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Technical Service Bulletins for 2008 FORD TAURUS

Bulletin Number: TSB-13-4-17 Bulletin Date: 04-24-2013
Component:
103100 power train:automatic transmission:control module (tcm, pcm)
Summary
Ford/lincoln/mercury: some vehicles, with diagnostic codes (dtcs) p0351, p0352, p0353, p0354, p0355, may experience a malfunction indicator lamp in the powertrain control module (pcm) and one or more coil on plug(s) damage. models 2006-08
Bulletin Number: AS-21769 Bulletin Date: 03-01-2011
Component:
Service brakes, air:antilock
Summary
Ford: if there is an intermittent lack of power, surge, or hesitation while driving the brakes will override acceleration. *rm
Bulletin Number: AS-21769 Bulletin Date: 03-01-2011
Component:
Engine and engine cooling:engine
Summary
Ford: if there is an intermittent lack of power, surge, or hesitation while driving the brakes will override acceleration. *rm
Bulletin Number: AS-21769 Bulletin Date: 03-01-2011
Component:
Power train
Summary
Ford: if there is an intermittent lack of power, surge, or hesitation while driving the brakes will override acceleration. *rm
Bulletin Number: AS-21769 Bulletin Date: 03-01-2011
Component:
Electrical system: software
Summary
Ford: if there is an intermittent lack of power, surge, or hesitation while driving the brakes will override acceleration. *rm
Bulletin Number: AS-21769 Bulletin Date: 03-01-2011
Component:
046000 service brakes, air:antilock
Summary
Ford: if there is an intermittent lack of power, surge, or hesitation while driving the brakes will override acceleration. *rm
Bulletin Number: AS-21769 Bulletin Date: 03-01-2011
Component:
061000 engine and engine cooling:engine
Summary
Ford: if there is an intermittent lack of power, surge, or hesitation while driving the brakes will override acceleration. *rm
Bulletin Number: AS-21769 Bulletin Date: 03-01-2011
Component:
100000 power train
Summary
Ford: if there is an intermittent lack of power, surge, or hesitation while driving the brakes will override acceleration. *rm
Bulletin Number: AS-21769 Bulletin Date: 03-01-2011
Component:
118000 electrical system: software
Summary
Ford: if there is an intermittent lack of power, surge, or hesitation while driving the brakes will override acceleration. *rm
Bulletin Number: TSB-10-16-1 Bulletin Date: 08-09-2010
Component:
Engine and engine cooling:engine
Summary
Ford: there may be a rough idle or misses while the malfunction light is on. there are mutliple possible trouble codes stored. *rm
Bulletin Number: TSB-10-16-1 Bulletin Date: 08-09-2010
Component:
061000 engine and engine cooling:engine
Summary
Ford: there may be a rough idle or misses while the malfunction light is on. there are mutliple possible trouble codes stored. *rm
Bulletin Number: 7311 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
Power train:automatic transmission
Summary
6f50 transaxles built prior to 1/1/07 - dtc p0715, p0717, p0718, p0720, and/or harsh engagement, no upshift, fifth gear only. *kb updated 2/6/08. *nj
Bulletin Number: 20003 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
Power train:axle assembly
Summary
6f50 transaxle equipped vehicles when stopped on a hill in drive or reverse without service brake applied may roll (won't hold). *nj
Bulletin Number: SI-20010 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
Equipment:other:owners/service/other manual
Summary
Ford: some multiples vehicles replacements may require revised as built data. the new level sjb service part introduced between 10/07 and 02/08 will require entry of as built data. *pe
Bulletin Number: SI-20010 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
Unknown or other
Summary
Ford: some multiples vehicles replacements may require revised as built data. the new level sjb service part introduced between 10/07 and 02/08 will require entry of as built data. *pe
Bulletin Number: SI-20016 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
Suspension:front:macpherson strut
Summary
Ford/mercury: vehicles may exhibit a non-metallic rubbery grunt from the front end at low speeds, most noticeably while turning into/out of a driveway. engineering is aware of this concern and is investigating. *pe
Bulletin Number: TSB-07-21-11 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
Power train:manual transmission
Summary
Ford/mercury/lincoln: some vehicles equipped with a 6f50 transaxle , with any output shaft speed (oss) sensor or turbine shaft speed (tss) sensor diagnostic trouble code(s) (dtcs) p0715, p0717, p0720, p0721, p0722 and/or harsh engagements,
Bulletin Number: 7311 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
103000 power train:automatic transmission
Summary
6f50 transaxles built prior to 1/1/07 - dtc p0715, p0717, p0718, p0720, and/or harsh engagement, no upshift, fifth gear only. *kb updated 2/6/08. *nj
Bulletin Number: 20003 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
106000 power train:axle assembly
Summary
6f50 transaxle equipped vehicles when stopped on a hill in drive or reverse without service brake applied may roll (won't hold). *nj
Bulletin Number: SI-20010 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
