Consumer Alert - Consumers Report Defective
Rear Axles In 2002 - 2004 Ford Explorers
And Mercury Mountaineers!
Over the last year many Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer owners have reported problems with the rear axle of the their vehicle. The symptoms usually inlcude a whining noise or humming from the rear of the Explorer. In some cases the noise is loud enough to drown out the radio in the vehicle.
Ford's solution to the problem so far has been to replace the rear axle, but some consumers are reporting that the noise re-occurs shortly after the axle replacement. One consumer is now in need of a third axle, after having their first one replaced at 34,000 miles and again at 45,000 miles. Unfortunately, the consumer reports that Ford refuses to replace the second defective axle, leaving them with a $1500 - $2000 repair bill. s have been applied.
Get Help For The Defective Axle In YOUR Explorer Or Mountaineer!
If you own a Ford Explorer or Mercury Mountaineer and are having or have had problems with Rear End Noise or a Rear Axle Problem, please take a moment to tell us your story. You may be eligible for a NEW VEHICLE or REFUND under the lemon law. If you would like to know whether or not a legitimate claim for recovery is available to you, please take a moment to fill out the free case review form below or contact any of the attorneys listed. There is no cost or fee for doing so. Get rid of that pain the axle!