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Has transmission fluid & filter been changed? If so, I'd be shopping transmission shops as parts & labor varies widely.

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Mar 25, 2011


Your ABS and traction control use the same sensors. one is probably knocked out of alignment or bad, and it takes special equipment to get them right. Take it to an alignment shop, as they are cheaper than dealerships if you don't have warranty left.

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Mar 01, 2011


Not with out a mess, once you pull the seal, all the fluid will come pouring out. other than that, Yes if you have enough room you can do it in your garage.

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Feb 25, 2011


carboned up use high grade gas with injector cleaner

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Feb 16, 2011


You have two terminals on the battery. They have one bolt a piece. The hot side is red. The ground is blue. Make sure the two do not touch. Take the hot side off first. Be careful not to touch the wrench to anything metal. It will give you a shock. Take the ground off next and pull it out. You probably have a battery holder on it to. It should be just a bolt as well.

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Feb 11, 2011


one thing that people do not do is lubricate the inside door latches and mecanisms. Because it requires the removal of the inner door panels. Sometimes when doors fail and the outer handle is jerked on and stuff and the inner latch gets dirty and stiff to move the door latch rods bend slightly which stop making contact to open latch. Also the electric door locks are not that strong and if latches get stiff they wont operate as well which won't move that sticky latch. I believe if you remove the inner door panels and clean latches as well as electric locks with brake kleen and then lubricate with a lithium spray white grease you will cure the problem. But also check for proper operation while apart and possibly straighten a bent rod for better operation.While you have door apart also get a graphite window channel lube and lube channels for the window. Not a difficult procedure but just aggrevating as it needs to be done, We all just want to climb in and drive,not work on them. Good luck and have fun and also be carefull when removing inner door panel and try not to break any plastic clips or tabs,at the single digits plastic does not give or cooperate.

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Feb 02, 2011


could be a fuse or the brake light switch is bad.

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Jan 30, 2011


Don't know what year but Fords have fusable links at the battery or starter solinoid. If they burn you may lose power to certian circuts.

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Jan 13, 2011


its a ford..... what kind of ford is it? whats the engine size? etc... the more info you have to give us the more we can help you :)

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Dec 29, 2010


I had a similar problem. Tune your sirius to 184, leaving the radio and the key on with the drivers door open. Let set for 15 minutes. Before you do this procedure, call sirius to tell them to send a boost to your radio. This should take care of your problem. Good luck :)

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Nov 18, 2010


never buy the cheap pads. they are more metallic and sometimes not always but sometimes will squeal even when new. buy the OE or step up in quality even if the cheap ones are OE so are the step ups. spend 10-20 more dollars. get longer brake life, less brake dust on wheels, and not risking noisy brakes. ask guy at parts counter he wont steer you wrong. he wants u to spend more money

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Nov 15, 2010


The fuse fo the parking assist is #35. You can get the owners manual on the link below page 245 shows the fuse layout.

http://www.motorcraftservice.com/pubs/content/~WOAEDG/~MUS~LEN/40/10edgog3e.pdf

Good Luck

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Nov 08, 2010


If your talking about the battery cables,they need to be one piece,as they were when the vehicle was made.
No Dealer should be cutting off the ends, and putting on, clamp-on terminal connectors

Most people love them,because they don't want to do a proper replacement, of a worm or corroded cable,most people are too lazy and too cheap.

Those people, I call Butchers

If you got corrosion into the positive or ground cable,you got a voltage drop to the starter and all other vehicle systems.

Replace the entire cable. Auto part store or dealer item

You should have no more than .02 Volt loss, on a good cable

Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Nov 07, 2010


this is caused by the AC compressor cycling switch which controls the AC max/minimum temperature being defective and stuck closed, this freezes up the AC evaporator core in the dash and that is the frost you see coming out the vents, you need to replace the low side pressure line compressor cycling switch, under the hood it is located in the larger of the two AC lines from the compressor, this also the line that gets cold, it attaches to a port on that line or the AC accumulator which is a can like part, below is a typical Ford cycling switch, shown are the tow common types.

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Ford Edge Cars &... | Answered on Nov 04, 2010

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