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  1. I have no direct experience with them, but perhaps you could use an aftermarket 2-to-3 tail light adapter module, like those used in Recreational Vehicle (RV) applications. For example -- this adapter, or this adapter, or this adapter. Good luck!
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    What transmission/PTU do I have

    From the 2024 Edge Workshop Manual... Document download links> Transmission Description - Overview - 8F57 (8-Speed & 7-Speed) - 2024 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Power Transfer Unit - 2.7 EcoBoost - 2024 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Engine Overview - 2.7 EcoBoost - 2024 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Oil Pump - Removal and Installation - 2.7 EcoBoost - 2024 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Good luck! Weblink to...
  3. From the 2011 Edge Workshop Manual... Headlamp Assembly - Removal and Installation (Enhanced Image) Bumper Cover - Front - Exploded View (Enhanced Image) Document download links> Headlamp Assembly - Removal and Installation - 2011 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Headlamp Assembly - Removal and Installation - ENHANCED IMAGE - 2011 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Bumper Cover - Front - Removal and Installation - 2011 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Bumper Cover - Front - Exploded View - 2011 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Bumper Cover - Front - Exploded View - ENANCED IMAGE - 2011 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Good luck!
  4. I normally wait until 100 views, because most Forum members are more experienced than I am. (Just kidding about the former, but serious about the latter.) 2010 Edge Wiring Diagram and Park/Stop/Turn Connector Details 2011 Edge Wiring Diagram and Park/Stop/Turn Connector Details Good luck!
  5. Welcome to the Forum, billw6560 ! From the 2018 Edge Workshop Manual... Placing your device cursor over underlined acronyms may yield their full-words description. Outside Air Temperature The Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) sensor is hardwired to the PCM through separate input and return circuits. The PCM provides a reference voltage to the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) sensor and monitors the change in voltage resulting from changes in resistance as determined by outside air temperature. The PCM sends the ambient air temperature data to the GWM through the HS-CAN1 . The GWM sends the ambient air temperature message to the HVAC (part of the FCIM ) over the MS-CAN . The FCIM filters the data and sends the ambient air temperature filtered data back to the GWM over the MS-CAN . The GWM sends the ambient air temperature filtered message to the IPC over the HS-CAN3. The FCIM is programmed to update the messaged outside temperature data at different rates depending on several criteria to prevent false temperature displays due to a condition known as heat soaking. Heat soaking is where the outside air temperature is hotter in the location of the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) sensor than the actual outside air temperature. The outside air temperature display update strategy requires a starting temperature to update from. This starting temperature is controlled based on the length of time the engine is off and the engine temperature. When the engine has been off for longer than 6 hours, the update strategy begins with the unfiltered ambient air temperature input to the PCM . If the engine has been off for less than 6 hours, and the engine coolant temperature is less than 49° C (120° F), the update strategy begins with the filtered ambient air temperature equal to the unfiltered ambient air temperature. If the engine has been off for less than 6 hours, and the engine coolant temperature is greater than 49° C (120° F), the update strategy begins at the stored previous outside air temperature value. When the sensed outside temperature rises and the vehicle speed is above 33 km/h (21 mph), the outside air temperature display updates after approximately 90 seconds. As the vehicle speed increases, the outside air temperature display updates at a faster rate that is proportional to the increase in vehicle speed. Once the vehicle speeds exceeds 81 km/h (50 mph), the display updates without any delay. If the vehicle speed drops below 33 km/h (21 mph), the update delays reset. When the sensed outside temperature drops, the display updates more quickly following the drop experienced by the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) sensor. The Outside Air Temperature Display Is Inoperative or Incorrect Normal Operation and Fault Conditions If the air ambient temperature message is missing or invalid for less than 5 seconds, the IPC defaults the outside air temperature display to the last temperature reading, based upon the last message received. If the air ambient temperature message is missing or invalid for 5 seconds or longer from the PCM , the IPC displays all dashes (- - ) in the outside air temperature display area. Possible Sources Communication concern Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) sensor input to the PCM GWM concern FCIM concern PINPOINT TEST AE: THE OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE DISPLAY IS INOPERATIVE OR INCORRECT AE1 PERFORM THE IPC (INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER) SELF-TEST Ignition ON. Using a diagnostic scan tool, perform the IPC self-test. Are any Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) recorded? Yes REFER to DTC Chart: IPC in this section. No GO to AE2 AE2 PERFORM THE FCIM (FRONT CONTROLS INTERFACE MODULE) SELF-TEST Using a