I purchased a new 2013 Mustang on Sunday, May 20. On Monday, I noticed a fairly loud squeaking sound from underneath the hood. The noise is evident when I accelerate; even happens when I rev up the engine while on parking.
Took it to the dealership today (May 23rd). They said it is probably a belt. They said they fixed it. Well, the sound it still there!! The dealership said that will replace the belt next week as it will take then some time to get the belt. They said that until then I can get a loaner from them for $10 a day.
I really expected better from Ford. A new car should not have problems. I should not have to make trips to the dealership with a three day old car. I REALLY want to exchange this car with one with no problems!! Who knows what other problems this car may have. Do I have any options other than letting the dealership correct the source of the noise? This seems wrong to me as such issues should not happen in a brand new car. I reside in Northern Virginia; the dealership is in this area too.
Any guidance would be much appreciated. Thanks!