Ford Edge owners have reported 548 problems related to equipment (under the equipment category).
Ajar door warning not going away even after attempts of closing the door.
See all problems of the 2012 Ford Edge.
Electronic throttle body failure resulting in loss of power . Engine stalled while in heavy traffic. Driver and 3 passengers endangered while turning left across 2 lanes of oncoming traffic, vehicle stalls creating a deadly situation. Vehicle was towed to dealership where upon testing the faulty etb was confirmed . Ford won't cover it. Vehicle was purchased new in Dec. 2012( 35000 miles ). Ford has a problem with etb's on other models and extended coverage to 10 years/ 150000 miles . Why is my vehicle not covered with such a dangerous part failure?.
See all problems of the 2013 Ford Edge.
Door ajar light, on. I went online and found out that a lot of Ford vehicles have this issue. The door ajar light keeps going on. Apparently I need to replace the door ajar switch.
See all problems of the 2011 Ford Edge.
My car keeps shutting off while driving. I searched online and there are multiple sites that indicate there was a recall on the electric throttle body. Ford says my VIN is excluded from this warranty. I feel this needs to be looked at since it may be affecting a wider range than previously discovered.
Door ajar warning when the door is closed. Same symptoms as everyone else. How many complaints will it take to get a recall?.
Door ajar light stays on when door is closed interior light stays on inability to lock doors when inside faulty latch.
The front drivers door ajar warning will intermittently display, even while the door is closed. We have opened and re-closed the door with efforts to remove the alert on the dash to no avail. We informed our local Ford dealer, who said they can correct this by replacing the door latch inside of the door for $375, to which I replied no. They then said they could do it for $325, to which I declined again. They said there is no recall, nor is it covered under warranty. Aside from the message on the dash, no other issues have occurred. I. E. Lights on, battery dead. . . . Yet.
Door ajar light stays on even when drivers door is firmly closed. Won't allow doors to lock when driving, and an error message comes on to "shift the car into park".
Ford Edge shut down while driving on highway. Message on dashboard appeared with this warning: full accessory active. It has happened a few times this month. This could be tragic!.
See all problems of the 2015 Ford Edge.
My 2012 Ford Edge continues to alert as I am driving that my driver side door is ajar when in reality it is not. I have video of this because it distracts me as I am driving due to the red alert posted on the panel along with the high pitch beep/alarm as the warning. I than have to continually hit the reset button with my left thumb in order to silence the warning until it starts all over again within seconds. While researching this problem, it seems that it is very common within these Ford vehicles. It would be greatly appreciated if this could be addressed as a recall. This has been a problem with my vehicle for many months now. One stage observation is that the aforementioned malfunction becomes occurs much more often once the temperature outside exceeds 65 degrees or higher for some reason. Thank you bill augustine stratford, CT.
Driver door ajar once in motion. Sometimes it locks properly but other times opening and closing will not fix it. Dont' know what else to do to resolve the problem. It is very unsafe to be driving with this issue.
The 'door ajar' signal stays on even when the door is securly shut. This also causes the dome/interior lights to stay on. This also makes it so you can't fully lock up the car. After a certain amount of time this also causes the alarm to go off while the car is unattended. All of these things combined drains the battery, leaving us stranded. With a newborn and a toddler this is a major concern.
Ford Edge latch door ajar dome lights stay on.
Door ajar warning keeps coming on when the door is fully shut. When it is showing, the car is unable to lock the doors as the car is moving and the lights stay on making it very difficult to drive at night. Not having the doors lock is a major safety issue as we have young children that ride in the car. Also, it allows others to open the doors unexpectedly. Ford should stand up and fix the safety issue. Beyond the safety issue the battery is being drained as the lights stay on and we don't notice it until we go to use the car again.
Turned on car and put it in reverse then drive when pulling out of parking lot,. Transmission made a loud "clunk". Pressed hard on gas but car would barely crawl. Speedometer stopped working rpms would increase dramatically, wrench, check engine, airbag, and tire pressure lights all came on. Continuing on city street problem remained. Car eventually gained enough speed that rpms went down, but the speedometer still did not work. The next day, the problem disappeared except check engine light remains on.
See all problems of the 2008 Ford Edge.
Door ajar indicator stays on when door is obviously closed. Interior lights remain on which makes for unsafe driving at night. Happens almost every time I get in the car.
Door sensor is not working. The signal comes on that show door ajar when the door is shut tightly. Also a dinging noise starts as soon as I put the key in the ignition, without even turning the key.
The driver door ajar light comes on and the shift to park warning comes on the bells dings and all inside lights stay on. Whether the car is on or not, the lights stay on. I've had to replace my battery because the lights won't shut off. I cannot open and close the door to get the warning to go off. Also the dash lights an overhead lights will come on when no one has even been in the car it's making me crazy!! I called Ford customer service ad the told me to try to get my third party warranty to cover the repairs. This is all bull crap, Ford needs to recall and repair everyone's problem.
I was at a gas station. I forgot to put the car into "park". However, I was able to take out the key and lock the door. I had my back to the car when I was putting my credit card into the pump. I heard screams as people ran out of the market and yelled that the car was moving down a hill. As I turned I saw my car crash into a parked trailer (18 wheel type. ) although there was a lot of damage to my front end and I bent the steel step on the cab no one was hurt. My dog merely flew into the well of the car. I have had many friends check their cars and no one was able to take out the key unless the car was in park. However, these cars were not a Ford Edge. Since the accident I have tested my car many times and I can always pull the key out. As you know when a car is in drive it acts like its in neutral and can react to inertia. At the time I would not have noticed that the car was on a slanted driveway. A child in my car could have had a serious injury. Someone not paying attention could have been hit by my car. I checked with my dealer and was told that there are no recalls on the Ford Edge about my safety issue. Local dealer not interested in helping and I can not reach a live person at the Ford's world headquarters. There is no prompt for a safety concern. . As of now I am responsible for the damges to my car and to the cab. Left front bumper and light damaged.
Door ajar light stays on for driver door even though door is closed. Dome lights stay on and doors are not able to be locked.
Driver side door ajar indicator light coming on. When this light is on it causes the interior dome lights to stay on, making driving at night very difficult. It also doesn't allow the doors to be locked which is a huge safety concern for me as I travel with my 1 and 2 year old girls often. When the car is off and I lock the door with the key fob, if the sensor is on the horn will honk twice. This will cause not only my interior lights to stay on but also my exterior light. Needless to say I've had to replace a few batteries. The 1st time I reported this to my dealer my car was under warranty and only happening occasionally, I was told to spray wd-40 on the lock latch and that would help. Now its a constant thing and of course the car is out of warranty. Ugh I just want to feel safe with my children in the car.
Dorr ajar will not go off and the door will not lock also the dome light stays on.
The passenger door ajar lightstays on and won't go off and the doors will not lock. This happens when I start my car , drive my car and will only go off when I turn off the engine. In my opinion this constitutes a major safety hazard what with the doors not locking.
See all problems of the 2009 Ford Edge.
Door locks contain faulty "door ajar" sensors. They falsely report the door is open when it is properly latched, preventing you from locking the doors while inside the vehicle while stationary. When the vehicle is moving they will trip to "door is ajar" turning on the dome lighting and unlocking the doors. I feel this is a safety hazard while moving, it allows young children to open the doors, regardless of the lock switch settings.
As soon as driver door is closed warning light comes on and continues while driving stating that door is ajar.
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