Do you have an automatic transmission? What gears do you have? Did you buy it new?
But that's 7 gears :yelwacko:Yes I have an Automatic. Gears... it's the 6 speed it came with with P, R, N, D, 3, 2, 1
For being such an easy thing to diagnose they are taking their sweet time or else they are just incompetent. That day was probably about 102 degrees and I had been driving around in city for about 6 hours but I still don't think it should have overheated. I have never had a car overheat on me before. I did not know about the "learning transmission". So you are saying I should just start flooring it everywhere I go and the car will realize I want it to pick up the pace quicker? lol I could probably do that...Overheating is not too complicated an issue to diagnose......water pump, thermostat, or a leak are the only culprits. Thermostats don't always seize in the fully open or closed position....it may have seized up partially open. What are your driving conditions/traffic? With the 100+ temps in Tejas of late touch and go, or dealocked traffic can heat the car up more than normal.
The mustang auto is a learning transmission......if you baby it the tranny will cater to that, and the opposite.
I too am a fellow audiophile.......what do you mean when you mention "audio issues" . For the discerning music fiend you are going to be very disappointed with 95% of factory radios.
Hope you get it resolved in quick order.......climb up the dealers butt about their apparent inadequacy.
I have the Shaker 500...and dynamatThe speakers on the Shaker 500 don't sound too bad but a little dynamat and some aftermarket door speakers work wonders.
The dealer can do very little with the poor fidelity engineering of the Shaker 500 stereo. If you do a search you'll see rattles & poor fidelity are the norm. Both by products of having Sub-woofers mounted in the doors.As for Audio problems I seem to have been plagued. The biggest issue I noticed at first was horrible vibrations in the door panels at any substantial levels of bass on certain songs. Ford reps sat in car with me when things were OBVIOUSLY rattling and said they could not hear anything... I say BS!
I mean are do you have nothing where the original subs were?The dealer can do very little with the poor fidelity engineering of the Shaker 500 stereo. If you do a search you'll see rattles & poor fidelity are the norm. Both by products of having Sub-woofers mounted in the doors.
My sub-woofer is in the trunk, I have no door rattles, and my stereo sounds great.
Here's an accurate assessment IMO.
Hopefully the dealer will figure out your over heating issue, as others have stated it should be routine for them. Good luck.