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I agree. I think it's hit and miss on this car. Some have a good one others bad. I've had the same transmission issues as wolffchad. I can't take the thought of being stranded again (even though you have roadside) it's inconvenient and should not be happening. I have paid soooo much money on rentals each time my car is in for the transmission. My emblems even started tarnishing this winter. They had to replace that and several other items. After it recently just got out the shop, I sold mine and took a loss. I needed peace of mind. Best wishes with your Fusion as well. I wouldn't wish my experience on anyoneReport it
I would agree with your review if Ford was able to identify the problems with their transmissions and fix them. Instead those of us who have these issues are going through hell just to get Ford to even acknowledge that the transmission has a problem. I have had mine in 3 times now. The last was a rebuild and it's starting to slip again between 2-3. I will have to take in again only to be told again and again there is nothing wrong or wait for another failure. Good luck with your fusion.Report it
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