Ford Edge owners have reported 145 problems related to equipment (under the equipment category).
Driving along and the car lost power, wrench light came on. We shut car off and it started and we resumed driving. The next day it happened 5 times. Called Ford and they were no recalls but if you look on line there are many complaints about this issue which can cause someone's life! I believe this should be a reacall by Ford. I called Ford and received a case number cas 5561560 the part (thrrottle) cost 600 to fix since it was not covered. I hope that there is no fatalities with this issue before Ford recognizes it!.
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The rear window of vehicle shattered simultaneous to turning the ignition switch. There was no impact to the window; it just shattered. Nothing dropped from the sky; the vehicle was parked in the driveway well away from traffic both vehicle and pedestrian. I repeat it just spontaneously shattered. There is only two thousand miles on this vehicle. This should not have happened.
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Driver door sensor states door is ajar when it is not.
Door latch adjar switch light says passenger door is not close when it is close, interior light will not go off. And doors will not lock as long as it says door is adjar.
The latch sensor telling the car that the door is ajar is sticking. It won't allow the doors to lock because it thinks the door is still ajar. The interior lights stay on which also drain the car's battery. The fact that my car doors won't lock as a result of this sensor issue is a safety issue for all that encounter it.
The driver side door ajar sensor is malfunctioning. Even though door appears closed, the sensor indicates it is not closed. This results in the dome lights being on, even when driving at night, making it difficult to see the road. It also regularly tells me to put the car into park, even when driving 65 mph down the road.
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I was driving my 2011 Ford Edge down a busy high traffic area going 45 mph and my car started shaking the tool light came on the dashboard and it just stopped in the middle of the road, someone almost rear ended me people were honking, I still had all power but my acceleration just stopped, pulled over to the side with the emergency flashes on turned the car off and sat for a minute I restarted it and drove it home, it did the exact same thing two days later. I called my extended warranty company and proceeded to take it to the dealership. I told them after doing research I thought it was the throttle body. They checked it out and said it was a bad mass sensor, fixed it and said I was good to go. I picked up the car and two days later it did the same thing, car shook, tool light came on, then I lost acceleration, coasted into a parking lot, happened 2 more times again. I took it back to the dealership they said no codes were coming up so they couldn't fix anything. I said well obviously something is wrong, I suggested the throttle body they said no codes came up, nothing they can do, again I said something is wrong its not safe to drive! he said unless the code comes up Ford will not let them replace anything. I asked him what the solution is he had nothing. He said unless it happens while they test drove it there is nothing they can do. So im stuck with a faulty car with no solutions.
The door sensor erroneously indicates door ajar. This prevents the door locks from actuating and allows children to accidently open door when moving. Also the dome lights stay on at hours of darkness, impeding visibility.
I was turning a corner slowly when the car halted abruptly and slid slightly on the gravel road. I was surprised and got out of the car and observed the front driver side wheel was askew and not mounted onto the car. The ball joint was broken totally apart. The axle was broken, I had not hit anything in the road. The roadway was clear. The front driver side ball joint and axle had broken apart. The car had to be towed to a garage. The Ford garage said there was no manufacturer recall on the ball joint. This event could have resulted in serious injury or death. I feel fortunate to be uninjured but I want this event noted because I have seen that you investigated the Ford Edge 2007 for this failure in 2009. Please reopen this investigation.
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While driving on the 56 freeway with only less than a one minute warning of a orange color wrench on the left side of the wheel which went on. I lost all power to my 2011 Ford Edge including break, accelerator you name it no power what so ever. I was so lucky I was able to make it to the shoulder very scary. I have owned many cars, but never experiences something so scary. This is the second time this has happened the first time was on 10/6/2014. Both times I took it to my local Ford dealership location the first time they had my car for 2 full days and were unable to determine the problem. The second time I picked up my car after 1 full day and I was instructed that they contacted Fords main office regarding this matter. I was told on the phone by staff that I can come and pick up my car, but I will need to have a computer attached to it. I said while why cant you just keep the vehicle until you find the problem and give me a rent a car. "my local dealership said absolutely not". I picked it up at 420pm on 10/17/14 they gave me no paperwork like they did when I dropped it off, but gave me instructions on how to use this computer thing they installed in my car. With the following instructions I was to hit the red button when my car runs funny, or looses power. I can only press it 4 times no more than 4 times. I told the staff member at the local dealership that instructed me that I am scared. Eventhough, my local Ford dealership knows that I am scared they still released the car to me! please help our family with this matter regarding the safety of the 2011 Ford Edge.
Instrument panel continuously reports driver's door is ajar when it is closed. This prevents the doors from locking (can't prevent children from opening doors while vehicle is in motion). Also, this causes the instrument panel to continuously ask the driver to shift to park when coming to a stop. Also, this causes the interior lighting to fail to dim until the car is in forward motion.
I was driving on the city streets and without any warning, the power steering kicked out. I didn't realize this and was already committed to making a right turn. I had to use all my strength to make the turn and stay on the road. After clearing the intersection I noticed the car was not accelerating, instead it was decelerating. The car came to a complete stop on the main road. I quickly put on my blinkers. The car then gave a "low engine oil pressure" error message. I put the car in park, waited a minute, and restarted w. I would have had a big problem if the car stalled out in the left turn or if I couldn't overpower the steering components and went off the road.
