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That darn squeek is gone!

c-max s squeek door

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#21 OFFLINE   Red

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  • My C-MAX's Year:2015
  • Current Vehicle:SE

Posted 17 November 2015 - 10:07 AM

 

Pretty odd to correct a front left squeak by repairing a 12v battery housing in the right rear!

 

 

Riiiight... good point.

The paper that my hubby got back from the dealership says the squeak was from the 'battery housing bracket'.

 

Maybe they meant the housing for the rectangular thing under the hood that has the small red (+) terminal to the battery?  (Since that's in the squeak-sound area, and is the olde tyme spot for a 12v battery?)

 

On the plus side, I'm very happy the squeak was solved quickly (the car was returned the same day). On the minus side, I'm now not sure that this Ford Service is familiar with C-maxes.


Edited by Red, 17 November 2015 - 10:15 AM.








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