+1 2021 ST. I’m fed up with this. This is my second Edge and this is a fundamental feature I’ve (previously) relied on heavily. The extreme delay in releasing a fix for this issue is entirely unacceptable.
2022 owners, it’s pretty clear that this bug is only affecting 2021 models. Congratulations! 😉
2022 Edge Titanium. One morning would start, but then stalled after about a minute -- in traffic!. Had towed to dealer. Diagnosis on my repair sheet reads: "FDRS_ U0109 & P025A. PPT KC. KC1-CK FOR CODES. KC2-CK Voltage to fuel pump control module -9.6. KC7-CK Power Circuit for Open- Pulled Fuel Pump Relay - Now Have Power."
Well, I drove the car home (10 miles) - check engine light went on, and my app reported two errors - "An electrical fault with the fuel pump control module has occurred. This could result in a vehicle no start condition. The engine Start/stop feature may not be active when this fault is present." and
"The powertrain control module lost communication with the fuel pump control module for a period of time. This alert may be accompanied with additional alerts and the vehicle may not start when the fault is present."
Brought it back to dealer. The dealer said that Ford Engineering told them to replace "overlay wires". Dealer disagreed with Ford Engineering! They reset the Chek Engine light, drove it for 30 miles, and says it seems OK.
Needless to say, without an explanation I don't have much faith that the car won't do this again. I am planning to bring to a different dealer, but in the meantime -- any thoughts out there? (I previously posted this in the 3.5L forum)
I never recommend finding kick starts. Too easy for funds to disappear. Those that do make it like AA wireless end up cheaper after entering mainstream, and if good have plenty of competition soon after.
@colinc755 Thanks for the response. I had the fluid changed recently. The car still jerks when switching gears but it's not as intense as it was prior to the fluid change. The RPM does not spike anymore at constant speeds. I have only driven a little under 200 miles since the fluid change and it seems to be getting better. Will continue to monitor.
So glad you like your new Bright TRAX 3D LED headlight bulbs, tsquale. Very simple installation, wasn't it? About as easy as plugging in a standard halogen bulb. Thanks for posting pics.
Bright TRAX 3D LED headlight replacement bulb kit