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  2. Well, I've had this car for about a month and a half now. Overall, I am happy with it. But one thing I have come to really not like is, the cupholders. Especially the rear cupholders. They are shallow and don't seem to hold anything in them. We use them for "refills" for our water up front, especially on longer trips. The cupholders won't even hold a standard crappy plastic water bottle, much less a cup from a fast food restaurant. So, I am looking for solutions. I've got a couple of "inserts" saved to my cart in Amazon, but I wanted to check here and see what everyone else is using or doing (if modding the cupholders instead). The fronts are okay, but even they don't work very well for some of the cups we happen to use. So enough rambling. I would appreciate any ideas.
  3. dabangsta

    Hello from Abilene, Texas

    Welcome! As a few months owner of a 2019 SEL (with additions of Group 201a with premium audio, dual message displays in cluster, heated front seats, LED Signature lighting...and Co-Pilot360 Assist+ with adaptive cruise,...and convenience package with remote start), I understand. I came from a low optioned 2017 Escape, and found a well equipped SEL to replace it. It took some time to get used to the Adaptive Cruise. First thing I did was update SYNC 3 to 3.4 (the newer darker UI), make sure I had the door code. I still have to learn why frequently it starts up with drivers seat heat on (it was nice for about 2 weeks, but it is already 85 degrees where I live). Know what standard features you have, what options, and read up in the owners manual, I get the PDF and do it on my computer. I also had to ask about a few things here, lots of experience and access to advanced documents by quite a few here.
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  5. Oldblue

    Hello from Abilene, Texas

    Looking to get information, tips and general ownership knowledge concerning out new to us 2019 Ford Edge SEL AWD with the turbo engine. Loving this car so far and figuring out all the bells and whistles it has.
  6. RPGR90s

