Hi Jim,Anyone have to apply more pressure to the peddle to avoid creeping up to the car in front of you?
Same here. I’ve noticed sometimes creeping forward and have to apply even more pressure, feels like I’m almost pushing it to the floor to get it to stop fully. Annoying but I got used to itStopping seems normal but when at a light I seem to have to be more aware that I have to apply more pressure than normal to prevent it from creeping. It creeps so softly sometimes I do not notice.
Well Adam,There are those on this forum that will tell you the 5G Ranger does NOT have any kind of brake problem whatsoever and those who think it does are idiots.
Phil I think I wasn’t clear in what I was trying to say. There Are issues w Ranger brakes as you stated whether it’s intrinsic to the design or, as I believe, often needs adjustment and/order bleeding. There are those on here who have not experienced these problems personally and in their on arrogance think everyone else are idiots.Well Adam,
I do not consider myself an idiot but maybe you do? Anyway...your Ranger and everyone else's Ranger meets the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety requirements. What many folks fault is what we call Brake Confidence or Brake Feel. The Ranger either lacks or diminishes these attributes. The top dog at Ford truck to sign off on the brake feel/confidence is a total Nitwit. It should have been address by others and in my opinion, fixed....However, the Ranger Brakes are not a problem for safety....they comply.