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  1. 3 points
    Document download link> Parasitic Battery Drain Job Aid.pdf Good luck!
  2. 3 points
    I'm officially one week into ownership of my (new to me) '16 Edge Ti and I've learned a 'lot' from this forum. I think it's time I gave a little back so here are a few photos of 'improvements' I've made where photos weren't available before. 1. There's a discussion about the cabin fuse box. Some asked about access, others about which fuses to use for accessories. Someone suggested crawling under the dash on your back and reaching up to the fuse box. I'm 71 and needed an alternative I'll show you my solutions with photos. I've installed a dash cam that uses two circuits, one switched for the normal continuous shooting mode, the other 'always hot' for parking security. I ended up using fuse 35 (labeled as a spare) for the switched circuit and 26 (passenger switch illumination) for the always hot. (photo below) A couple of reasons for these choices: 1. They're both in the left row so easier to reach 2. The add-a-fuse can be oriented properly (yes, there's a right and wrong way to use these) so the added fuse is protecting the accessory and not drawing juice through the 'primary' fuse. In both cases I pulled the original fuse using a long needle nose forceps (Harbor Freight, see pic below) gaining access through the (removed) change cubby portal. That drawer is only held in the dash by four metal clips (see photo). If you open the drawer and stick your hand inside (palm up) then pull toward the rear of the car those clips will release no muss, no fuss. Shove a good light up under the dash and you'll be able to see the fuse box easily. Just so you can get oriented, in the fuse box photo the 'top' of the box is at the left side. I couldn't get a decent angle with a camera. Here's a link to the add-a-fuse that works in the 15 and later Edge.
  3. 2 points
    As per the Owners Manual, the part numbers listed are the MotorCraft numbers, WW-2755 (driver side) WW-2760 (passenger side) WW-1414 (rear window). On the MotorCraft packaging, both, the Ford and MotorCraft numbers are mentioned. After seeing my photo, I just noticed there are newer part number with (-A) in the suffix. Can't see the difference except for packaging, plastic for the old ones and carton for the newer ones.
  4. 2 points
    Just wanted to post commentary. Had my 15 edge in shop to get inspected. They needed to replace rods on steering and boots, but noticed the rack and pinion had no resistance. 🧐. It seemed fine driving …. Upon further looks they found a wired connector loose. That fixed the power assisted steering issue. I’ve also been having a heat issue. Only hot air would blow out of center vents when moving 🫣. Tried to research that issue for months but nothing. Hence this post 😂. So, now my heat is also working after I received the car back. I think that connector must have been some power supply connector. Anyway…. It’s nice to have heat again 🫣😂.
  5. 2 points
    Depends on the year, but you use most of the words from this TSB (buck, jerk): https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2021/MC-10203649-0001.pdf It is 1 hour labor to read the strategy and flash the PCM if you are not covered by the factory warranty or extended warranty.
  6. 2 points
    I have - Lift one side and place the jack stands, then left the other side and place jack stands - leave the jack it place after lifting the second side for back-up. First tire rotations done at dealership they chipped the rims around the lug nuts using high speed spins off with impact wrench, and since then I've done the tire rotations on the four jack stands. I also do it when replacing brake fluid.
  7. 2 points
    I have the J&L and have to empty it every couple months, particularly in cooler weather which helps the vapors condense in the CC whether it is necessary..? that's a harder thing to answer. I'd say its a good thing for keeping some garbage out of the intake tract
  8. 2 points
    It was the alternator
  9. 2 points
    If you do end up replacing the ACM, this is what I mean with the HD radio on the sticker (versus not having it). Some eBay items have the text of the engineering number that you are looking for, but aren't really it, I would look at the sticker as most are actual photos of the item for sale.
  10. 2 points
    Al: Have you tried using the Bezel Diagnostics procedure? Your Edge's HVBoM shows originally fit unit as FT4T19C107HE. As-Built data for your Edge's ACM shows as... 727-01-01 10A0 F000 00D0 727-01-02 0000 31 727-02-01 5B8C 727-03-01 3C6E 727-04-01 0001 0155 53DD Document download links> Bezel Diagnostics - General Procedures - 2018 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Information and Entertainment System - System Operation and Component Description - 2018 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Module Configuration - System Operation and Component Description - 2018 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Good luck!
