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Maxus got a recall today


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#1 OFFLINE   mtb9153

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  • Region:U.S. Pacific Coast
  • LocationS.F. South Bay Area, Ca.
  • My C-MAX's Year:2013
  • Current Vehicle:2013 C-Max SEL with 303A, with Panoramic window using GasPods on the roof, born 9/9/12

Posted 20 June 2015 - 08:50 PM

Got a letter from Ford for Customer Satisfaction Program 15B04.  Stating that it was possible for my CMax to become discharged overnight after the vehicle was parked for a short period of time.  Which results in a no-start condition.  Anyone else get this? and had it done?  Says Ford will check the 12v battery an replace if necessary.  I've never had a single problem with a dead battery since purchase in September of 2012, don't want to start now if they change out my battery.  I have experienced several occasions when I get in Maxus in the morning and the battery indicator is completely drained and the ICE immediately turns on after pushing the start buton.  Not sure if that is what Ford is reffering to?









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#2 OFFLINE   rjam

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  • Region:U.S. Pacific Coast
  • LocationUsa
  • My C-MAX's Year:2015
  • Current Vehicle:CMAX SEL

Posted 20 June 2015 - 09:58 PM

Hi. I got the letter a week or so ago. There is a thread started on this. The thread is titled 15b04

#3 OFFLINE   wab

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  • Region:U.S. Southern Plains
  • Locationnorth texas
  • My C-MAX's Year:2013
  • Current Vehicle:C-Max SEL 303 with Glass Roof

Posted 21 June 2015 - 01:49 PM

If your battery has been NEARLY dead "several occasions when I get in Maxus in the morning and the battery indicator is completely drained", then it has been damaged.
If Ford wants to replace your 3 year old battery let them.



#4 OFFLINE   hybridbear

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  • Region:Decline
  • LocationMinneapolis
  • My C-MAX's Year:Decline
  • Current Vehicle:2013 Fusion Energi Titanium, 2013 Focus Electric, my parents have a C-Max Energi

Posted 21 June 2015 - 09:18 PM

This recall doesn't have anything to do with the HVB. The HVB SOC can change when the car is off due to changes in HVB temperature.






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