Ford Parking Brake Driveline Hydraulic Actuator


View 2 Parking Brake Driveline Hydraulic Actuator Safety Reports

Ford F-150 2006
Ford Motor Company
Safety incident date:
May 27, 2007
Location:
Winchester, KY

tl*the contact owns a 2006 ford f-150. when the contact applied pressure to the brake pedal, he heard a loud scraping noise. while driving approximately 50 mph, he experienced unwarranted four wheel drive engagement, which caused the vehicle to decelerate. the dealer replaced the iwe solenoid and the actuator. several days after the repair, the failure resurfaced and became progressively worse. he took the vehicle back to the dealer, but they were unsuccessful in locating the cause of the failure. the failure mileage was 21,000 and current mileage was 33,387.

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died.Mileage was 21000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FTPW145X6K. Vehicle was not using anit-lock brakes. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle Speed: 50 mph.

Ford Ranger 2010
Ford Motor Company
Safety incident date:
Dec 27, 2013
Location:
Limestone, MI

emergency brake failed completely. emergency brake on this vehicle would occasionally freeze to brake drum while parked in wet, freezing conditions. this is with the emergency brakes fully released. normally, a slight application of power would "pop" the brake free and then operate normally. on one occasion, the brake shoes were well frozen to the emergency brake drums (this vehicle has disc brakes with small brake drums only for the emergency brakes) and more power was needed to free the vehicle, associated with a louder "pop". after that, the emergency brakes were completely non-functional. the emergency brake pedal goes to the floor with no actuation of the emergency brakes. this vehicle is equipped with a manual transmission. there was a previous emergency brake recall on some vehicles of this model/year type with manual transmissions (nhtsa campaign id number 10v202000). in that recall, the consequence item states "a manual transmission vehicle parked in neutral without a fully applied parking brake may have unintended movement which may cause a crash." i used the emergency brake everytime i drove the vehicle. my driveway is sloped and i applied the emergency brake when i exited the vehicle to open/close the garage door. now i must shutoff and restart the vehicle everytime. i've done some research and found some things that may be useful. the emergency brake cables are intact and functioning properly all the way back to entry into the brake drums. the brake shoes are arranged in a top-bottom setup instead of the normal forward-aft shoe setup. this allows the lower shoe to set in any water that may accumulate on the lower area of the brake drum, freezing it to the drum in cold temperatures, even with the emergency brakes released. i'm reluctant to have this repaired back to its original condition since it will break again without a redesign. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died.Mileage was 14500 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FTLR4FE2AP. Vehicle was not using anit-lock brakes. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 6 cylinders. Fuel type: gas. Vehicle Speed: 0 mph.


Common Ford Problems

View Parking Brake Driveline Hydraulic Actuator Safety Reports

Vehicle Speed Control (12709 Reviews)

Power Train:automatic Transmission (10350 Reviews)

Power Train (10002 Reviews)

Electrical System (9247 Reviews)

Engine And Engine Cooling:engine (8029 Reviews)

Engine (6635 Reviews)

Steering (6218 Reviews)

Tires (5934 Reviews)

Engine And Engine Cooling (5223 Reviews)

Engine And Engine Cooling:engine:gasoline (4636 Reviews)

Tires:tread/belt (4403 Reviews)

Service Brakes, Hydraulic:antilock (4254 Reviews)

Suspension (4148 Reviews)

Unknown Or Other (3769 Reviews)

Air Bags:frontal (3613 Reviews)

Fuel System, Gasoline (3512 Reviews)

Air Bags (3131 Reviews)

Service Brakes, Hydraulic (2983 Reviews)

Structure:body (2963 Reviews)

Electrical System:ignition (2923 Reviews)


footer