Car only has 37,000 miles, and has full service history. Message appeared on the dash 'Service due now' and car lost all power. Service was carried out a month earlier. Ford garage done full diagnostics and discovered the injector problem. Although the 3 year warranty is up, I thought Ford would help out with the substantial cost of fixing this problem, as the car has so little mileage, but no they are not interested. Has this been a common problem ?
Car: Ford Kuga Variant: Zetec Model Year: 2016 Category:
Engine & Drivetrain
Not really normal for injectors to fail at 37,000 mls but can for various reasons . Surprised Ford haven't helped or made a contribution to cost , often do if JUST out of warranty but dependant on cause of failure .