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2015 Ford Fusion with Faulty Torque Converter

jstrickbinejstrickbine Posts: 1
edited August 2017 in Ford
Has anyone else had to replace a torque converter at 63K miles? I would think that Ford would realize that a car less than 3 years old should not have to replace a torque converter for $2,350....Does that sound like a normal problem or one that Ford should take some responsibility for. I am not wanting them to pay for it but they should do something when an obvious mechanical defection occurs!!!
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