Ford Falcon 1997 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Ford Falcon 1997 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Ford Falcon review: 1997-2014
Not a lot of new Ford Falcons are sold these days, so there's a shortage of late models on the used-car scene, but certainly no lack of offering built prior to 2010. For many years Falcon was a huge ...Read More
Used Ford Falcon review: 1997-2012
Ford's Falcon is a rugged family car that copes well with rough and ready Australian bush roads so are very popular out there. They can be on the large side for close city work but have good outward ...Read More
Ford Falcon: Broken wheel bearing
It's not a problem with the bearings, there is something else wrong, perhaps with the axle as your mechanic has suggested.
Ask Smithy Xtra EL Falcon auto jamming
By locking in third gear it’s going into ‘limp home’ mode, probably because the computer has identified an electrical problem with the gearbox. A diagnostic check should identify the fault.
Ford Falcon 1997: Surging under acceleration
Have the injectors cleaned to make sure it isn't a partly blocked injector, if that doesn't fix the problem replace the injectors.
Ask Smithy Xtra Brake shudder Falcon EL
There are a number of factors that could contribute to causing brake shudder, and you’ve highlighted another one. Finding the cause on an individual car can be frustrating.
Ask Smithy Xtra Falcon in neutral
I would suggest that you replace the transmission fluid. That might be enough to fix your problem, but it sounds like the transmission needs a full service.
Used Ford Falcon review: 1997
Falcon GT owners and enthusiasts are hoping Ford doesn't pull off cruel hoax on them when they unveil the new BA GT later this month that they did in 1997 when they launched the EL GT. Falcon GT ...Read More
Used Ford Falcon review: 1996-1998
Ford ruled the road when the EL Falcon was launched in 1996. The company had assumed the top sales spot in the early 1980s and cruised into the 1990s still comfortably ahead of archrival Holden, ...Read More
Running on petrol, lpg
RUNNING on petrol once a month is enough to keep the fuel-system seals and fuel pump from drying out and possibly failing.