Ford EcoBoost Engine

The Ford EcoBoost Engine seems to have developed a defect that causes coolant to leak into the engine cylinders. This includes the 1.5-liter, 1.6-liter and 2-liter EcoBoost engine. Ford installed these EcoBoost engines on the following models:
• 2013-2019 Ford Escape • 2015-2018 Ford Edge
• 2013-2019 Ford Fusion • 2017-2019 Lincoln MKC
• 2017-2019 Lincoln MKZ
Owners who report Ford EcoBoost problems claim the coolant enters the cylinders and causes corrosion, oil dilution and contamination, leading to engine damage and expensive repairs. A class action lawsuit alleges that Ford has known about these defects and simply provided a band-aid or stop gap remedy rather than providing an actual repair. Ford published these repairs using a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) or Special Service Message (SSM), which include the following:
• SSM 47204 – 2015-2018 Fusion/MKZ/MKC/Escape/Edge
• SSM 47462 – 2015-2018 Edge, Fusion, Focus, MKZ, MKC, Escape
• SSM 47625 – 2014-2019 Fusion and 2017-2019 Escape
• SSM 47849 – 2014-2019 Fusion and 2017-2019 Escape
• TSB 19-2375 – 2017-2019 Escape; 2014-2019 Fusion
• TSB 19-2346 – 2015-2018 Edge; 2017-2019 Escape, Fusion; 2017-2019 MKC, MKZ
• TSB 19B37-S1 – 2017-2019 Escape, Fusion
• TSB 20-2100 – 2014-2019 Fusion, 2017-2019 EscapeSB 19B37-S3 – 2017-2019 Fusion, Escape
• SSM 48991 – 2015-2020 F-150/Edge/Fusion, 2016-2018 MKX, 2019-2020 Nautilus, 2017-2020 Continental
If you have experienced any defects with you Ford EcoBoost engine, please contact the Lemon Law Department at the Auto Fraud Legal Center for a free case review. We are here to help you! We have been representing consumers in California for over thirty years. Contact Jeff Le Pere to address any potential lemon law claim or dealer misrepresentation claim you may have.