Eight problems related to engine oil leaking have been reported for the 2013 Ford Escape. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Please also check out the statistics and reliability analysis of the 2013 Ford Escape based on all problems reported for the 2013 Escape.
The contact owns a 2013 Ford Escape. While driving 20 mph, an abnormal burning odor entered through the engine compartment and the oil warning indicator illuminated. The contact managed to pull the vehicle over into a parking lot. The contact and passenger exited the vehicle and observed smoke under the vehicle and oil leaking profusely from under the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to the local dealer. The local dealer (crown Ford, 420 merrick rd, lynbrook, NY, 11563, 516-599-0600) did not diagnose the vehicle. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. In addition, the contact mentioned that the oil had just been changed two weeks prior at chatham Ford (781 main st, chatham, MA, 02633, 508-945-0500). The manufacturer was not contacted. The failure mileage was approximately 84,000.
Took the car in for a routine oil change and was told I had a major oil leak.
The contact owns a 2013 Ford Escape. The contact stated that while driving, the message "vehicle over heating" was displayed before the engine suddenly stalled. The contact also indicated that smoke was present coming from under the hood due to oil leaking unto the engine. The cause of the failure was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 85,000.
The contact owns a 2013 Ford Escape. While driving 60 mph, smoke appeared under the hood of the vehicle. The contact stopped the vehicle and placed oil into the engine, which caused the failure to subside. It was diagnosed that oil leaked into the engine of the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to a dealer to be repaired, but the issue recurred. The manufacturer was made aware of the issue. The failure mileage was 90,599.
On 10-25-15, I was driving a few miles from my home when a light came on stating "high engine temperature, pull over safely. " within 30 seconds of pulling over, the flames came out frm under the hood near the windshield. Within 5 minutes my vehicle was fully engulfed inside and completely destroyed. I contated the dealership who informed me of a recall that oil could leak onto the engine and start a fire. I was never notified. I was given a number for Ford customer relations. I notified them of what happended and was told they turned my case over to their legal counsel and I would recieve a written response from Ford in 15 business days. Ihave still not recieved a letter and I was told I just have to wait for the letter.
Tl-the contact owns a 2013 Ford Escape. The contact stated that while driving, the engine emitted smoke and the vehicle stalled. The contact opened the hood and discovered that flames were releasing from the engine. The contact was able to extinguish the fire. The vehicle was towed to the dealer. The dealer inspected the vehicle and discovered that the engine oil leaked causing the engine to catch on fire. The manufacturer advised that dealer sold the vehicle without having NHTSA campaign number: 12v431000 (engine and engine cooling) performed. A police report was filed. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 35,000. Djr.
Purchased the vehicle new on may 7, drove 10 miles and parked the vehicle in my garage. On may 11, I noted a substantial amount of engine oil under the car. The vehicle was towed to the service department and the following was noted: oil leak diagnosis timing peg plug missing from right side of engine block. The right half axle shaft and bearing bracket were removed, the plug hole was cleaned and threads tapped using m10 x 1. 5 tap. Installed new timing plug tightened to spec. New oil and filter installed. The origin of th leak could not be seen by owner visual inspection. Either the plug was not installed at the factory or it was not tightened and fell out. Either way, had it not been noticed the engine oil would have been totally lost increasing the likelihood of engine damage. Further oil covered the under carriage of the vehicle and could have gotten on to brakes compromising safety. Not sure if there was potential for engine fire.
Car was recalled in December with 786 miles on it due to recall notice 12s41 and was kept in the shop for repair from December 3rd, 2012 to December 20th, 2012. While getting an oil change on may 17th, 2013 it was discovered that the engine has an oil leak as well as the stereo buttons working intermittently. The car is now being brought in today for an unknown time of repair. The car was brand new when purchased on November 24th, 2012 and only had 6,428 miles at the time the recent oil leak and stereo malfunction was discovered.
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