Five problems related to transmission noise have been reported for the 2007 Ford Edge. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Please also check out the statistics and reliability analysis of the 2007 Ford Edge based on all problems reported for the 2007 Edge.
I was exiting the freeway, slowing down on the ramp, and I lost complete loss of acceleration as I came to a stop at the light. Up on green signal, even with pushing of the gas pedal, my car did not accelerate. And in a few seconds, the transmission engaged violently with a huge noise and led to sudden acceleration, followed by loss of acceleration again. I tried pushing the pedal one more time but realized that there was no acceleration. I then stopped and got my vehicle towed to a Ford dealership and their finding is that the transmission needs to be replaced completely.
The contact owns a 2007 Ford Edge. The contact stated that the transmission failed while driving approximately 45 mph. The vehicle emitted a loud noise under the hood and the wringer and air bag warning indicators illuminated. The contact was able to coast the vehicle onto the road shoulder. The vehicle was restarted and returned to normal. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not notified. The failure mileage was 116,000.
Tl-the contact owns a 2007 Ford Edge. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds, the tire pressure illuminates and the vehicle decrease in speed. The contact observed an abnormal noise from the transmission hear while switching gears. The contact also stated that the brake pedal was being depressed but the brakes became in operable. The vehicle was taken to a independent mechanic where it was not diagnosed or repaired. The failure happened intermittently. The manufacturer was not aware of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 111,000. Ec.
My 2007 Ford Edge had been having what people refer to as a slipped transmission. At first it would not accelerate, and it would only go in reverse not forward. I turned it off and on twice and then it seemed to operate normally. I took it into the dealership the next day and I was first told there was no issue, then it happened again, this time it would also do a violent jerk as if I'd been rear-ended. The service dept replaced the computer chip (not sure which one but something to do with the transmission). A couple of weeks later it again failed to accelerate but this time it would not restart without a loud grinding noise. After towing it to the dealership, the transmission was completely replaced. However it has since started doing the exact same thing, bumping as if the car had been rear-ended as the car is in motion, in various circumstances. There are numerous complaints about the same issue on different forums. . Read more...
The ptu (power take off unit) on my awd Ford Edge is leaking and needs to be replaced- per the dealership- it smells and the transmission clunks/ makes noise. These are all known issues to Ford and they refuse to fix the issues. The foam seal between my windshield and dash board is coming out of the gap and causing visibility issues as it is distracting- another Ford known issue with multiple TSB's and they refuse to help without me paying out of pocket for their issues.
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