Ford Edge owners have reported 110 problems related to equipment (under the equipment category).
The vehicle revs up but doesn't go anywhere then jerks into gear.
See all problems of the 2008 Ford Edge.
The driver's side door latch assembly had to be replaced because the sensor always indicated the door was open, sounding the chime, when the door was closed tight. The repair came to the tune of $422. 11 for a car that is only one year old!.
See all problems of the 2013 Ford Edge.
I backed up into the street leaving my driveway, I put it in drive to move forward and went about 50 feet and the car jerked and would not move anymore, I tried to press on the accelerator and the car would not go. This is not an acceptable issue, I feel that if my wife was in the car on the freeway this would have been bad.
The door ajar warning light continued to stay on even after closing the driver side door. We "googled" the situation and found out that many owners of Ford Edge vehicles have reported this problem. We took it to a dealership to get repaired. We did have an extended warranty, but ended up paying $150 diagnostic fee. The total cost was $459. 00 (extended warranty paid). After reading the blogs about this repair, we would like to see this be a recall for the vehicle.
When the driver's door is closed the display panel shows the driver's side door is open.
The indicator light for the driver's side door being ajar will not go off. The door is most definitely not open, yet the indicator does not register the door as being closed no matter what we do.
See all problems of the 2012 Ford Edge.
I have been having intermittent issues with the sensor not reading that my driver side door is latched. Today, it is constant and will not even allow me to lock the doors! I have tried several times to get it to "latch" and clearly the door is closed, but the "door ajar" warning is still illuminated.
The driver door light will not go out have to slam door multiple times. Had to go get a replacement door part.
The door ajar light remains on all the time, elluding to the driver's door being open, when it is not. Will not allow me to lock my doors when driving, making it unsafe and wearing down my battery.
See all problems of the 2011 Ford Edge.
I put the car in reverse and heard a loud thump thump and thought I backed into an object, but did not. When I put the car in drive, there was little acceleration even though I had the accelerator to the floor. I continued on and after a little while, about 2 miles, the car ran alright and I made it home safely. I immediately contacted the Ford dealership in town, and dropped the vehicle off this morning 7/29/2014.
Coming off of lakeshore drive with my 4 month old son in the back car seat and the truck just goes limp with no power. It drove really slow and so I pulled off to the side turned off the truck restarted and seemed fine. There were cars coming up behind me thank goodness no accident. Made it to my sons doctor appointment and quickly called the dealership and the service guy said he has heard nothing with the Ford Edge and doesn't know what the wrench meant. He said I need to bring it in and I will be charged $125 just to look at it. I asked if it was safe to drive back with my son and he just said I don't know. So I asked why would the handbook say to contact the dealership immediately? apparently this seems to be an issue with this and needs to be fixed. I have two small children and do not want something serious to happen for something that is obviously a defect!.
My door ajar light continues to come on. I shut the door multiple times and sometimes it turns off and some times it doesn't. I think the lock or latch on the door is faulty.
The passenger door ajar warning light comes on when the door is properly shut. This causes the interior lights to stay on until you begin driving the car. In one instance the light would not go off after parking the car, shutting all doors and locking the car. The light stayed on overnight and drained the battery. We have since pulled the fuse to eliminate the light problem. I have researched this problem on the internet and it appears to be happening to many people. This should be recalled and fixed by Ford.
When driving the vehicle the power train problem indicator light and check engine light come on and the car loses all power. Car will not exceed 900 rpm and will barely move. I had the trouble codes read and it is indicting that the throttle is showing stuck closed and open. I believe that this is the same issue as with several other Ford models and should have been part of the extended warranty that covered the throttle bodies from several other models. This issue poses a serious safety risk do to the fact that it has happened several times and at various speeds, if this were to happen at highway speeds in heavy traffic it could be horrible. I have researched this problem extensively online and found that it is a fairly common issue with the Edge.
I loved everything about my 2011 Ford Edge limited awd, I've had it less then two months . Then one morning as I was commuting to work I lost power to my Edge. The weather was clear approx. 68 degrees, a beautiful Friday morning I was driving I felt a jolt like a kick in the transmission that was followed by a flash of the tool symbol & ”awd off” on my front instrument panel. I lost acceleration power. I had nowhere to pull off on the side of the road and had just came out of a sharp curve. All I could do was put the Edge in park. Turn off, then turn back on, it started right up luckily. The next day my husband took the Edge to a Ford dealership. The service dept. Hooked up the Edge and found no problems/errors/codes. Although they said it is probably the throttle body, since they have had several Ford Edges come in with the same problem. I have googled “losing power while driving my 2011 Ford Edge” and didn’t relies that this is the #1 problem with Ford Edges, you would think that Ford would do something about this. After reading all the comments I saw information on the “throttle body” being replaced. Several people posted their Edge had a code p2111 or p2112 (pertaining to the throttle body). I called Ford and they told me this would not be covered under warranty. Help! I have a small family now I'm scared to drive!.