    Transmission shudder

    I verified my warranty is 5 years or 60k. I'm in SC until Sunday. Interesting, that I called the local Ford dealer here and they never returned my call. Oh well, I'll check with my local dealer back in MI. Poking around, I removed the air filter assy. as this info seems to suggest I have a trans filler cap. I at least wanted to check the fluid level, but mine doesn't have one. https://www.fordservicecontent.com/Ford_Content/vdirsnet/OwnerManual/Home/Content?variantid=4734&languageCode=en&countryCode=USA&Uid=G1676283&ProcUid=G1713844&userMarket=usa&div=f&vFilteringEnabled=False&buildtype=web Thank you all for your help. Really love this ST so hoping I can get this resolved for long term ownership.
  7. As part of the paid diagnostic did they provide any codes it set? I think it is a common failure, rarely an actual wiring issue, most of the time the wiring harness and the connector on the parking brake motor corrode. There is nothing that requires any dealer level tools or programming to replace them.
  8. Hi all, all of a sudden my parking brake yellow light, the red flashing light and the beeping alarm came on. That was 2 weeks ago. I took it straight to the dealer who told me I needed the passenger rear motore and cable new because of corrosion. I never use this brake so puzzled as to why. That's one. The other....I had an appointment today to fix said problem, waited for two solid hours to have it fixed only to have a guy come out (this is a dealership) and tell me what was wrong and how much it will be. I knew that 2 weeks ago!!!! They quote me $650 to do this and my NEXT appointment on Monday. By then I will have driven with lights on and the beeping for over three weeks. Can this only be done by a dealership? Is this price to much? Do I question the validity of needing a whole new motor? (the customer service is another question not belonging in here...ugh) Thank you in advance for any input or advice you may have. Below are the parts numbers that I had them give me before I left today. dg9z-2b712-a $249.04 h2gz-14a411-b $47.33 rest is labor... "
  9. Try rotating the tires and see if it still does it with the back on the front.
  10. Thanks Haz. I have a 22ST with the 2.7 and posted this question below when this was initially published by you in December. I still hear a fast clicking/tapping noise from my engine, but it isn't limited to when it first starts as it always does it......here is what I wrote below..... I have a 22 ST with the 2.7. I don't necessarily hear this tapping or rattle noise on start up, but I do think that the engine is a bit noisy when you are outside the vehicle with it running and standing in front of it. It does seem to make a constant fast clicking noise all the time on mine. I attributed this to fuel injection or something else "normal" as it runs smoothly to me. It doesn't make any different noise the first 5 seconds than it does all the time. I also wonder what the problem is if it only does it, as reported, for 2 to 5 seconds after it starts, is there really a problem? Is it harming the engine?
  11. Thanks Bofus.. Both shocks replaced by me - its a simple job as you may know, and I am quite experienced in mechanics. They are not OEM, but they are Monroe (37378) spec'd to OEM (probably makes the ford OEM as the look almost identical) for the sport model. I didn't got with FoMoCo/Motorcraft because well, at 70k mi they were done and had been for a while from what I can tell. So I thought Id try something else. Although is possible that the new shocks could be bad, having the exact same issue on the same side probably rules out the shocks. The parts reused from the old shocks are the boot and the stopper rubber at the top which looked in perfect condition. I did a visual inspection of the bushings, sway bar mounts and related wearable parts - all looked good an nothing out of place. As to a restriction/binding, yep, thats possible right? But I did not have a way to test that movement. I may have to take it in to a shop for a full inspection. I was looking to see if this was a familiar issue with this model. And I agree, it does fell like a bad shock - but what are the chances of the same issue on the same side with new ones?
  12. Did you replace the shocks yourself? Are they OEM? I assume you moved all the parts (rubber bump stops and such) from the old onto the new? The new ones don't come with all the bits or new dust shields and such. I had a blown shock that eventually seized up and would not move any longer. Hitting any small imperfection in the road would transfer right to my spine. I replaced with Ford OEM parts on both sides. Assuming that is all correct, it SOUNDS like something in the rear suspension must be binding and not freely moving through the suspension travel. I assume all the bushings are ok and the sway bar mount points are solid? Maybe you got bad shocks when you replaced them? It certainly sounds like the typical "worn shocks" behavior as something in the rear isn't being controlled/dampened.
  13. Document download link> TSB 23-2049 - 2019-2023 Edge-Nautilus - 2.7L EcoBoost - Cold Start Ticking-Tapping Or Rattle Type Noise.pdf TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN 2.7L EcoBoost - Cold Start Ticking/Tapping Or Rattle Type Noise 23-2049 28 March 2023 This bulletin supersedes 22-2376. Model: Ford 2019-2023 Edge Engine: 2.7L EcoBoost Lincoln 2019-2023 Nautilus Engine: 2.7L EcoBoost Summary This TSB supersedes TSB 22-2376 to update the model years affected. Issue: Some 2019-2023 Edge/Nautilus vehicles equipped with a 2.7L EcoBoost engine may exhibit a ticking/tapping or rattle type noise from the top front cover area of the engine on initial start-up after a cold soak of 6 hours or more that may last for 2-5 seconds. This may be due to stuck internal components of the variable cam timing (VCT) unit. