Most Common Ford RepairsOld Reliable
As you already know, the Ford Motor Company has operated successfully for a lot of years. That translates into many vehicles that have run trouble-free for a long time. In short, Ford might be dubbed "Old Reliable." Even so, every automaker has a few quirks in its line. If you have a vehicle like this, count on Haver's Auto Repair in Omaha, Nebraska, for Ford repair. We, too, have a long history. We've operated as a family-owned facility since 1957, and we've always been committed to 100 percent customer satisfaction.
The Most Common Reports
Although we'll need to diagnose your vehicle's specific trouble, we'll share some of the most commonly reported Ford repairs. Do you drive a car? If it's a Mustang, listen for a brake squeal, particularly in the 2015 models. The Fusion and Fusion Hybrid challenge their batteries, perhaps draining them before they should. Do you drive a truck or van? The Transit may fall victim to a failed air conditioner evaporator. Earlier rangers (before 2011) tend to need spark plug wires or fuel injectors more often than expected. The F-150's issue is a leaking head gasket that leads to overheating. Is your style an SUV or crossover? Beware of a blown head gasket in the Edge. The Ecosport is rough on brakes, necessitating sooner-than-expected brake pad replacement. For the Escape, the plague is transmission failure that unfortunately can occur at about the 70,000-mile mark. Likewise, the Explorer exhibits transmission trouble, usually presenting itself as slipping. Finally, the Expedition has issues with spark plugs and the ignition coil.
Reputable Ford Repair for You
Whether your automobile has one of these issues or another, Haver's Auto Repair is your trusted source for Ford repair. Our ASE-certified technicians take advantage of state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment that helps us fix your car right the first time. We look forward to assisting you with your Ford Monday through Thursday, 7:00 am-5:30 pm and Friday, 7:00 am-5:00 pm.