Ford Territory Engine Problems
Ford Territory 2011: Servicing problems
If you can establish without doubt that the bolts came loose as a result of a manufacturing fault you might have a claim against Ford for the repairs, but if it’s not clear what caused them to come loose you won't have much joy. You could consult the ACCC if you feel you want to pursue Ford for compensation.
Ford Territory 2012: Does this model have a timing chain?
Yes, it does
Ford Territory 2004: Electrics not working
Check the fuses and the connections to the fuse box.
Ford Territory 2012: Dealership testing errors for seven weeks
Being without a car for seven weeks is completely unacceptable, and their apparent reluctance to return calls makes it even worse. Talk to the ACCC and try to have them intervene on your behalf.
What can we do to replace the engine on our 2013 Ford Territory?
I am guessing it is a diesel. The diesel is known to blow at quite low kilometres and with no warning. Being just five years old, and having done so few kilometres I would approach Ford for help with the cost of repairs as a gesture of goodwill. They could argue that it is out of warranty, and that you bought it second hand, but I think you could argue that it is not reasonable to have an engine fail in these circumstances.
What is causing my Ford Territory to overheat?
Make sure the coolant is topped up, check for coolant leaks, check the operation of the thermostat, and check the operation of the thermo fan.
Is an ECM replacement on '11 Ford Territory a major problem?
Cars go into limp home mode for many and various reasons. It’s not everyday that the ECM has to be replaced, but it’s uncommon either. I wouldn’t be overly concerned about it doing it again. It’s possible that it could, but you’ll never be far from help from a Ford dealer if it does happen to fail again.
Why is my 2006 Ford Territory stalling?
The idle speed is possibly too low. Take it to a mechanic and have it checked.
Disassembled Territory ignition barrel
Replace the ignition lock.