Are the front pads original? Based on my wear rate I would not be surprised if they outlast the van, and my driving is short trips in hill country, not long flat highway miles. TPMS error could be a bad sensor and it could be interference from something like a GPS. I had that crop up again yesterday. Last time it was a knackered sensor.Sorry I have been off the grid for awhile--
Still driving a lot..but not quite as much.
Van is at 174k..still alive and kicking. Just got back from a trip DC-FL-NYC-DC. No oil leaks, doesn't burn oil.
--TPMS keeps giving me intermittent sensor "error"..all tires inflated to proper psi..annoying
-- Cracked windshield
-- Rear brake pads finally need replacing, they are at 2-3mm, front brakes still OK at 6mm
-- Will need 2 new tires soon...the rears keep wearing out faster than fronts due to load...can't keep up with rotation.
174k.Any high mileage ecoboost transit owners? Just put a deposit down on a. 3.5 EB 350 lwb high roof. Are the 2017s pretty solid performers?
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I agree, the TPS receiver is supposedly located somewhere above the drivers sun visor (I have not found it yet). Not knowing that after I installed a 4 channel mobile DVR in the left opening in the overhead storage shelf and then had almost continuous TPS fault indications. The wires to the DVR were long enough to move it to the right hand opening which really helped. Now every once in a while when it is below freezing and at highway speeds I get a TPS fault. I mentioned it to the dealers service department who dismissed the DVR causing the interference saying I should bring it in so they can check it. Being it rarely happens I think I am wasting my time if it doesn't happen while they have it. They also told me the receiver was under the dashboard. Has anyone confirmed the location of the TPS receiver? Somewhere I read the same receiver is also used for the keyless entry which I believe since the DVR being on reduces the range of the keyfob.
Ok, New Guy here. I am looking at a 2015 transit 250 med roof with 210,000 miles on it. Looks and sounds good. What should I look for?
also it has a working thermo king refrigeration system on it. They are asking $14,000 for it.
I was debating whether or not to tell him "don't hijack threads, start your own". Then I figured although he's not an owner, the fact of a 210,000 mile 2015 Transit "kinda" fits here if you squint.Your query might be better served by starting a new thread. This is for owners to post their high mileages.