  11. 2 points
    If yours came with HID I would stick with that. The problem I see using LED's in housings that weren't designed for them results in poorly focused beams that blind the oncoming traffic.
  12. 2 points
    Ford has two different features, based on options: Lane Keep Assist, this will nudge you back if you cross the lanes. This works irrespective of cruise control. Lane Centering, this will keep the vehicle centered between the lanes and only works with adaptive cruise control.
  13. 1 point
    I recently bought a 2020 Edge SE which is a base unit but has a technology package. I didn’t care about leather seats but I did want CarPlay and a bigger screen, so this is a perfect fit. First time it rained, I put the wipers on “intermittent “ and they seemed to do whatever they wanted, including turning off. My assumption was that the wiper switch was bad so I spent $84.00 for a new one. It took about 1/2 hour to install the new part into the steering column. Unfortunately, the results were exactly the same. So, I figured that the wiper relay was bad, so I bought one for another $8.00. Once again, I had random wiper operation on any setting of the intermittent switch. Frustrated, I read the owners manual and found that my car had the “rain sensing wiper” option. I found that there is a setting to turn “rain sensing” on or off. Upon checking the settings on the dash, I found it ON. So, I turned it OFF and all my problems were solved. I feel sooo dumb!!!! Hail to the owners manual!
  14. 1 point
    Do you have an issues, like key in ignition chime never works or it doesn't stop when you remove the key with the door open, intermittent or never tries to start when you turn the key? Usually it needs a replacement Ignition Switch (not the lock cylinder).
  15. 1 point
    I suppose I should close out this story with a conclusion. I ended up hunting down my UPS truck while it was in a neighborhood nearby, got my alternator and did the job in my driveway. Kind of a PITA on jackstands, but very doable. I basically had the job done in 4 hours flat, aside from hunting down my R134a gauge set and vacuum pump, pumping down the system, and refilling it. All is well, and I am reminded how much fun this car can be. I am considering buying a high mileage warranty for it.
  16. 1 point
    It was a bad fuse. Seems there are separate fuses for front/rear solenoids that turns on pump and directs fluid to front or rear. Only one pump, visible behind front passenger tire. All good.
  17. 1 point
    Welcome to the Forum, 2FMDK3KC5DBA79### ! From the 2013 Edge Workshop Manual... Pinpoint Test E: The Roof Opening Panel Does Not Open or Close — Sliding Glass Panel or Shades Inoperative The roof opening panel motors must be initialized whenever any of the following occur: the roof opening sliding glass panel motor has been removed. a new roof opening sliding glass panel motor has been installed. a new roof opening panel module assembly has been installed. Refer to Roof Opening Panel Motor Initialization attached .below. Refer to Roof Opening Panel Wiring Diagrams for schematic and connector information, attached .below. Normal Operation The roof opening panel uses an integrated motor and module to operate the roof opening sliding glass panel and shades. NOTE: The roof opening panel control switch operates both the power shade and the sliding glass panel. The sliding glass panel opens after the shade panels are open. The shade panels close only after the sliding glass panel is closed. NOTE: Any sliding glass opening operation first fully opens the shade panels. Before closing the shade panels, fully close or make sure the sliding glass panel is fully closed. The roof opening sliding glass panel motor receives voltage from the accessory delay relay when the ignition is in the ACC or RUN position. The roof opening sliding glass panel motor and roof opening panel shade motor also receive voltage at all times through another power circuit. Ground is supplied to the roof opening sliding glass panel motor, roof opening panel shade motor and roof opening panel switch. The roof opening panel switch supplies ground signal(s) to the sliding glass panel motor for opening and closing operations. When commanding the glass to open, the sliding glass motor either requests the shade motor to fully open the shades (if they are not already in the fully OPEN position) or the roof opening panel sliding glass moves