diagnostic scan tool, perform the FCIM module self-test. Are any Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) recorded? Yes Refer to the appropriate section in Group 415 for the procedure. No GO to AE3 AE3 CHECK THE GWM (GATEWAY MODULE A) DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES (DTCS) Using a diagnostic scan tool, check the GWM Continuous Memory Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs). Are any Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) recorded? Yes REFER to: Communications Network (418-00 Module Communications Network, Diagnosis and Testing). No GO to AE4 AE4 PERFORM THE PCM (POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE) SELF-TEST Using a diagnostic scan tool, perform the PCM self-test. Are any Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) recorded? Yes REFER to the appropriate 303-14 section. No GO to AE5 AE5 CHECK THE OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE CONCERN Verify the customer outside air temperature display concern. Is the outside air temperature display concern for an incorrect temperature display? Yes GO to AE6 No VIN required to access Guided Routine (IPC) AE6 CHECK THE AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE INPUT TO THE PCM (POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE) Using an infrared temperature scanner or similar tool, measure and record the temperature of the ambient air temperature sensor body. Ignition ON. Using a diagnostic scan tool, view the PCM Parameter Identifications (PIDs). Select the ambient air temperature PID (AAT). Monitor the ambient air temperature PID and compare PID value with the recorded temperature of the ambient air temperature sensor body. Does the ambient air temperature PID match the recorded ambient air temperature sensor measurement within +/- 3° C (+/- 5° F)? Yes GO to AE7 No GO to AE8 AE7 CHECK THE OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE DISPLAY UPDATE Drive the vehicle above 33 km/h (20 mph) to allow the outside air temperature display to update. Did the outside air temperature display update toward the actual ambient air temperature? Yes The system is operating correctly at this time. Explain to the customer the operation of the system as it relates to the update strategy. No VIN required to access Guided Routine (FCIM) . AE8 CHECK THE AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR RESISTANCE Ignition OFF. Disconnect PCM C1381B (2.0L Engine). Disconnect PCM C1551B (2.7L Engine). Disconnect PCM C175B (3.5L Engine). Measure: 2.0L Engine Positive Lead Measurement / Action Negative Lead C1381B Pin 51 C1381B Pin 18 2.7L Engine Positive Lead Measurement / Action Negative Lead C1551B Pin 51 C1551B Pin 18 3.7L Engine Positive Lead Measurement / Action Negative Lead C175B Pin 47 C175B Pin 51 Compare the above ambient temperature sensor resistances using the table below. Outside Air Temperature Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Value Celsius Fahrenheit Resistance (K ohms) -1.1° to 4.4° 30° to 40° 27.49 to 33.47 4.4° to 10° 40° to 50° 22.06 to 28.86 10° to 15.6° 50° to 60° 16.63 to 23.10 15.6° to 21.1° 60° to 70° 11.74 to 17.32 21.1° to 26.7° 70° to 80° 9.34 to 12.14 26.7° to 32.2° 80° to 90° 8.49 to 9.62 32.2° to 37.8° 90° to 100° 5.93 to 7.87 37.8° to 43.3° 100° to 110° 4.78 to 6.11 Does the resistance match the table specifications above? Yes GO to AE10 No GO to AE9 AE9 CHECK THE AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR RESISTANCE Disconnect Ambient Air Temperature Sensor C132. Measure: Positive Lead Measurement / Action Negative Lead C132 Pin 1 Component Side C132 Pin 2 Component Side Compare the ambient temperature sensor resistances using the table below. Outside Air Temperature Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Value Celsius Fahrenheit Resistance (K ohms) -1.1° to 4.4° 30° to 40° 27.49 to 33.47 4.4° to 10° 40° to 50° 22.06 to 28.86 10° to 15.6° 50° to 60° 16.63 to 23.10 15.6° to 21.1° 60° to 70° 11.74 to 17.32 21.1° to 26.7° 70° to 80° 9.34 to 12.14 26.7° to 32.2° 80° to 90° 8.49 to 9.62 32.2° to 37.8° 90° to 100° 5.93 to 7.87 37.8° to 43.3° 100° to 110° 4.78 to 6.11 Does the resistance match the table specifications above? Yes The ambient air temperature sensor is operating correctly. REPAIR the circuits for high circuit resistance. No GO to AE11 AE10 CHECK THE AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE (AAT) SENSOR FOR OBSTRUCTIONS OR DEBRIS Check the area around the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) sensor for any obstructions or debris such as leaves or paper. Is the area around the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) sensor free from any obstructions or debris? Yes GO to AE11 No CLEAR all debris or obstructions as necessary to allow for the free flow of air around the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) sensor. AE11 CHECK THE AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE (AAT) SENSOR OPERATION Disconnect Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) Sensor C132. Inspect the connector and wiring: water intrusion corrosion damaged pins pushed-out pins Are there any signs of water intrusion, corrosion, damaged or pushed out pins? Yes REPAIR the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) sensor connector or wiring for any water intrusion, corrosion, damaged or pushed out pins. No INSTALL a new ambient air temperature sensor. Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Location Document download links> Ambient Air Temperature Sensor - Removal and Installation - 2018 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Front Bumper Cover - Removal and Installation - 2018 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf Link to this FordParts webpage Good luck!
