 66k miles, replaced under extended warranty ($100 deductible).

 

Right front wheel bearing was replaced at 118k miles out of pocket ($370, IIRC).

 

Right front wheel bearing was replaced again today at 238k miles out of pocket, along with the tie rod ($760).

 

And that's all that has ever gone wrong with the car in 7 years (July 2009) and 238k miles... not too shabby!

 

And the hybrid battery acts just like it did when the car was new.

 

What a great car.


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#23 OFFLINE   Texasota

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Posted 13 November 2016 - 04:22 PM

And that's all that has ever gone wrong with the car in 7 years (July 2009) and 238k miles... not too shabby!

 

And the hybrid battery acts just like it did when the car was new.

That is incredible and a great ownership story! 


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#24 OFFLINE   Rob Brand

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 02:22 PM

So, I just bought a 2010 with 161,000 miles.   A baby compared to what I have read.   Handling is great.  Quality is still there.

 

Thanks


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#25 OFFLINE   Automate

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Posted 02 January 2017 - 06:55 PM

My 2010 just went over 100K.  I purchased it used with 75K.  Only problems have been a bad fuel injector and a broken drivers inside door handle, both repaired myself.


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#26 OFFLINE   lolder

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Posted 02 January 2017 - 11:59 PM

Most of Ford's profit the last few years has been from selling and replacing drivers inside door handles on Fusions. I'm on my third. The two replacements cost a total of $500 at the dealer. I now know courtesy of YouTube how to do it myself.



#27 OFFLINE   rowekmr

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Posted 14 January 2017 - 08:23 AM

Wow I am impressed with these stories. I briefly owned a 2010 Milan hybrid (sold in a week) with 115K and was nervous about the HV battery when I bought it but after reading these stories I will not worry on the next one I buy. My city uses them as municipal vehicles so I assumed they were very robust because we have the worst weather, pot holes and salt!


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