What was that old saying, "Feeling lucky? Update your software".
I too agree with Wull2U, sounds like it's a job for the dealer. At the least, it will get documented that it was a certified update that screwed things up.
I just replaced the accordion side shield and structural guide (they're sold together as a kit) on the drivers side of the BAMR. Old one came off easy enough, one yank and it was off. Going back on was another story. Didn't memorize how the old one attached (it was off the track anyway). So what should have taked 15 minutes took a hour. Finally fixed. I had jury rigged old one for a couple of years now. (Had gotten the old one to hold by getting hot in the sun and the forcing it back into shape. But that only held for a month or so). Seems once these shields pop out it's very difficult to get back into place and holding. (Seen where another guy used Gorilla glue to hold his on. Something to keep in mind).
Think I paid around ~$68 last year, just got around to installing. Seen where they're now selling for double. $135 for one!
Have you taken it to the dealership to have the update checked and reloaded? It has been reported that Ford experienced a server problem with OTA updates recently. One of your modules may need to be reloaded. It is an all-day job to update all modules but the dealership can fix it. I had them do mine rather than wait for OTA.
I just received a letter from a California law firm. The 2015-2018 Edge, 2017-2019 Escape, and 2017 - 2019 Fusion 1.5L and 2.0L Ecoboost can have a defect that can cause coolant loss, white exhaust smoke, misfires, check engine light, and engine overheating. If you have had two trips to the Ford dealer to fix the problem you may be entitled to a complete refund of the money you originally paid for the car!!! This is only possible because of California's Lemon Law.
I had no idea that there was even a problem with these cars. I love my EcoBoost.
Should we assume that this is a used Edge? And you bought it with these defects?
Why not run it by your local dealer and see what they think? Should be able do an alignment if nothings broken or bent.
Based on the pictures, doesn’t look right.