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post #1 of 8 Old August 27th, 2010, 11:34 AM Thread Starter
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Clicking coming from dash

Has anyone else heard a loud clicking noise from from the dash when they start up?
It has happened sporadically in the last few days. Seems to do it when Sync is in use on the head unit. When I switch to radio, it quits.

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post #2 of 8 Old August 27th, 2010, 02:22 PM
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connection trouble???? reception maybe?
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ya know, it sounds mechanical; as if something is ticking.

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common mustang problem.
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Same thing happened to me dude its a loud clack clack clack noise correct??? If so its coming from your AC unit the exact part is the blend door.... when u turn on your car the AC cycles through all the possible settings and the door makes contact.... my 2010 was still under warranty and the dealership where I bought the car replaced it for free

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I'm starting to thin blend doors are a common problem for Fords. It crapped out on my Explorer too.
I'm going to get it to the dealer pronto.

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I'm starting to thin blend doors are a common problem for Fords. It crapped out on my Explorer too.
I'm going to get it to the dealer pronto.
I agree. It is a common problem. Think about this though... What are they going to have to take apart to get your problem fixed? Ford (and everyone else) often uses some cheap plastic clips and fasteners to hold interior parts together. I've often found that things just don't fit right or start to get squeaky after being taken apart for that first time. That really annoys me. Just something to think about brother. Good luck.

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I agree. It is a common problem. Think about this though... What are they going to have to take apart to get your problem fixed? Ford (and everyone else) often uses some cheap plastic clips and fasteners to hold interior parts together. I've often found that things just don't fit right or start to get squeaky after being taken apart for that first time. That really annoys me. Just something to think about brother. Good luck.
I love the interior of the 2010's, but I am constantly hearing a rattling noise in my drivers door. It sounds like there is something loose or something.

And the shiny plastic trim around the shifter box thing crinches when i drive over a bump.

Ughh...and the constant synchros grinding @ 1500 RPM.

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