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The Ford Transit Connect is a compact panel van, designed by Peter Horbury, and developed by Ford's European division. Introduced in 2002 as a replacement on a dedicated commercial vehicle platform, it was imported to North America for the 2010 model year. With no direct predecessor, it's a distinctive offering, sporting sliding side doors, and spanning three generations in the North American market. Notable updates came in 2009, including engine changes with a 2.0L four-cylinder petrol engine for North America while other markets got a 1.8L diesel engine. It offers two trim levels: XL and XLT, and boasts decent fuel efficiency. A second-generation model was released in September 2012, featuring Ford's Kinetic Design language. Notable changes include an optional rear liftgate and a personalized key system known as MyKey, allowing owners to program keys to control various features such as speed, security, and radio volume. Currently produced in Valencia, Spain, the 2014 version is powered by either a 2.5 L inline-4 or a 1.6 L EcoBoost turbocharged inline-4 engine, paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Notably, there's an alternative fuel version that allows conversion to use CNG or LPG/propane. In the US, the model comes with two wheelbase options and 5 or 7 passenger seats, the latter being Ford's first 7-passenger minivan since 2007.

The Ford Transit Connect, across various models and years, has had notable transmission issues central to its functionality. The transmission plays a crucial role in converting the engine's power to the wheels, dictating the speed and overall performance of the vehicle. For the 2020 model, transmission malfunctions may manifest as delayed shifting, audible grinding during acceleration, vibrations regardless of speed, whistling sounds, and even a burning scent from the engine area. Ignoring these symptoms could not only compromise fuel efficiency but might also render the vehicle immobile. Ford's recommendation is a routine inspection and potential replacement of transmission and differential fluids with their certified product roughly every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. Habits like perpetually resting on the brakes or towing loads beyond the vehicle's limit might intensify these transmission issues. Importantly, it's vital to promptly tackle any transmission fluid leaks, given they're relatively affordable to repair and easy to spot. Delving into the history, the first-generation Ford Transit Connect Van (2010-2013) has been susceptible to a myriad of problems. Beyond transmission issues characterized by erratic shifting and the emergence of codes like P0751, P0752, or P0972, owners have reported rusting and breaking of rear door hinges, requiring total hinge replacement if the door shows scraping, squeaking, or sagging behaviors. The vehicle might also display throttle problems due to a grimy throttle body, recognizable by its sluggish or stalling motion and specific engine codes like P2111 or P2135. Furthermore, clogged fuel injectors could result in misfiring, stalling, and a decrease in engine potency. Given the mileage these vehicles often run, the occasional transmission overhaul or outright replacement might be in order. Following the maintenance instructions in the owner's manual offers a proactive approach to these prevalent issues.

Every OEM part is meticulously built to precisely match the original part's specs. They also adhere to strict official quality control standards during manufacture to guarantee exceptional quality. At, we provide a vast inventory of genuine Ford Transit Connect parts, all at the most competitive prices online. Rest assured, our parts are fully supported by the manufacturer's warranty. We also offer a hassle-free return policy and swift delivery service, ensuring your utmost satisfaction with every purchase.