Whats wrong with my car?

Asked by Apr 05, 2017 at 05:43 PM about the 2014 Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2014 Ford Fusions center console keeps cutting off.  The radio, air
conditioner, and screen do not cut on.  The temperature gage doesn't work
on either screen.  The electric windows will not roll up or down the electric
door locks will not engage and the keyless entry pad will not work.  I have
taken it to the dealership multiple times (including when the car is doing
this) and they cannot figure out what is wrong with it.  Last time they
replaced the body control module and the console shut off the next day.  
Now they are saying my warranty is out but they still haven't fixed the
problem.

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Did you buy it new or used? Electrical issues are the hardest to find. I suspect it might have been a flood car if you bought it used. Have a good local mechanic take a look at it and tell then what was replaced.

I bought the car brand new with less than fifty miles on it.

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