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to replace the VCT units. Action: Follow the Service Procedure to correct the condition on vehicles that meet all of the following criteria: • 2019-2023 Edge/Nautilus • 2.7L EcoBoost engine • Customer symptom of ticking/tapping or rattle noise from the front cover area after a cold start NOTE: Dealers should only order parts for customer vehicles that require repairs. Because of part constraints, dealers may experience situational short-term backorders on some parts. Customers should continue to drive vehicles while parts are on order. Parts All Vehicles - Required Parts Service Part Number Quantity Description Unit of Issue Piece Quantity CP9Z-6279-C 4 VCT Unit Bolts 1 4 FT4Z-6A340-A 1 Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1 1 KU2Z-6731-A 1 Engine Oil Filter 1 1 JT4Z-6710-A 1 Oil Pan Press-In-Place Gasket 1 1 KT4Z-6710-A 1 Oil Pan Gasket 1 1 FT4Z-6626-A 1 Oil Pump Seal 1 1 FT4Z-6020-G 1 Coolant Pump Gasket 1 1 FT4Z-8507-C 1 Coolant Pump Seal 1 1 XW4Z-6700-B 1 Crankshaft Front Oil Seal 1 1 FT4Z-6020-K 1 Engine Front Cover Gasket 1 1 1 FT4Z-6020-H 1 Engine Front Cover Gasket 2 1 1 FT4Z-6020-J 1 Engine Front Cover Gasket 3 1 1 FT4Z-6020-A 1 Engine Front Cover Gasket 4 1 1 FT4Z-00815-C 1 Oil Gallery Seal 1 1 L1MZ-6256-C 2 VCT Unit - Intake 1 2 L1MZ-6C525-C 2 VCT Unit - Exhaust 1 2 BL3Z-9450-A 2 Catalytic Converter Gasket 1 2 FT4Z-6584-D 1 Left Valve Cover Gasket 1 1 FT4Z-6584-B 1 Right Valve Cover Gasket 1 1 FT4Z-6584-C 1 Left Valve Cover Gasket 1 1 FT4Z-6584-E 1 Right Valve Cover Gasket 1 1 1X4Z-9E936-AA 1 Throttle Body Gasket 1 1 DL3Z-19B596-B 1 A/C O-Ring Kit 1 1 DS7Z-19B596-A 1 A/C Gasket Kit 1 1 W712334-S440 2 Engine Mount Bracket-To-Engine Nuts 3 4 W717674-S439 1 Engine Mount-To-Frame Bolts 4 2 W710807-S442 1 Engine Mount-To-Frame Nut 4 1 W716457-S439 1 Subframe Bolts 4 2 W712458-S900 1 Exhaust Studs 4 4 W714265-S442 1 Catalytic Converter To Turbo Flange Nuts 4 4 VC-13DL-G As Needed Motorcraft® Yellow Prediluted Antifreeze/Coolant (All Markets Except Canada) CVC-13DL-G As Needed Motorcraft® Yellow Prediluted Antifreeze/Coolant (Canada Only) XO-5W30-Q1SP As Needed Motorcraft® SAE 5W-30 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil (All Markets Except Canada) CXO-5W30-LSP6 As Needed Motorcraft® SAE 5W-30 Super Premium Motor Oil (Canada Only) XL-2 As Needed Motorcraft® High Temperature Nickel Anti-Seize Lubricant ZC-37-A As Needed Motorcraft® Wheel and Tire Cleaner XL-1 As Needed Motorcraft® Penetrating and Lock Lubricant TA-26 As Needed Motorcraft® Threadlock 262 YN-35 As Needed Motorcraft® R-1234yf Refrigerant PAG Oil TA-357 As Needed Motorcraft® High Performance Engine RTV Silicone Parts Nautilus Only Parts Service Part Number Quantity Description Unit of Issue Piece Quantity W712961-S450B 1 Steering Shaft Coupler Bolt 4 1 W520215-S440 1 Tie Rod Nut 4 2 W712503-S440 2 Stabilizer Bar Nuts 1 2 W520214-S440 1 Ball Joint Nut 2 2 W500545-S439 1 Ball Joint Stud 4 2 W717016-S439 1 Rearward Subframe Bolt 4 2 Parts All Vehicles - Parts To Inspect And Replace Only If Necessary Service Part Number Quantity Description Unit of Issue FT4Z-6A832-C If Needed Oil Filter Housing And Stem 1 BR3Z-6C535-B If Needed Spark Plug Seals 1 Quantity refers to the amount of the service part number required to repair the vehicle. Unit of Issue refers to the number of individual pieces included in a service part number package. Piece Quantity refers to the total number of individual pieces required to repair the vehicle. As Needed indicates the amount of the part may vary and/or is not a whole number. Parts can be billed out as non-whole numbers, including less than 1. If Needed indicates the part is not mandatory. Warranty Status: Eligible under provisions of New Vehicle Limited Warranty (NVLW)/Emissions Warranty/Service Part Warranty (SPW)/Special Service Part (SSP)/Extended Service Plan (ESP) coverage. Limits/policies/prior approvals are not altered by a TSB. NVLW/Emissions Warranty/SPW/SSP/ESP coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part and verified using the OASIS part coverage tool. Labor Times Description Operation No. Time 2019-2023 Edge AWD 2.7L EcoBoost, Nautilus FWD/AWD 2.7L EcoBoost: Replace All 4 VCT Units (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 232049A 14.7 Hrs. Repair/Claim Coding Causal Part: 6C525 Condition Code: 42 Service Procedure 1. Replace all 4 VCT units. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 303-01. Do not replace any additional VCT or engine timing-related components not included in the Parts List. (1). All the VCT solenoid and spark plug tube seals require inspection, but not all require replacement. © 2023 Ford Motor Company All rights reserved. NOTE: The information in Technical Service Bulletins is intended for use by trained, professional technicians with the knowledge, tools, and equipment to do the job properly and safely. It informs these technicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or provides information that could assist in proper vehicle service. The procedures should not be performed by "do-it-yourselfers". Do not assume that a condition described affects your car or truck. Contact a Ford or Lincoln dealership to determine whether the Bulletin applies to your vehicle. Warranty Policy and Extended Service Plan documentation determine Warranty and/or Extended Service Plan coverage unless stated otherwise in the TSB article. The information in this Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) was current at the time of printing. Ford Motor Company reserves the right to supersede this information with updates. The most recent information is available through Ford Motor Company's on-line technical resources.
  14. In this case - this will be a full drain then refill with the OE fluid - which is a sucker punch at ~$50 per quart.
  15. Remember, never mix gear oils. Always do a clean install.
  16. I'm finally going to do something about the 'door ajar' warning on my passenger front door. I've watched a large number of videos about disassembling the door to replace the sensor, or cleaning it with contact cleaner and lube. My question is, in relation to the latch opening, and the hook that rotates inside, where is that sensor exactly? Is it below the rotating hook, above it or behind it? I might as well aim the cleaner and lube at that small red button as opposed to drowning the opening (which worked for the driver side that began to have the same issue, but hasn't worked on the passenger side).
  17. Electric