to the OPEN position. When commanding the glass to close, the sliding glass motor closes the sliding glass panel to the safety stop position (approximately 280 mm (11.023 in) from the fully CLOSED position). Pull and hold the roof opening panel switch until the sliding glass panel has completely closed before pulling the switch again to close the shades. For information about the roof opening sliding glass panel and shade operation, refer to Roof Opening Panel attached below. The roof opening sliding glass panel motor acts as a master controller to the shade motor. The sliding glass panel motor and shade motor communicate to each other through a dedicated circuit within the roof opening panel jumper harness. The sliding glass panel motor and shade motor do not communicate to the vehicle network. This pinpoint test is intended to diagnose the following: Fuse(s) Accessory delay relay Roof opening sliding glass panel motor not initialized Roof opening panel shade motor not initialized Wiring, terminals or connectors Roof opening panel switch Roof opening panel shade motor Roof opening sliding glass panel motor PINPOINT TEST E : THE ROOF OPENING PANEL DOES NOT OPEN OR CLOSE — SLIDING GLASS PANEL OR SHADES INOPERATIVE NOTE: Use the correct probe adapter(s) from the Flex Probe Kit when making measurements. Failure to use the correct probe adapter(s) may damage the connector. E1 CHECK THE POWER WINDOWS Ignition ON. Attempt to operate the power windows. Do the power windows operate? Yes GO to E2. No REFER to Section 501-11 to diagnose the inoperative power windows (accessory delay relay circuit). E2 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR FOR INITIALIZATION Attempt to carry out the roof opening panel motor initialization procedure. Refer to Roof Opening Panel Motor Initialization attached below. Is the concern still present, or does the roof opening panel motor fail to initialize? Yes GO to E3. No The system is operating normally at this time. The roof opening panel motor was not initialized. E3 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL SWITCH Ignition OFF. Disconnect: Roof Opening Panel Switch C9001 . Carry out the roof opening panel switch component test, attached below. Did the roof opening panel switch pass the component test? Yes GO to E4. No INSTALL a new roof opening panel switch. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Control Switch attached below. TEST the system for normal operation. E4 CHECK VOLTAGE TO THE ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR ASSEMBLY Disconnect: Roof Opening Panel Motor Assembly C920 . Ignition ON. Measure the voltage between roof opening panel motor assembly C920 Pin 13, circuit CBP32 (GN/VT), harness side and ground; and between C920 Pin 1, circuit SBB08 (VT/RD), harness side and ground. Are the voltages greater than 10 volts? Yes GO to E5. No VERIFY Body Control Module (BCM) fuse 32 (15A) and Battery Junction Box (BJB) fuse 8 (20A) are OK. If OK, REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation. If not OK, REFER to the Wiring Diagrams manual to identify the possible causes of the circuit short. REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation. E5 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR ASSEMBLY GROUND Ignition OFF. Measure the resistance between roof opening panel motor assembly C920 Pin 8, circuit GD133 (BK), harness side and ground. Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? Yes GO to E6. No REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation. E6 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL SWITCH GROUND FOR AN OPEN CIRCUIT Connect: Roof Opening Panel Motor Assembly C920 . Measure the resistance between roof opening panel switch C9001 Pin 2, circuit CPR39 (VT/WH), harness side and ground. Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? Yes GO to E7. No REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation. E7 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL SWITCH CIRCUITS FOR A SHORT TO GROUND Disconnect: Roof Opening Panel Motor Assembly C920 . Using the following table, measure the resistance between roof opening panel motor assembly C920, harness side and ground: Roof Opening Panel Motor Assembly Ground C920 Pin 2, circuit CPR31 (VT/BN) Ground C920 Pin 4, circuit CPR40 (YE/OG) Ground C920 Pin 6, circuit CPR38 (WH/BU) Ground Are the resistances greater than 10,000 ohms? Yes GO to E8. No REPAIR the circuit(s) in question. TEST the system for normal operation. E8 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL SWITCH CIRCUITS FOR AN OPEN Measure the resistance between roof opening panel switch C9001, harness side and roof opening panel motor assembly C920, harness side using the following table: Roof Opening Panel Switch Circuit Roof Opening Panel Motor Assembly C9001 Pin 3 CPR40 (YE/OG) C920 Pin 4 C9001 Pin 4 CPR31 (VT/BN) C920 Pin 2 C9001 Pin 6 CPR38 (WH/BU) C920 Pin 6 Are the resistances less than 5 ohms? Yes GO to E9. No REPAIR the circuit(s) in question. TEST the system for normal operation. E9 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR WIRING HARNESS Using the following table, check the roof opening panel motor wiring harness for loose pins, an open or a short between roof opening panel motor assembly C920 component side and the roof opening panel sliding glass motor harness connector: Roof Opening Panel Motor Assembly Roof Opening Panel Sliding Glass Motor Harness Connector C920 Pin 1, circuit SBB08 Roof opening panel sliding glass motor harness connector circuit SBB08 C920 Pin 13, circuit CBP41 Roof opening panel sliding glass motor harness connector circuit CBP41 C920 Pin 8, circuit GD133 Roof opening panel sliding glass motor harness connector circuit GD133 C920 Pin 2, circuit CPR31 Roof opening panel sliding glass motor harness connector circuit CPR31 C920 Pin 6, circuit CPR38 Roof opening panel sliding glass motor harness connector circuit CPR38 C920 Pin 4, circuit CPR40 Roof opening panel sliding glass motor harness connector circuit CPR40 Is the roof opening panel motor wiring harness OK? Yes GO to E10. No INSTALL a new roof opening panel motor wiring harness. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Motor Wiring Harness attached below. INITIALIZE the roof opening panel motor. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Motor Initialization attached below. TEST the system for normal operation. E10 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR ASSEMBLY FOR CORRECT OPERATION Disconnect all roof opening panel motor connectors (sliding glass motor and shade motor). Check for: corrosion. bent or pushed-out pins. Connect all roof opening panel motor connectors and make sure they seat correctly. Operate the system and verify the concern is still present. Is the concern still present? Yes INSTALL a new roof opening sliding glass panel motor. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Motor — Sliding Front Panel attached below. INITIALIZE the roof opening panel motor. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Motor Initialization in this section. TEST the system for normal operation. If the concern is still present, INSTALL a new roof opening panel shade motor. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Motor — Shade attached below. INITIALIZE the roof opening panel motor. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Motor Initialization attached below. TEST the system for normal operation. No The system is operating correctly at this time. Concern may have been caused by a loose or corroded connector. TEST the system for normal operation. Document download links> Roof Opening Panel - Description and Operation - 2013 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Roof Opening Panel - Wiring Diagram 1 - 2013 Edge.pdf Roof Opening Panel - Wiring Diagram 2 - 2013 Edge.pdf Roof Opening Panel Motor Initialization - General Procedures - 2013 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Console — Overhead - Removal and Installation - 2013 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf ROOF OPENING PANEL SWITCH - Component Testing Procedure - 2013 Edge.pdf ROOF OPENING PANEL SWITCH - Connector C9001 Details - 2013 Edge.pdf ROOF OPENING PANEL SWITCH - Connector C9001 Location - 2013 Edge.pdf ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR ASSEMBLY - Connector C920 Details - 2013 Edge.pdf ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR ASSEMBLY - Connector C920 Location - 2013 Edge.pdf Roof Opening Panel Motor Wiring Harness - Removal and Installation - 2013 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Roof Opening Panel Motor — Sliding Front Panel - Removal and Installation - 2013 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Roof Opening Panel Motor — Shade - Removal and Installation - 2013 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Good luck!
