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#1 OFFLINE   fusionmor


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  • Region:North Africa
  • Locationmorocco
  • My Fusion's Year:2013

Posted 14 March 2019 - 02:24 AM

Hello everyone

  yesterday I started my FFH 13 to drop off my kids at school, 1 mile after just outside school the car caught fire, fortunately I had a powerful fire extinguisher thing that saved me.
I called a licensed mechanic he told me that the water pump that caught fire, precisely the connectors, I wonder the cause and if there is someone who had the same problem as me, as an indication the car has traveled 120K thousand I imported it from the United States currently it is in Morocco

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#2 OFFLINE   muzicman61


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  • Current Vehicle:Fusion Titanium Energi
  • My Fusion's Year:2017

Posted 14 March 2019 - 11:18 AM

Sorry to hear that.  Glad nobody was hurt.  Never heard of that happening before.


#3 OFFLINE   4cylinder


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Posted 28 March 2019 - 08:52 AM

Never heard of this problem on the Energi itself, but fires caused by failed parts are not uncommon on just about any brand of car. I'm guessing the previous owner(s) did not maintain the car too well during the 120,000 miles the car was driven in the USA. Salt corrosion and other wear-and-tear conditions will take their toll on any car and if they aren't addressed in time, disaster ensues. 


As much as I like this car, I honestly would not grey-import it into a nation where such cars are not popular, due to difficulty of repairing and getting replacement parts. Japanese cars are dominant in the Middle East and Africa for a reason!

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