• maxliner avatar maxliner Posted: 11/8/2012 8:07pm PST

    They should really follow recommendations on how to properly place floor mats, only now that I understand that some are stacking floor mats that cause unintentional acceleration. And then they are blaming the manufacturers.

  • JB Posted: 7/8/2010 3:55am PDT

    Hello Mr. "It's Me". This has everything to do with Ford. You say the Toyota file has to do with mechanical/electrical? Do you know something NHTSA and NASA and Toyota does not? Not one single case of mechanical/electrical problem has been found or proven for Toyota; NASA's report is due out in August 2010. How naive are you anyway? Ford has a problem with sudden unitnended acceleration.

  • Adam Posted: 6/3/2010 9:50pm PDT

    How is this a "recall alert?" These are 3 cases of people not following directions, and this is no fault of Ford's whatsoever -- Ford who explicitly recommends that people NOT do what these people did.
    This is a non-story, and shame on you for stirring up unfounded panic about fake issues.

  • It's Me Again Posted: 6/3/2010 9:37pm PDT

    Also, how about not having a headline that blames Ford floor mats for the issue when it's clearly stated that all 3 complaints have been related to all-weather mats that were improperly installed?

  • It's Me Posted: 6/3/2010 9:35pm PDT

    I don't see how this has anything to do with Ford. It's nothing like the Toyota problem which was a mechanical/electrical issue. This Ford Fusion problem is about consumers being idiots and 1) not reading the directions that came with their floor mats, 2) not listening to Ford's recommendations to not stack floor mats, 3) being lazy for not removing the original floor mats before installing the new ones, and 4) being stupid for thinking this is a problem with the car, not their own inability to follow directions or use their own brain to realize what's going on. How about being responsible for your own actions for a change rather than blaming everyone else?