    Purge Valve Hose Clip...AGAIN

    The Dorman 800-040 clip fits perfectly. Be sure to face the beveled side toward the valve. Amazon has these as well listed as Fuel Line Retainer Clip Holder | Mechanic PACK of 4 FC-800-040.
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  19. Welcome to the Forum! It's not clear from your post if you are describing the Heated Steering Wheel and Heated Seats in a default ON condition only when using Remote Start, or, if they are immediately ON after starting your Edge using the Push Button Start on your Edge's dash. If your new Edge was delivered with only the HTML Owner's Manual that's viewable on the Touchscreen panel, you can obtain a PDF version by clicking the following link... 2023 Ford Edge Owner's Manual, Version 1 (Direct download). From the HTML Owner's Manual, vehicle settings which affect the behavior of Climate Control system, Heated Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, and Duration of Remote Start when using the Intelligent Access (IA) key fob or FordPass to remotely start the vehicle... Remote Start (If Equipped) - Remote Start Settings REMOTE START SETTINGS Switching Climate Control Auto Mode On and Off Using the instrument cluster display controls on the steering wheel, select Settings. Select Vehicle. Select Remote Start. Select Climate Control. Select Auto or Last settings. Note: If you switch the auto mode on, the system attempts to heat or cool the interior to 72°F (22°C). When you switch the vehicle on, the climate control system returns to the last used settings. Note: If you switch the last settings on, the system remembers the last used settings. Heated Seat Settings Using the instrument cluster display controls on the steering wheel, select Settings. Select Vehicle. Select Remote Start. Select Seats. Select Auto or Off. Note: If you switch the heated seat settings on, the heated seats turn on during cold weather. Note: You cannot adjust the heated seat settings when you remotely start your vehicle. Heated Steering Wheel Settings Using the instrument cluster display controls on the steering wheel, select Settings. Select Vehicle. Select Remote Start. Select Seats and Wheel. Select Auto or Off. Note: If you switch the heated steering wheel settings on, the heated steering wheel turns on during cold weather. Note: You cannot adjust the heated steering wheel settings when you remotely start your vehicle. Remote Start Duration Using the instrument cluster display controls on the steering wheel, select Settings. Select Vehicle. Select Remote Start. Select Duration. Press the duration you prefer. 2023 Edge Owner's Manual The 2023 Edge Workshop Manual offers the following on the operation of Heated Seats and the Heated Steering, including their normal operating temperatures and the affect External Ambient Temperature has upon their operation after Remote Starting the vehicle. Placing your device cursor over acronyms underlined with dots will yield popup full-word descriptions of the acronym... System Operation and Component Description HVAC Module Network Input Messages Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose Heated seat request APIM The heated seat request message allows the HVAC module to activate the heated seat(s) selected. APIM Network Input Messages Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose Heated seat request HVAC Module The HVAC module provides this message to the APIM for the purpose of updating the displayed status of the heated seat buttons on the touchscreen. System Diagram - Climate Controlled Seats Network Message Chart - Climate Controlled Seats SCME Network Input Messages Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose Climate control requests APIM The climate control requests message contains the climate controlled seat request information. Heated Seat Operation The driver and passenger heated seat buttons are selected from the touchscreen. The heated seat system functions independently of the vehicle's climate control system. Each time the heated seat button is pressed, the system decreases one setting (the sequence is high, med, low, off, high, etc.). When activated, the HVAC module supplies voltage to the selected seat heater circuit. Each seat cushion heater mat and backrest heater mat is connected in a series circuit to the HVAC module and powered by the output circuit for that seat. The HVAC module monitors inputs from a temperature sensor located in each seat cushion heater mat, and maintains seat temperature by cycling the heater circuits on/off. The heated seat remains ON until the heated seat switch button is pressed to cycle the system OFF or the ignition is set to OFF. If a fault is detected by the HVAC module, the module stops supplying voltage to that individual left or right seat that the fault was detected on until the ignition is turned OFF and then ON. Climate Controlled Seat Operation The driver and passenger climate controlled seat buttons are selected from the touchscreen. The climate controlled seat system functions independently from the vehicle's climate control system. The seat cushion and backrest are each equipped with a blower motor assembly. As cabin air is drawn through each blower motor, a Thermo-Electric Device (TED) heats or cools the air, which is then directed into the foam pad where it is distributed along the surface of the cushion and backrest of the seat. Once the system is activated, the SCME uses a set of flexible algorithms to control the heating/cooling modes and the blower speed dependant on the commanded climate controlled seat settings. The SCME monitors seat cushion temperature while it supplies voltage and ground to both blower motors. The SCME also supplies a variable voltage signal to control the blower speed. Cabin air enters the blower through an integrated filter attached to the blower motor housing. Heated or cooled air exits the blower motor and flows through the foam pad. Climate Controlled Seat Heating Characteristics The system control settings are indicated next to each climate controlled seat heat switch button. The first setting is HIGH (3 indicators), the second setting is MED (2 indicators) and the third is LOW (1 indicator) then OFF (no indicators). When heating, the SCME varies the speed of the blower motors and the duty cycle of the integral Thermo-Electric Device (TED) in order to reach and maintain the desired temperature determined by the system control settings. Climate Controlled Seat Cooling Characteristics The system control settings are based on the 3 indicators next to each climate controlled seat cool switch button. The first setting is HIGH (3 indicators), the second setting is MED (2 indicators) and the third is LOW (1 indicator) then OFF (no indicators). When cooling, the SCME maintains a constant blower motor speed and a constant Thermo-Electric Device (TED) supply voltage (duty cycle is determined by the switch setting) in COOL mode. Climate Controlled Seat Recovery Mode NOTE: The presence of overtemperature faults (Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) B1153:4B, B1154:4B, B1151:4B and B1152:4B) can be induced by incorrectly operating the climate controlled seat system after an initial heat setting has been attained. If a heat setting is repeatedly turned off and on in an attempt to increase the seat temperature or repeatedly toggled between heat and cool modes, an overtemperature condition can result and the Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) may be set. If the temperature of one of the blower motors rises above 110° C (229.8° F) in the heat mode or 65° C (149° F) in the cool mode for more than 4 seconds, the SCME records an overtemperature DTC , removes voltage from the Thermo-Electric Devices (TEDs) (part of the blower motor assembly) and goes into recovery mode (blower only) for 30 seconds to cool down the blower motor. The same occurs if a temperature difference of 60° C (140° F) or greater is detected between the backrest and cushion blower motors on either front seat. The SCME continues to monitor the blower motors while in recovery mode. If the temperature of the Thermo-Electric Devices (TEDs) do not drop to 105° C (220.8° F) in the heat mode or 60° C (140° F) in the cool mode after 30 seconds, the system continues to cool the blower motors in recovery mode for up to 5 minutes. If the Thermo-Electric Devices (TEDs) cool down after 30 seconds, but before 5 minutes (checked at 4 second intervals), the system is operating normally. An overtemperature DTC is still recorded even if the system recovers and is operating normally. This is more likely to occur during extreme cabin temperatures with significant seat back sun load. If the system does not recover within 30 seconds in heat mode or within 5 minutes in cool mode, the SCME disables that seat (fault mode) and remains off until the ignition is cycled. Also, if the SCME detects a temperature differential fault twice during the same ignition cycle, the SCME disables the seat. When a fault causes a shutdown, the climate controlled seat indicators turn off and that seat is not operational until the next ignition cycle. Remote Start Climate Operation Different climate control modes/preferences can be selected when the vehicle is started using the remote start feature. This can be accessed through the message center. For additional information on how to set the remote start preferences, refer to the Owner's Literature. When the driver seat and/or passenger seat is set to AUTO mode, the driver/passenger heated/climate controlled seat activates in full heat mode when the outside temperature is less than 0° C (32° F) and full cool mode (climate controlled seats only) when outside temperature is greater than 27° C (80° F) any time the vehicle is started using the remote start feature. No heated/climate controlled seat adjustments are recognized during remote start operation. Once the ignition is cycled ON, the heated/climate controlled seat turns off. System Diagram - Heated Steering Wheel Network Message Chart - Heated Steering Wheel HSWM Network Input Messages Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose Engine power status PCM This message indicates to the HSWM whether the engine is running. Ignition status BCM Indicates which ignition mode is active. Steering wheel heat request FCIM Message is used to activate the heated steering wheel function when the touchscreen button is pressed on the FDIM , or when the conditions are met to activate the heated steering wheel (and heated seats) during a remote start. FCIM Module Network Input Messages Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose Heated steering wheel command status APIM This message informs the FCIM that the heated steering wheel touchscreen button was pressed on the FDIM . Ambient exterior temperature data IPC This message is used by the FCIM when determining if outside conditions are cold enough to request the heated steering wheel be activated during remote start operation. Heated Steering Wheel When the engine is running and the HSWM receives a request to heat the steering wheel, the HSWM applies voltage and ground to the steering wheel heating elements (integral to the steering wheel) to heat the steering wheel to a temperature of approximately 28-34°C (82-94°F). The heated steering wheel temperature is maintained by the HSWM using a temperature sensor in the steering wheel. The HSWM is designed to remain on, heating the steering wheel and maintaining the temperature until switched off on the FDIM or the ignition is turned off. The controls and indicators for the heated steering wheel system are located on the FDIM (touchscreen) only. The FDIM does not communicate on any network and is connected directly to the APIM . Remote Start System The heated steering wheel system (along with the heated front seats) may be configured using the message center to activate when the remote start feature is used, based on outside air temperature. During remote start, the outside air temperature is continually monitored by the HVAC system. The heated steering wheel system activation changes if the outside air changes from cold to moderate or warm temperatures or back from moderate or warm to cold temperatures. Good luck!
  20. according to a website i found these measurements will keep the speedometer spot on. i see some guys running 295/40/20 and 275/50/20 without any issues, am i missing something? i would like to run a wider tired if it keeps the speedometer/odometer right. whats the correct number on tires for 20x10 wheels?
  21. Thanks Haz. I misread your post. I have kept the LED's and just added another socket in the engine bay with incandescent bulbs that act as resistors, everything food, no more hyper flashing.
  22. Yes, I have 2015 Sport and the AFE dropped right in with no issues. Actually. got the AFE guys on an email chain. They now say it supports earlier years but when you go out to their website and search by vehicle it will pull it up for earlier years. But still says - Ford Edge ST 19-22 V6-2.7L (tt) in the description...LOL! I got lucky and was able to get one of their clear covers. I don't think they make it anymore. But call them to find out. Here are some pics for you: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AhZyi6BJtW7Vjv0snUh0ENowoarnGg?e=6Zn7vh Thanks, Dave
  23. dabangsta

