Car starts, but message group says door ajar, tire pressure monitor fault, gear shift locked

Asked by Jul 12, 2015 at 01:51 PM about the 2010 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Iwent out to start my car. Car started fine, I tried opening windows, turning on radio,then noticed the message board saying door ajar, tire pressure monitor fault, and I couldn't put the car in gear.  I had service and inspection done a few weeks ago..

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Hello Silver star. Did you figure out the solution to the problem?

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Im having the same problem with my 2010 fusion. The only thing i can do is disconnect the battery for a few minutes to reset computer then its ok for awhile. Starting to think maybe a security problem. Help would be greatly appreciated

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I went to my dealer and they did various tests and ultimately replaced the smart junction box. Knock on wood everything has been great since.

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Was it an expensive repair ? Thanks again for the help

I called Ford and got a claim number to give my dealer. Between that and my dealer I paid only for additional work I had done that had nothing to do with the junction box. You might try to call them, mine was the first they heard of the problem.

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