I reported an issue to the dealership service about my Lincoln MKC when the gas tank is full or 3/4 there is a sloshing sound of liquid especially when I accelerate and brake. It is definitley more noticeable when the tank is fuller. The service foreman agreed with the noise, tested other MKC's on the lot and found the same noise. They have apparently placed a global concern to Customer help, but I think this will get me no where. I contacted customer service and they basically said that there is no fix and that a lot more complaints have to come through to even think of a recall. So I spend a lot of money on a "luxury" car and I have to deal with an obvious engineering problem. What does it take for a company like Ford/Lincoln to investigate and confirm the issue and fix their mistakes. A 2 month old car should not sound like huge waves are hitting my it or that I getting bumped every time I brake.
Any MKC owners out there please check this and place a formal complaint so they can fix their mistakes instead ignoring them.
Just wondering what you mean by "sloshing tank has been tried already"? Do you mean you think it is BS? If so I wish you lived near Toronto because I would show you how bad it is. When I brake hard you feel I big thump. It was even verified by a service guy at Ford\Lincoln who drove his manager's MKC which is weird why it wasn't noticed by the manager until it was pointed out.