What's Causing the Ford Edge Rattling Noise?
The flexplate that converts engine energy into something the transmisson can use to move the car is cracking in 2015-2018 Edge SUVs with EcoBoost engines. The cracks result in troubling engine rattles that, left unattended, can result in a …Continue reading article "What's Causing the Ford Edge Rattling Noise?"
Why Does the EcoBoost Engine Keep Catching on Fire?
The EcoBoost engine has a design flaw in the engine block and cylinder head that allow coolant to leak into the cylinder. When those leaks begin drivers can expect misfires, overheating, engine fires, and catastrophic failure. …Continue reading article "Why Does the EcoBoost Engine Keep Catching on Fire?"
MyFord Touch Complaints
Ford's customer satisfaction has been in steady decline since 2010. MyFord Touch was also released in 2010. This is not a coincidence. The system was Ford's attempt at an all-in-one, in-dash communication and entertainment system. What owne…Continue reading article "MyFord Touch Complaints"
What Owners Complain About
Sometimes it helps just to tally up the complaints and see where the biggest stacks are. Use this information to learn about troublespots or to run for the hills.
What Breaks the Most
2nd Generation (2015–2020) Edge Key Numbers
This lawsuit alleges defects in the EcoBoost engines causes coolant to leak into the cylinders in the 1.5L, 1.6L and 2.0L engines. This causes the engines to overheat, fail and catch fire.
According to the Ford EcoBoost class action lawsuit, the engines have inadequate seals on the cylinder heads and grooves where the cylinder heads attach to the engine blocks. Coolant allegedly enters through the grooves where it pools and degrades the gasket seals and causes coolant to leak into the cylinders.
A class action lawsuit alleges the engine flexplate in the 2015-2018 Edge is defective which causes the SUV to suddenly stall and come to an unexpected stop. According to the plaintiff, the rattling noise occurs in the 2-liter EcoBoost engines in four specific trims.
Ford is recalling a problem that can cause a sudden loss of power while driving or an unexpected rollaway while parking. Neither of these things are ideal.
The issue revolves around excess vibration that can prematurely snap a link shaft bracket somewhere in the powertrain. I'm guessing the transmission? Maybe the flux capacitor? Who can say for sure.…keep reading article "Little Known Bracket Recalled For Causing Big Time Problems in 16,000 Ford Vehicles"
Ford has issued a small but important electrical recall for 87 vehicles with improperly secured power supply cables.
The cables are at the starters and alternators and the unsecured connections could cause electrical arcs. Those arcs could easily start fires.
There are so many recalls these days that it’s no longer shocking when brand new vehicles get called back for repairs. But it really makes you wonder wire these automakers can’t get their act together.
Puns aside, find out if your vehicle is affected here. It only takes a minute, so watt are you waiting for?keep reading article "Unsecured Connections Are Causing Electrical Arcs in Newer Ford Models"
The 2015–16 Edge has been recalled because Ford gave 58 of you the wrong ABS software.
Ford says the recalled 2015-16 Ford Edge SUVs were brought in for service repairs and were loaded with the wrong anti-lock braking system (ABS) software.
So how much harm could a little mistake like that do? Well, for starters it can disable the vehicle's electronic stability control, engine torque control, and traction control. Oh, also – also! – the electronic parking brake light and the ability to release the parking brake entirely.
It's like the Beach Boys said in that song, "and we'll have fun, fun, fun, until Ford gives me the wrong software and my car loses all control". Or something like that
(I'm not good with lyrics).keep reading article "Ford Edge Has Wrong ABS Software"