Ford Falcon 1999 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Ford Falcon 1999 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Ford Falcon: Electrical problems
Take it to a mechanic or auto electrician to sort it out. It could be a problem with the dash.
Ford Falcon 1999: Expected kilometres
On average I would expect a 1999 Falcon to have done 200,000 to 400,000 km.
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
Ford Falcon: Upgrading to bigger wheels
The only thing you should be concerned about is the affect it might have on the speedo readings. Check the overall diameter of the 16-inch wheels and tyres and compare them to the diameter of the 25-inch wheel and tyre combination. If they're close to the same I don't believe you would have any trouble fitting them to the 2000 AU.
Used Ford Falcon review: 1998-2012
Ford's Falcon has slipped from the minds of many new-car buyers in recent years, resulting in the sad news that production will cease late in 2016. However, the iconic Falcon has long been a ...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: Crank angle sensor
Replacing the crank angle sensor is a good start, that's most likely the problem. The coil could also be dodgy, but I would replace the crank angle sensor first.
Ford ute balljoints worn
Yours is the first report we've had at CarsGuide about the Falcon, which has a different front suspension set-up to that on the Territory.
Used Ford Falcon review: 1998-2000
The XR6 has been a stunning success for Ford since its introduction in 1990. It was a bold move by Ford and Tickford at the time to build a six-cylinder sports sedan for a market that was brought up ...Read More
Used Ford Falcon AU review: 1998-2000
Ford launched the ill-fated AU Falcon with the slogan “You’ve come a long way baby” and proclaimed it as “dramatically different”. It was rather too dramatic for the conservative tastes of many ...Read More