  18. 1 point
    Al: Have you scanned your Edge for Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) ? From the System Operation and Component Description document... Digital Signal Processor (DSP) The audio system provides theater quality sound in the vehicle. Audio signals are sent from the ACM and APIM to the DSP module. The DSP module processes the audio signals and sends them to the speakers. Additionally, from the 2018 Edge Workshop Manual, relating to: No Sound From All Speakers Normal Operation and Fault Conditions When the ignition status message from the BCM indicates that the engine is cranking, the ACM mutes the audio output. If the audio DSP module detects an open, short to ground, or less than 3.5 volts on the enable circuit, the speaker output will be muted for all of the speakers. A short to ground or short to voltage in the circuitry to one of the speakers may cause multiple speakers to lose sound due to the built-in overload protection feature of the audio DSP module. In this case, a speaker fault DTC sets. DTC Fault Trigger Conditions DTC Description Fault Trigger Conditions DTC Type B1142:27 Ignition Status 1: Signal Rate of Change Above Threshold Set by the ACM when an error is detected in the ignition status message from the BCM during engine start. Continuous B13FB:11 Audio Enable Line: Circuit Short To Ground Set by the audio DSP module when a short to ground is detected on the enable circuit Continuous Possible Sources Wiring, terminals, or connectors ACM Audio DSP module I can provide diagnostic Pinpoint Test 'F' if either of the above DTCs are present in the ACM or DSP modules. Good luck! Document download link> Audio Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Module - Removal and Installation - 2018 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf
  19. 1 point
    Definitely send it back for the core refund. Fixing the old unit involves pouring more money into it and then it sits on a shelf for .... years? Your tying up $$ and still ending up with a possibility a unit that doesn't fit a future engine.
  20. 1 point
    Okay, I thought that was the same document that showed a couple different methods to enter it, depending on what buttons you might have (possibly different B&O versus standard), so I didn't download it to look at it.
  21. 1 point
    I am just cherry picking part of this post. That is how extended warranties work. Up to the date or miles the original warranty is, it is covered by the original warranty, then the extended kicks in, but that 6 year, 120,000 (just pulled numbers out of the air) is from the in service date. When I bought my used 2019 with 1,000 miles left on the manufacturers warranty the financial guy kept wording the extended warranty like it was added on at the end, but when asked the year it would expire, it was 2025, not 2028 like he kept intimating at. I had no plans for it since I rarely get gripes fixed by the dealer unless it is completely obvious, and I decided to invest the 11% of the cost of the vehicle they wanted for the warranty to extend it 2 years and 40,000 miles. The finance guy was no longer my long lost buddy, the extended warranty is where they make their bank.
  22. 1 point
    I just purchased a 2024 Ford Edge Titanium. It is quieter than the RX350. It feels much like the Audi Q5. I love the uncluttered understated interior. Even if they changed the glass, perhaps they made other sound deadening changes to keep it a quiet ride. These are not cheap vehicles, my MSRP was over 53k, so they must drive competitively with other vehicles. The redesigned edge overseas moved even more upscale, which is probably why the Lincoln Nautilus was updated for 2024, and the edge here will be no longer. The 2024 Lincoln Nautilus sells for 53k-80k. This is quite a bit more than the 2023 Nautilus. It is shipped here from China.
  23. 1 point
    Document download links> Generator - 2.7L EcoBoost - Removal and Installation - 2016 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Air Conditioning Compressor - 2.7L EcoBoost - Removal and Installation - 2016 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Please note that several of the numbered action-step descriptions appear on the page prior to the illustration to which they apply, due to formatting for maximum illustration size. Go Vols !
  24. 1 point
    Ok, I just checked my 2016 Edge and it too doesn't go up by itself. The struts can hold the hood in its place anywhere from ~1/4 open (pictured below) up to fully open. On a 2015 MKS, I have to lift the hood higher than in the Edge until the struts kick in, around half way open, but then they raise the hood the last 1/4 way by themselves.
  25. 1 point
    Not even 2 months and I had to replace the after-market emblem one more time. The whole front plate was removed during my last car wash (Petro Canada). The front emblem was glued using hot glue, very cheap made. So I went to dealer and picked up an OEM emblem for $54CAD ($10 off). The good part is Ford decided to make new emblems, this time it's not blue enamel paint, the blue plate is made from plastic blue color.
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