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KGua

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  • First Name
    Karl
  • Ford Model
    S-Max
  • Ford Year
    2014
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Cheshire

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  1. Thank you both for your comprehensive replies. RE: having the gearbox reconditioned, I had a gearbox service performed at my local Ford dealership after they advised that it should resolve the issues I was having initially. It didn’t so they said next step is a new or reconditioned gearbox. I found an independent garage to recondition the gearbox. I’ll be honest, I’m not sure what this entails. While I’m relatively competent at general vehicle maintenance and minor repairs, gearboxes etc are well outside my comfort zone, so I accepted that I had to trust that it was the gearbox that needed replacing or refurbed. I will definitely be looking into the electrical issues that you have both raised as potential causes though. Thank you so much. I will update on any progress.
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  3. Hi, After a serious issue with the gearbox on our 2014 2.0 diesel auto S-max, we have recently had to pay for the gearbox to be reconditioned. We got the car back on Friday last week, but we are again experiencing problems with the car struggling to find a gear. The revs spike up to over 4K intermittently without the accelerator being pressed. This combined with the occasional up/down change for no reason and revs bouncing frequently. Before I go back to the garage that did the refurb to complain, is there a chance that anything else could be causing this issue? Any guidance will be hugely appreciated.
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