Well kelli ... It soundz like youve had that problem also.
And what a pain in the a** it is to remove, I took 1/2 the bloody dash & steering column apart to find that the subframe is spotwelded to the chassis.
So off to a Mig welder i go to get the shaft straightened & migwelded inplace with a 3mm plate as support. Just as he finished i chucked my head under the steering wheel to ave a look when i noticed the bloody sound insulation stuff way uptop of the dash had caught fire FUDGE so i grabbed my fire extinguisher (WHICH EVERYCAR SHOULD HAVE!!!!!) thinking it would be a gas/foam aimed & let it rip ........ OHHHHH just great not only did the fire go out but i copped eye/nose & throatfull of DRY POWDER!!! And for you sportsfans that dont know this... A lungfull of this stuff gives you the shi** as i spent the good part of the day on the loo not going anywhere TRUE STORY:cussing: :cussing: :cussing:
FORD.... "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"...
Get them to check the pedal box while they are at it... the bit the clutch pedal sits on has a habbit of bending!
Kelli, i know exactly what you mean, i was drivng one time and stap teh pedal went to the floor, the cable anchor effed up, it bent it self str8 from fatique, my baby was broken on the side of the road , had to get it towed to the repairer, this was not so long ago. Abit sad that ford can't designed it abit better IMO:o :o
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