I was driving my 2007 Ford Edge with 3 children in it when all of a sudden I lost the ability to not only accelerate but my speed suddenly fell from 45 miles an hour to 15 miles an hour without any ability to accelerate. My car was in a constant state of shaking and sputtering and increased when applying the brakes. There was something significantly wrong and it was pretty scary to experience particularly with 3 small children. I had the car towed to my automotive service company where the car's software system displayed codes indicating two ignition codes failed. Subsequently, the service provider replaced all the spark plugs and two coils. The car was not fixed and it was further determined that the pcm board is sending extremely high current to the ignition coils and could have caused an engine fire. This is very distressing. Ford has issued an internal TSB acknowledging this issue but has not enacted a recall. The estimated cost to replace the pcm, spark plugs and coils (6) is approximately $3,000. Additionally in my research there is a class action lawsuit that has been filed by a group of Ford owners.
See all problems of the 2007 Ford Edge.
The alarm comes on for no reason. The front driver panel says the rear left door is open, even after closing it repeatedly, the panel still says the rear left door is open.
Rear window completely smashed without any sort of impact.
Driving getting ready to make a turn, vehicle completely stalled out, didn't turn off but I l ost power . Had no ability to accelerate. Immediately put on hazard lights, put into park and turned car off. Turned car back on and preceded with fear and caution. I had a similar incident at about14000 miles when I took it in for service they said nothing was wrong. I'm afraid to drive to work in the morning, if this happens during rush hour someone may be injured or worst. I usually have my grand daughter with me.
Discovered my 2008 Edge has a failed water pump asy. Car overheated due to this. According to several seasoned mechanics and Ford, this should not happen to this car with this amount of mileage. The way this car was engineered, it is a $2300+ repair - for a water pump! spoke with Ford several times asking for them to step-up and take responsibility. Got no help except I should keep my receipts. Very disappointed in Ford.
Weve owned this vehicle for approximately 2 years. The other day we noticed a strong smell of gasoline around the car. Upon checking we noticed the fuel tank leaking from around a seem. When I started checking around for a replacement tank I noticed a recall on 2008 Ford Edge. My car was built in August of 07. They described the same problem caused by contamination near a dimple at a seem. The same tank is on the 07, 08 and 09 Edge. When I checked with Ford they said my car wasn't under recall. I believe it should be because of the same tanks on the 07, 08 and 09 models plus its a safety hazzard as I cannot drive the car and the cost to fix it is over $2,000. 00. Ford should be made to recall all models from 07 on and correct this problem at no cost to the consumer before someone gets killed. I believe Ford knows about this and is intentionally not recalling these models because of the cost involved. I have owned vehicles all my life (I'm 62) and have never had a bad gas tank on any other vehicle I've owned. This is a defect that is a safety hazzard to the public and needs to be corrected!.
The alert for 'driver door ajar' comes on and will not turn off, regardless of how many times and/or how hard/soft the door is closed. This causes the interior lights to stay on after the car is turned off. I am now driving around, ignoring the alert, which is dangerous because I could potentially be driving with a door that is not latched properly, which could result in a serious injury. Thank god it is not the door that my son uses. I am hearing from every Ford owner I've spoken to and all over the internet that this seems to be a problem in the majority of Fords, so I think someone needs to look into a recall on this. Thank you.
After closing the door then starting the vehicle the "door ajar" will not go off which notifies the driver to put the vehicle in park. I think this is a safety issue as the vehicle may not protect the driver and passengers in the event an accident occurs. I also noticed that when turning the vehicle off to get gas or etcetera, it keeps notifying you to put the vehicle in park. I think this is directly related to the door latch being faulty. Ford wants $400 to repair this item which I think is a safety issue and should be recalled as many Edge owners are experiencing the same faults.
Driver side door ajar light remains on when door is properly closed. Seems to be a common issue w/Ford Edge door latches.
We were traveling on a highway when all of a sudden we lost "power" but it was only the ability to go. There was enough traffic and lack of speed to prohibit from moving all the way over to the shoulder. We made it to the slowest lane (furthest right hand lane). The only thing that saved us from being rear ended was there was a sheriff near by and saw us broke down stranded and he helped direct traffic around us for our safety. We were in an unpopulated area and had no resources for some one to come get us or know which towing company could help us, along with knowing a trusted mechanic out where we were. My car is less than 4 years old, this should not be happening. When we finally made it home out of sheer luck, we did lots of research on what the problem could be and found millions had the same problem with their Fords. I love the company but I never end been so stressed out and scared for my children's safety. I bought this vehicle to be safe and it had failed me. Like I said, I could be marking this form differently if the officer didn't protect us. The part was not cheap along with the labor. With so many other people breaking down for the same reason, I am shocked and appalled that there hasn't been a recall for this yet. I urge you to change that and keep the roads safe for all drivers. Since the affected part doesn't have my specific part, it was the throttle body and even my mechanics said Ford has never had a good one. Wish I would of know that before purchasing my vehicle.