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Looks like Ford has isolated impacted manufacturing dates for the hybrid harness / no crank / no start) defect.

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Can someone explain the ANTIFREEZE connection here?
 

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Good to know this, especially with an Order currently stuck ‘In Production’, which may have this harness replacement component, the replacement side air bags AND the louvers removed and vent holes drilled.

[trying to find silver linings as this journey staggers to its conclusion…]

10-17 Edit: It cleared Customs in Nogales AZ, headed NE to Chicago…
 
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Thanks for this.

This answers the questions from forum members who are wondering if the current builds or even if MY23 builds for the Hybrid could still have the problem.

Looks like if your build was after May 13th then the problem will not happen.

This exact date in the TSB seems like Ford narrowed it down to faulty build of batch(s) of the cables and after the date new batches were used that did not have the issue.
 
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Assuming there will be a recall? Mine was built in March, haven't had the issue yet after 7,300 miles.
Don't assume that.

A TSB is just to help dealer techs resolve a known issue, if you come in complaining about that issue.

Sometimes, Ford and/or NHTSA later determines that an issue (with a TSB about it) warrants a recall. Often not.

Only time will tell.
 

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And of coarse the parts are on Back Order.
 

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Is there a number for this tsb? I don’t see one in the pic.
 

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Sometimes, Ford and/or NHTSA later determines that an issue (with a TSB about it) warrants a recall. Often not.
There's also an intermediate step where Ford issues a Customer Satisfaction Program. That is they extend repair coverage/reimbursement on the issue but it isn't a fully fledged NHTSA recall.
 

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There's also an intermediate step where Ford issues a Customer Satisfaction Program. That is they extend repair coverage/reimbursement on the issue but it isn't a fully fledged NHTSA recall.
Basically, that's just Ford's way of trying to get out of a full-blown recall where they're legally obligated to repair all affected vehicles. The wording implies a lack of admission of fault, but they'll repair it anyway "to ensure your satisfaction". Doesn't always work for them.

At the moment, affected Maverick units should still be under the powertrain warranty, so there's no real benefit of a CSP other than that they'll mail out letters just like a recall and it'll be flagged on your VIN.
 

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At the moment, affected Maverick units should still be under the powertrain warranty, so there's no real benefit of a CSP other than that they'll mail out letters just like a recall and it'll be flagged on your VIN.
Some fleet users could easily have exceeded the mileage limitations of the 36k B2B.
 

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Some fleet users could easily have exceeded the mileage limitations of the 36k B2B.
And your reason for believing this isn't a covered under the 5/60k powertrain warranty is?

 

 
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