I took my Ford Fusion into the Upper Marlboro, MD dealership in April 2016 to address a recall on the fuel emissions system. The dealership said that my particular car was fine and did not need to have any parts replaced.
A mere 3 months later, my check engine light appeared. Turns out, the exact part that was just "inspected" and "fine", is now no longer fine. I returned to the dealership and they said they could not help me because the warranty was closed (due to previously inspecting the part). I called Ford headquarters and talked to a kind man in customer service.
He said that because it is not an open warranty, there is nothing to be done.
Basically, I now have a part of my car that is broken, and Ford has admitted that they put in said faulty part, but they will not fix it.
Reviewer is in unhappy mood. Please immediately contact the author of this review to discuss warranty issue of 2010 ford fusion car. Ford needs to read this review and look into the issue (if any) according to poster's claims.