4.0

definitely annoying
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
49,500 miles
Total Complaints:
1 complaints

Most common solutions:

  1. not sure (1 reports)
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problem #1

Feb 052019

Transit 250 3.7L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 49,500 miles

IF THERE ARE ANY ENGINEERS AT FOMOCO READING THIS.. PLEASE RELOCATE THE FUEL ACCESS DOOR ON THE DRIVER SIDE OF YOUR TRANSIT TIN CAN VAN . MOST TRADESMEN ARE LARGER THAN ENGINEERS AND AS SUCH OUR CLOTHES TEND TO CATCH THAT STUPID FLAP DOOR THAT IN YOUR FINITE WISDOM COMBINED WITH THE DRIVER DOOR CHANNEL. ALSO WHILE YOUR AT IT, WIDER SEATS WITH MORE THAN 30MM'S OF FOAM WOULD BE NICE. MAYBE THICKEN THE SHEET METAL SO WHEN A KID HITS THE VAN WITH A BEACH BALL IT DOESN'T DENT. ALSO YOU ENGINEERS AND DESIGNERS IS OBVIOUS NEVER WORKED OUT OF ONE OF THESE VANS. DOORS THAT WOULD STAY OPEN ON A SLOPE AND WINDY DAY AND NOT SLAM SHUT WHILE I'M TRYING TO UNLOAD WOULD BE NICE ALONG WITH A DASHBOARD THAT PRODUCES LESS GLARE ON THE WINDSCREEN WITH LESS PLACES FOR DIRT TO GET INTO. OH BY THE WAY ENGINEERS. 3.7 CYCLONE V-6 NEEDS PREMIUM GAS ON HOT DAYS OR TRANNY SHIFTS TWICE AS MUCH. E-85 WORKS BETTER THAN GAS IN THIS ENGINE. THE OLD 5.4 TRITON USED LESS GAS FOR SAME WEIGHT VAN IN REAL WORLD DRIVING HAD MORE TORQUE.

- Jonathan J., Cincinnati, US