    Rough Idle/Stalling, Hard start after fuel

    So both banks stuck rich (p2196 and P2198) small evap leak (P0456) throttle stuck open (P2111) throttle position doesn't match the TPS position reported (P2135) I know with my 2012 Fusion there is a relearn/calibration for the ETC (throttle pedal and Throttle Body). With key in ON position but engine not running, slowly steadily press down on the gas pedal until it is fully down, then release it slowly and steadily. I wonder if that might help with the P2111 and P2135. The purge valve on my 2012 (Fusion, with the 3.5) is totally different, but all the other codes point to it, so if the valve has been replaced multiple times, and possibly tested with vacuum. If you disconnect the wiring connector to it, and the hose to the evap, and start the car, do you feel a vacuum on the opened nipple that goes to the evap? Can you tell if there is raw fuel in the evap line?
  24. Carrie_youtubemechanic

    Rough Idle/Stalling, Hard start after fuel

    2013 FWD 138,000 miles, nothing new befor the issues. Most recent codes are: P2198 P2196 P0456 P2111 P2135 And those are just this week. 3 Different code readers. Codes cleared each time. Im going to spray for a leak when I get off work.
  25. dabangsta

    Rough Idle/Stalling, Hard start after fuel

    What year, and what are the current codes? AWD or FWD (different tanks some/all years)? How many miles are on it, and did anything change or happen before it started behaving this way?
  26. Thanks for your reply - I think I will be making the switch and doing the job myself. Appreciate the feedback. My research was incomplete on this and have always trusted Red Line products - they have never failed me.
  27. Check your owner's manual. The default is "Auto" in remote start settings. Try turning that off and see what happens.
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