would it increase the resale value of our ford fusion 2010 if we got the power steering fixed? Occasionally, we've been experiencing a warning and then the power steering goes off.

Asked by May 16, 2015 at 03:58 PM about the 2010 Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

We turn the car off and back on and the power steering returns.  Apparently, there have
been problems with ford fusions 2010 models and the electric
aspect of the power steering.  I'm not that saavy to explain it well.  But it is well known.  I
guess I wonder if putting $2,000 to fix the problem is money well spent.

3 Answers

Absolutely would increase value. You wouldn't sell it without telling buyer would you? Hope not. If you were on the other end, you would want to know, right? Then personally if I was a potential buyer I would not come near it with that problem. And I don't think I'm alone on that.

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Your not alone.

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We are definitely getting it fixed but my husband doesn't believe that it will increase our resale value. Just wondered what opinions were here

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