Focus problems and owner complaints are
varied among 2008-2015 model years. This website provides information to consumers that can be used to alleviate the problems they may be experiencing with their Focus, and/or legal remedies available to them under state lemon laws.
owner problems and complaints may
ENGINE” warning light illumination
of power, hard-start, engine
“stalling”, no-start and other
engine operational issues
and brake problems.
conditioning system problems.
/ MY TOUCH malfunctions or failures
Pressure warning light is
illuminated, or SRS/airbag warning
lights for its safety systems.
the new 2012 - 2013 Ford Focus, SelectShift automatic transmission problems (this is actually an electronically shifting/ controlled dry clutch gearbox). Transmission engagement and shifting problems on 2008 - 2011 model-year Focus. Manual transmission gearbox/clutch problems.
Motor Company, and its authorized Ford
dealers are aware of the various
problem(s) with the 2008-2015 model-year
Ford Focus compact. Many dealers
are performing “software updates” to
the engine and transmission systems on
the new 2012/2013 models, as well as
software updates and recalls on the
is what some dealers are doing in an
attempt to correct the issues with these
DTC’s (Diagnostic Trouble Codes)
software to the engine and/or
Ford Technical Support HOTLINE.
TSB’s (Technical Service
Bulletins) or NHTSA mandated Safety
Ford “Oasis” online shop
information system, and following
“Oasis” topics repairs.
further instructions from Ford
Technical Support HOTLINE for
problems that cannot be remedied by
the above, or simply that Ford
Engineering has the issue “under
investigation”, but with no
current fix available.
Yes, you can do something about this, whether the
vehicle is currently fixed or not!
you own/lease a 2008-2015 Ford Focus
(whether the issue(s) are/is fixed or
not), you live in California, and you
have 3 or more documented warranty
repair orders where you have complained
about the same issue, we encourage you
to call our law firm at:
Ford Focus may qualify for a buyback
under the California Lemon Law, or you
may be entitled to substantial cash
compensation in the thousands of
dollars. In California, your
attorney’s fees are billed to the
automobile manufacturer. You can
call us, or use our convenient free case
evaluation form below. Either way, you
don’t have to put up with a vehicle
that does not drive/operate correctly,
or is unsafe!