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Will be driving along at any speed and car will not accelerate, it does not stall but wrench light comes on and you can't do anything until you shut off the car and restart it. This has happened numerous times and hasn't caused an accident yet, but most certainly will eventually. This problem is well known, but is phrased as stalling when it truly doesn't stall, accelerator just doesn't work and car slows down quickly in traffic.
Driving through parking lot when shift between gears becomes very rough. Engine revs- but car has no forward movement. We were able to get the car in reverse, and back in to a parking space. We shut the car off- turned the car back on and the issue was resolved- still shifted a little hard.
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This is the fourth occurrence of this situation. The first three times, I have taken it to the dealer and their response is that they cannot replicate the problem. The problem is the vehicle will shut off while in motion. It does not matter the speed, the weather conditions, the amount of gas, the weight of the keys in the ignition. I have tried everything to ensure the issue will not happen, yet, it continues. The car shuts off, power steering is unavailable, the computer system goes blank, the tool light comes on the left side of my dash, and the vehicle begins to sputter. Luckily, all four times I have been able to get over and shut the car off. I then restart and drive to the dealer. This is extremely dangerous and could potentially be fatal, depending on the surroundings. I have been to three different dealerships and no one will help me. The Ford corporate offices have been unhelpful, suggesting that the next time this happens, I should call a tow truck. I should not have to wait for the next time in a dangerous situation like this.
While driving - even though the driver door is completely shut, the driver door ajar warning sign appears on the dashboard screen accompanied by the sound of a chime. Sometimes when you open and shut the driver door whether while still driving or if and when you find a side of the road space, the warning sign disappears. But oftentimes, it takes 3 or four tries to make it disappear. Sometimes the driver door ajar warning comes with an instruction to shift to p (park) . . . . Which is helpful if you can find a side of the road spot otherwise the instruction will just confuse a novice driver and could potentially create an accident. I search the internet and found this problem is very common with Ford Edge. I feel that this problem could potentially create an accident and warrants a recall.
This is the second time I have experienced a complete loss of acceleration. I brought my car to local Ford dealer about a month ago and they installed a software update and said that should fix the problem but the problem occurred again today. Luckily both times I was in a place where I was able to pull off the road. These are the symptoms: 1. Sudden and complete loss of acceleration while traveling at speed 2. Wrench icon showed up on the dashboard display 3. Coasted to stop and applied brake (car began to shake) 4. Shifted to park and shut car off 4. Restarted car and everything back to normal. The problem is that Ford states they cannot replicate it and once the car has been restarted the wrench icon and problem go away. They say that once the wrench icon goes away the computer doesn't store the error code and therefore will not show them the problem. They tell you to drive the car to the dealer while the wrench icon is still on the dashboard but that would be impossible unless it happened right next to the dealer.
While driving in poway at 45 mph with only less than a one minute warning of an orange color wrench light showing up. My Ford Edge lost all power 100% including breaks, accelerator you name it the power was lost. So I then took it to the dealership on 10/7/2014 after they had it for 2 full days. They said we cannot determine what it was the service man even stated that they attached it to diagnostic computer and were unable to determine what was wrong. Then gave me paperwork and told me if it happens again to bring it back and sure enough it did on 10/15/14 while I was on the 52 freeway the same thing. Please help me and my family have Ford address this problem this car is unsafe for my family as well as others on the road there is no telling when all power is going to be last 100%.
Smelled gas in garage. Checked leaking. Pulled out on drive . Saw leaking again. Took to mechanic and he verified the seam on the tank had a leak. Told not to set in garage or drive until fixed. Dangerous.
The vehicle just looses power. This happens right in traffic with no warning. There was not a crash this time but it was very close. We had nowhere to get off the road. This is the third time this has happen in the last two days. It appears other people have had this problem and it is the throttle body. You can shut the car off and restart and it is fine again. Dealer says there isn't a code so they can't say what the problem is. Someone is going to get hurt and I understand Ford has recalled other models in the same year for throttle body problems.
When depressing brakes while pulling into parking space, brakes became extremely stiff and had to stand on them to stop barely missing car parked in space to my front, also when coming to a stop at a stop light car was very difficult to get slowed down to a stop. Called local service tech and described issue and was told brake booster would need to be replaced and unfortunately it is on backorder.
Strong smell of gas in garage. Backed out , gas spot on concrete. Took to service garage. Gas tank is leaking at seam. Told not to park in garage or drive until fixed. Dangerous due to gas fumes and leakage.
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My vehicle all of sudden slowed down to a coast would not accelerate, yellow icon wrench appeared. Took to the shop was going to cost over $600 to replace throttle body my make and model not under warranty. Was told that we could clean the throttle body and that could fix the problem. After a month of cleaning, vehicle throw a code p2111. Throttle body complete went out. Ordered part online cost only $150. This needs to be covered under warranty.
The warning signal "shift to park" and "drivers door ajar" is constantly on. It was intermittent for the past two months, but now it is constantly on, no matter how hard I slam the door. So I have to drive with the warning signals and bells. The doors do not lock when I'm driving. I cannot lock my car when I leave it, as the lights inside will not go off. I think Ford needs to issue a recall on this.
"driver door ajar warning_. Have to shut the door numerous times in order for the warning to go off. Interior lights stay on until the door is shut numerous time which has gotten to be really a pain. Started experiencing this problem just outside the vehicle mileage warranty. Dealer has refused to repair under warranty. This sucks.