VIN Check Report: 3FADP4EJ0BM151271
Ford Fiesta 2011
|Vehicle Specification||22 Record(s)|
|Accidental Record||View All Records|
|Lien Record||Records Found!|
|Theft Record||View Records|
|NHTSA Technical Service Bulletins||9 Record(s)|
|NHTSA Recalls||2 Record(s)|
|VIN Sequential Number||151271|
Manufactured in Mexico by FORD MOTOR COMPANY, MEXICO
FORD issued recalls for Fiesta 2011
Car Damage Report: FRONT END,SD
|View NMVTIS Complete Vehicle History Records|
|Vehicle Title||OH - CERT OF TITLE-SALVAGE|
|Primary Damage||FRONT END|
|Engine||1.6L L4 DOHC 16V|
|Anti Brake System||4-Wheel ABS|
|Overall Height||58.00 inches|
|Overall Length||160.10 inches|
|Overall Width||66.80 inches|
|Highway Mileage||37 - 38 miles/gallon|
|City Mileage||28 - 29 miles/gallon|
These "secret warranties," TSBs cover known problems and provide repair instructions for service technicians and accordingly are distributed to all of the manufacturer's dealerships. Generally these repairs will be free of charge only if the vehicle is still under warranty.
|12/11/2013||103000 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION||FORD: IN THE 2ND AND 4TH GEARS OF TRANSAXLE, SOME VEHICLES MAY WOULD EXPERIENCE A GRINDING, RATTLING NOISE AND IT CAN OCCUR IN REVERSE. MODEL 2011 FIESTA. *PE|
|08/04/2015||103100 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)||THIS TSB CONTAINS AN OWNER LETTER. SELECT DOCUMENT SEARCH BUTTON BELOW. FORD FIESTA 2011: SOME CUSTOMERS MAY EXPERIENCE ELECTRICAL FAILURES WHILE DRIVING, WHICH ARE SYMPTOMS OF LOSS TRANSMISSION ENGAGAEMENT. SEE DOCUMENT SEARCH BUITT|
|01/13/2012||170000 LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES||FORD: SEE DOCUMENT SEARCH BUTTON FOR OWNER LETTER. CERTAIN MODEL YEAR VEHICLES MAY EXPERIENCE AN IMPROPERLY PROGRAMMED AUTO-UNLOCK OR AUTO-LOCK FEATURE, AT TIME OF MANUFACTURE, RESULTING IN A MALFUNCTION. *PE|
|09/01/2010||170000 LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES||FORD: ON THE 2011 FIESTA MANY ELECTRONICS (POWER LOCKS, KEYLESS ENTRY, RADIO...ETC) ARE INOPERABLE WHILE THE VEHICLE IS OFF. *RM|
|09/24/2010||061000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE||FORD: ON SOME 2011 FIESTAS THERE MAY BE A VARIETY OF STARTING PROBLEMS AND ENGAGEMENT PROBLEMS. THERE MAY ALSO BE A CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON WITH TWO POSSIBLE CODES STORED. *RM|
|03/01/2011||061000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE||FORD: THE CHECK ENGINE OR TRACTION CONTROL LIGHT MAY BE ON WITH TWO POSSIBLE TROUBLE CODES. THERE MAY BE DEBRIS THAT RESTRICTED THE CAMSHAFT TIMING. 2011 FIESTA. *RM|
|11/22/2010||061000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE||FORD SERVICE CAMPAIGN: SEE DOCUMENT SEARCH BUTTON FOR OWNER LETTER. THE ENGINE BLOCK HEATER CAN BECOME LOOSE AND LEAK COOLANT. ENGINE COULD RUN ROUGH AS WELL AS WHITE EXHAUST SMOKE, NO START, AND ENGINE DAMAGE. *RM|
|03/29/2011||132000 VISIBILITY:GLASS, SIDE/REAR||FORD: 2011 FIESTA. THE MANUAL WINDOWS MAY DROP WHILE DRIVING. *RM|
|11/07/2017||110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM||Certain 2011 Model Year Fiesta Vehicles - Battery Junction Box Clean and Seal|
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