Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by GCATX, Jul 31, 2019.
what happened to the tranny?
Damn lol that’s a lot of issues ^ lemon law?
Supposedly the housing was cracked where the transfer case bolted up, but I called BS as it was perfect until the "roll pin" recall. I think the tech neglected to re-install/replace the transmission dowel pins, which caused the entire transmission/T-case to flex and cause damage. First blamed on bad transmission pan, followed by bad transfer case seal, followed by "cracked" housing. I never seen it in person to verify.
Nevertheless, the 1st transmissions shifting patterns 3-4-5 were so harsh was happy to see it replaced. The 2nd transmission has been much smoother.
thanks, reason I ask - not to make light of your issues - but alot of them are indicative of first model year redesign growing pans, but the tranny is a big ticket item & cause for concern. Sounds like it could have been due to some error on previous work done.
early model 2017 (ordered in DEC 2016, delvered march 2017) about roll over 60k miles!
I guess by your join date, we bought around the same time. October of 2018. I just turned 25,xxx miles and was thinking i drove too much. Your 38k makes me feel better.
I sold my 17 2 months ago and it had 86k on the clock. The only issue was a gremlin in the sunroof that had to be repaired 2 or 3 times.
Why’d ya sell? What did you replace it with?
I sold it to reduce my vehicles a bit figuring I didn't need the Raptor. Turns out I was wrong and I'm currently working on getting another Raptor.
I forgot to add the horn....
12. Dead horn 11/2019 - not covered under warranty since past bumper:bumper.
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