Ford Falcon 2004 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Ford Falcon 2004 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Ford Falcon review: 2002-2016
Ewan Kennedy reviews the 2002, 2004, 2008, 2011 and 2015 Ford Falcon as a used buy. In October 2016 the last Ford Falcon left the assemble line, not long after its 56th birthday in Australia. What ...Read More
Ford Falcon: Indicator failure
When a globe in one of the indicators goes out the other indicator on the same side as the one that has failed will flash quickly. At the same time the indicators in the instrument cluster will flash quickly and the audible indicator will click quickly. Turn each of the indicators on and check that they are working. If they aren't it suggests a deeper problem, which could be a fault with the cluster. One thing for sure it won't fix itself. If you want to get a second opinion take it to an auto electrician.
Ford Falcon 2004: Noise over small bumps
It's not possible to say with any certainty without inspecting the car, which is what you should have done. But on what you have told us I'd be looking at the suspension bushes and shock absorbers in the front-end.
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 2004: Shuddering
I suspect you have a vacuum leak, probably caused by a cracked or split vacuum fitting on the brake booster.
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
Installing traction control or ESC to my car
I'm not aware of any aftermarket systems that you could have fitted to your car. The best and cheapest way to get the safety the systems provide is to update to a later model already fitted with them.
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
Falcon using fuel
Based on your figures it's consuming about 50 percent more LPG than it should. It should be doing around 17-18 L/100 km on LPG, not 24-25. I would have the LPG system serviced, and the spark plugs and plug leads changed.
Ford Falcon 2004: Fuel consumption
Ford's claimed fuel consumption for that model was 11.4 L/100 km overall, which means you should get 550 km or so from a tank of fuel. Regular unleaded was Ford's recommended fuel for your car, that's 91- octane. They also gave the tick of approval for E10.