My F150 did a similar thing and it came down to the tech loosening and re-tightening (per Fords instructions) all grounds to the chassis. When that was accomplished, the error codes went away and I never had another issue.
So 6 months ago. I had to replace my rear struts on 2017 Expedition XLT with 45,000 miles. Now, oil is again showing at the seal. Took back to Ford and they say factory is advising that a small leak is part of the design to keep the seal moist. They say oil has to cover 3/4 of the strut or be...
It's a lot of little things... until this morning.
Bluetooth not synching to my phone. I can hear the caller but the caller can't hear me.
I turn the radio (Serius) off and when I turn it back on it doesn't return to the channel I was listening to when I turned it off (or stopped the engine)...
I have kept my keys locked in my F250, F150 and Expedition forever! ALL my keys have been kept in there. Stupid? Probably, yes - but convenient for sure. Mant of my Buds know the door code. Stupid again, yes. Convenient, yes and yes.
As a matter of fact, all the codes were the same.
I got 14,500 off when I bought my 2017 XLT with 2,800 miles. I am told in FL when the odometer turns 3K it's a used vehicle. Not sure if that's true or not but the price was right. It was loaded with options.
Every few minutes listening to Fox News the sound cuts out for about 5 seconds, then resumes only to repeat and repeat. Annoying to say the least. Anyone have a similar problem? Any fixes? suggestions??