355200 equipment:other:owners/service/other manual
Summary
Ford: some multiples vehicles replacements may require revised as built data. the new level sjb service part introduced between 10/07 and 02/08 will require entry of as built data. *pe
Bulletin Number: SI-20010 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
980000 unknown or other
Summary
Ford: some multiples vehicles replacements may require revised as built data. the new level sjb service part introduced between 10/07 and 02/08 will require entry of as built data. *pe
Bulletin Number: SI-20016 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
021400 suspension:front:macpherson strut
Summary
Ford/mercury: vehicles may exhibit a non-metallic rubbery grunt from the front end at low speeds, most noticeably while turning into/out of a driveway. engineering is aware of this concern and is investigating. *pe
Bulletin Number: TSB-07-21-11 Bulletin Date: 10-01-2007
Component:
102000 power train:manual transmission
Summary
Ford/mercury/lincoln: some vehicles equipped with a 6f50 transaxle , with any output shaft speed (oss) sensor or turbine shaft speed (tss) sensor diagnostic trouble code(s) (dtcs) p0715, p0717, p0720, p0721, p0722 and/or harsh engagements,
Investigation Open: 10-14-2008 Investigation Closed: 04-09-2009
Component Description:
Tires:valve
Summary Description:
Tire valve cracking
Summary Detail:
on october 14, 2008, odi opened pe08-060 to investigate allegations of cracked and leaking snap-in tire valves in model year (my) 2007 vehicles manufactured by ford motor company.the valves were supplied to ford by topseal auto-parts, a subsidiary of the shanghai baolong automotive corporation in china.valves made by topseal for aftermarket sale were the subject of two recent safety recalls by tech international (08t-018) and dill air controls (08t-028), the latter of which was investigated by odi in pe08-036 and ea08-022.the defect conditions addressed by the aftermarket tire valve recalls both involved inadequate resistance to ozone cracking due to issues with the supply of anti-ozonant chemicals to topseal for a period from july to mid-november 2006.the aftermarket valves were compounded with a blend of epdm and natural rubber, using a relatively low percentage of epdm (epdm provides inherent resistance to ozone cracking).hence, the need for anti-ozonant chemicals and the problems with cracking when those chemicals were missing or out of specification in some lots of valves.both recall campaigns involved inspection programs to identify and replace valves with visible surface cracking.although the topseal valves supplied to ford also appear to have been affected by the anti-ozonant supply issues in mid to late-2006, ford indicated that its valves were made at a different topseal production line and were compounded with a higher percentage of epdm rubber to meet more stringent specifications from ford.odi's analysis of complaint and warranty data provided by ford showed that problems with cracked tire valves were significantly higher for my 2007 vehicles produced from december 2006 through march 2007.ford responded by implementing changes in its material specifications for snap-in rubber tire valves and also increasing the quality and acceptance standards for valves imported for use in its vehicles.while the complaint and warranty claim rates are elevated for subject vehicles produced from december 2006 through march 2007, the rates of leaking valves are well below one percent of production for each of the peak months for all of the affected models.a substantial majority of the subject vehicles are equipped with tire pressure monitoring systems (tpms) which warn the driver when any tire pressures drops below 25 percent of recommended inflation pressure. as outlined in a letter to odi dated april 6, 2009, ford has agreed to send letters to owners of certain my 2007 and 2008 ford, lincoln and mercury vehicles to provide information about the cracking concern. letters will be sent to owners of vehicles built from november 2006 through may 2007.owners can opt for a free dealer inspection.valves exhibiting surface cracks or air leakage related to ozone attack will be replaced by ford under its normal warranty terms.ford expects to send the letter by approximately mid-may 2009. based on the use of tpms in the majority of subject vehicles and the relatively low rates of repairs associated with leaking valves and resultant tire damage, odi believes that the actions ford has agreed to take will provide effective and expeditious resolution for vehicles that were built during the period when valves with inadequate resistance to ozone cracking were most likely to have been used in vehicle production.further investigation of this matter would not be an efficient allocation of agency resources.accordingly, this investigation is closed.the closing of this investigation does not constitute a finding by nhtsa that a safety-related defect does not exist.the agency will continue to monitor complaints and other information relating to the alleged defect in the subject vehicles and take further action in the future if warranted.