My 2010 Fusion was leaking transmission fluid, turns out the left axle seal was bad and they had to replace the whole unit.
Recall to recalibrate Throttle Body Sensor.
Transmission replaced but didn't solve problem: slipping while going uphill, hard shifting. New transmission removed twice, replaced valve body, solenoid, and PCM, still didn't solve problem. Hav refused offer to replace trans again, want buyback.
I finally agreed to allow Ford to install yet another transmission. This one at least appears to have resolved the issue.
The transmission slammed into reverse. I have had and apparently continue to have problems with my transmission.
hard shifting, re programmed software.
Replaced rear seal transmission
Black and burned transmission fluid requiring flushing
I was getting some random, intermittent shift-slippage that would have led me to take the car in for service had I not traded it in.
Overdrive piston in transmission problem - replaced under warranty along with ancillary parts. Basically a significant transmission service/rebuild. Problem was missing gears during acceleration.
Transmission started slipping upon heavy acceleration, took into Ford dealer who were not easy to deal with.... Next day they said they were replacing valve body - common failure among 6F35 transmission.
Car came back with a transmission whine upon running at full operating temperature. Transmission fluid level was also found too high, but that did not relate to the whine, car still has to go back.
Transmission is still acting up, hasn't been right since 1-2010, dealer cannot fix it.
Car is a lemon - faulty transmission since January 2010
Transmission was slipping severely and "whining". Car went in for transmission overhaul and after a week problems are just as bad again.
Transmission whining, very obvious and everyone BUT Ford dealer acknowledges it.
Transmission failing to shift on highway. Severe slipping and banging. Failure to reset to 1st gear at stops when coming off highway
Car made grinding noise when turning right. Replaced the driver's side CV axle myself (after watching YouTube video).
Complete transmission replacement; covered under warranty.
Engine check light. Dealer said error was for transmission and firmware update fixed it.
Transmission lines were rusted and leaking in 2 location. New transmission lines installed.
Took car for oil change; shop noted tranny fluid leak and no fluid. Went to AAMCO; fluid gone, needed new gears,torque cvtr,axle,bushing and half case: $3100. Known problem:TSB-14-005. Vehicle 3 mo out of warranty. Ford: "Too bad for you."
Driver side bushing and seal replaced..Was leaking trans fluid....
transmission acting weird @below 5km/h in stop and go traffic when engine is hot.
TSB installed to correct transmission "flairing" when cold. TSB was successful.
Brought in with harsh shifting after adding 1.5 quarts of fluid. They couldn't find a leak and advised that the fluid was badly burnt. They also changed other fluids during this visit
Transmission leak found. Replaced drivers axle seal
Experienced hard shifting from 1-2 and 2-3. Shift flare from 3-4 at times. Reprogrammed PCM as per 3 TSBs. Repair seemed to help the issue, but not completely resolve it. Returned from ~1,000mi round trip. Hard shifts and shift flaring returned. Took to dealer, was notified that transmission would have to be replaced. Overdrive clutch and others burnt up. Fluid was black. Replacing torque converter & trans.
Intermittent transmission problem. Jumps out of gear at high speeds (around 70 mph). Dealer not able to replicate. Third time in for repair.
Recently noticed a leak under the car and my RPMs jumping as I accelerate. Turns out my axle seal needs to be replaced and transmission fluid is leaking. According to the service mgr (and what I read on the internet), Ford is aware of it.
harsh shifting, trouble finding the right gear
Continued Harsh Shifting/Skipping, lack of power
Replaced leaking axle seal as instructed by TSB
Transmission problems - clunking noise/feel when changing gears. Shop could not replicate nor did codes show anything wrong so nothing was done.
Transmission would clunk when slowing down and started shuddering when accelerating or decelerating. Dealer could find nothing wrong. It had this problem since 25,000 but became more and more frequent.
Took it in for harsh 2-3 shift and intermittent RPM flare between same shift. Was told could not duplicate.
Took back to dealer a few days later after voicing displeasure with last repair trip. They kept the car for 4 days and still told me they couldn't duplicate the problem. Less than pleased with Ford and this troublesome 6F35 transmission.
Transmission shifted hard on occasion. Car would fail to downshift gradually as I coasted to a stop, leaving me with no torque, then would slam down into gear.
Transmission fluid leaking; installed joint and stub shaft, replaced axle bushing and seal. In my view it seemed to be a factory defect and not a usual maintenance repair. Dealer did not want approach Ford for partial reimbursement.
Transmission hard shifting. Reflashed computer, and fixed shifting problem. However, it was leaking transmission fluid. Ended up replacing the half shaft (under warranty), as it was cracked.
codes p0753,p0219,slipping in 4th and 5th gear; remove transmission and overhaul unit; transmission fluid leaked allover my drive way returned to dealer for further repairs
Occasional "flare" (momentary increase in rpms as if missing a shift with a std. trans.). This didn't happen very often though.
transmission fluid leak was detected when I went in for an oil change. There is a TSB on this, leak on left side, and some parts were replaced.
The transmission was shifting from 3 to 4 harshly. The dealer reprogrammed the automatic transmission and that seems to have worked.
Right front axle seal leaking. Removed RF wheel. Disassembled front end, left lower ball joints intact. Removed axle. Removed and replaced seal. Reassembled front end. Replaced axle nut and torqued to spec. Topped up trans oil.