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Old 05-29-2009, 03:34 PM
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Traction control system acting up.

I don't know if anyone else has experienced the traction control system not running properly.

There is a tsb report on the traction control module that needs to be replaced. The seat track bar on the driver and passenger side failed again as well. My local dealer has everything on order, so hopefully I'll get her back today.
So far this truck has been great to own and I'm loving every minute of driving it.
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What is the issue with the seat track?
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The seat track was replaced due to the seat track not being able to glide smoothly from front to back. I had the same issue with the drivers side when I purchased my truck. For some reason Ford does not replace the rail , but the whole track assembly. I think only the 2007's had this problem.
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Did the seat problem happen when it was at about 90% back, then it catches, then you have to hit the button again?
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I had the same issue with my 07 Expedition, Traction Control & Seat Rails.... The only other thing is a creaking / ticking noise from the suspension somewhere along the line... other than that I am very happy with my rig.

It took Ford a few days to get everything replaced. Hopefully your up and running by now.
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