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Ford recalls 3.6 million vehicles -- dailypress.com

There are 5 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Aug 6, 2007, titled Ford recalls 3.6 million vehicles -- dailypress.com. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

Ford Motor Co. has recalled 3.6 million passenger cars, trucks, sport utility vehicles and vans to address concerns about a cruise control switch that has led to previous recalls based on reports of fires.

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Anonymous

Hampton, VA

#1 Aug 6, 2007
If these people had spent their money more wisely and bought a Dodge, they wouldn't have had this problem.
Its all crap

United States

#2 Aug 6, 2007
Anonymous wrote:
If these people had spent their money more wisely and bought a Dodge, they wouldn't have had this problem.
I beg to differ...I owned a Dodge Neon. Bought it brand new, kept up on all maintenance, and at 60K miles the transmission AND radiator went on me. Would have cost a pretty penny to fix. I've had many bad experiences with American-made vehicles, and can honestly say that I will never buy another one. I have a Honda now, and will always buy Hondas or Toyotas in the future. Unfortunately, American car makers can't figure out how to build a good car that will LAST.
Kim

Hampton, VA

#3 Aug 6, 2007
Our class C motor home was part of the initial cruise control recall. We were concerned that none of the local Ford dealers would be able to work on it but were pleasantly surpised to learn that Wynne Ford in Hampton would be able to do the job. They took care of the problem quickly and were extremely nice to deal with. Anyone affected by this new recall can feel confident taking their vehicle to Wynne Ford.
Jim Newman

Newport News, VA

#4 Aug 6, 2007
As far as I am concerned, Ford deserves all the problems it is experiencing. My 1995 Windstar developed a major transmission problem after 51,000 miles and Ford refused to stand behind the problem. Warranty repair was denied. As a contrast my Toyota 4-Runner had a head gasket problem after 8 years and 92,000 miles. Toyota fixed that problem at no cost to me. Another: Our Honda Odyssey was repaired 3 times at no cost after 58,000; 64,000 72,000 miles (transmission, cataletic converter and EGR system. Ladies & Gentlemen, this is how customer loyalty is built and how Ford lost the game!
RAYMOND SZUDZIK

AOL

#5 Aug 12, 2007
HELLO
CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT PARTS IF ANY WERE MADE IN 1965/1966 FOR THE MUSTANG AT THE BUFFALO NY PLANT ANY INFO CAN BE SENT TO MY EMAIL AT [email protected]

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