  6. Emphasis added... SSM 52317 2023 F-Super Duty, 2023-2024 Expedition, 2024 Nautilus/F-150 - Remote Start - No LED Confirmation From The Key Fob After A Remote Start Request 2023 F-Super Duty, 2023-2024 Expedition, 2024 Nautilus/F-150 vehicles will exhibit no light emitting diode (LED) confirmation from the key fob indicating that the vehicle has remote started (or not remote started). Factory key fobs with remote start no longer contain a LED feedback indicator. Do not replace the key fob for this condition. This is a normal operating characteristic and no service action is necessary.
  7. SSM 52321 2024 Nautilus - Rear Lamp Condensation Some 2024 Nautilus vehicles may exhibit a condition with condensation in the rear body mounted or decklid lamp assemblies that does not affect the function of the lamp. This condition is currently under investigation and replacement of the lamp assemblies may not resolve this condition. Parking the vehicle outside in the sun over several days or in a warm garage may help dissipate the condensation. Continue to monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule service appointments for customers once a repair becomes available.
  8. From Ford's Professional Technician System, this "What's New" advice to Dealership Service personnel... 2024 Nautilus Keypad Code Some 2024 Nautilus vehicles may incorrectly list the keypad code card on the loose item checklist. No keypad code cards were shipped or included in 2024 Nautilus vehicles for North America. To retrieve the vehicle’s keyless entry pad code, refer to the Keyless Entry Keypad Master Access Code section of the Owner’s Manual. This process will require the use of both programmed intelligent access keys. From the 2024 Nautilus Owner's Manual, pages 85-86... KEYLESS ENTRY KEYPAD MASTER ACCESS CODE What is the Master Access Code The master access code is a factory-set five-digit entry code. You can operate the keypad with the master access code at any time. The master access code can be displayed in the instrument cluster display and is available from an authorized dealer. Displaying the Master Access Code in the Instrument Cluster Display Read and understand the following before you begin the process. • You must have two previously programmed intelligent access key inside your vehicle. • Make sure that your vehicle is off. • Make sure you do not press the brake pedal during the procedure. • Make sure that you close all the doors and that they remain closed throughout the procedure. Perform all steps within 30 seconds of starting the sequence. If you perform any of the steps out of sequence, stop and wait for at least one minute before starting again. Note: Do not place the [Passive Key] device on the wireless accessory charging area during the procedure. 1. Access the backup slot. See Accessing the Passive Key Backup Position (page 190). 2. Place the first intelligent access key into the backup slot. 3. Press the push button ignition switch once and wait for a few seconds. 4. Press the push button ignition switch again and remove the intelligent access key from the center console. 5. Insert the second programmed intelligent access key into the backup slot in the center console, then press the push button ignition switch. The master access code appears in the instrument cluster display for a few seconds. Note: The code may not display until after other warning messages display From the 2024 Nautilus Owner's Manual, page 190... ACCESSING THE PASSIVE KEY BACKUP POSITION 1. Open the floor console storage compartment lid. 2. Place the passive key into the backup slot.
  9. SSM 52310 2024 Nautilus/F-150 - Keyless Entry Keypad Code Card Missing Some 2024 Nautilus and F-150 vehicles may incorrectly list the keyless entry keypad code card on the loose item checklist. 2024 Nautilus and F-150 vehicles in North America do not include keyless entry keypad code cards. Clients are now able to retrieve the vehicle's keyless entry keypad master access code in vehicle by following the instructions in the master access code card (available only on F-150) or in the Owner’s Manual > Keyless Entry Keypad Master Access Code. This process requires the use of two programmed intelligent access keys.
  10. Battery Drain Check Check NOTE: The 12 volt battery must be fully charged prior to starting the Battery Drain Check procedure. This procedure should never be conducted if any low battery warning messages such as "deep sleep mode" or "battery saver active" present in the instrument panel cluster. Charge and test the vehicles battery as instructed in the Battery Charging general procedure in this section of the workshop manual prior to conducting the battery drain check procedure. NOTE: Active OTA software updates (if equipped and enabled) may cause the TCU and/or other modules to remain awake during the drain testing. Using the PTS menu option, locate the connected vehicle>Over The Air Update Dashboard then review the Update Status to see if any OTA are in process. If OTA updates are actively in process, allow the update to complete prior to battery drain testing. NOTE: No factory-equipped vehicle should have more than a 25 mA (0.025 amp) – 50 mA (0.050) draw depending on the vehicle's accessories. Check for current drains on the battery in excess of 25 mA (0.025 amp) – 50 mA (0.050) with all the electrical accessories off and the vehicle at rest for at least 90 minutes (depending on region and vehicle options). Current drains can be tested with the following procedure. NOTE: Many electronic modules draw 10 mA (0.010 amp) or more continuously. NOTE: Typically, a drain of approximately 1 amp is attributed to an engine compartment lamp, glove compartment lamp or interior lamp staying on continually. Other component failures or wiring shorts are located by selectively pulling fuses to pinpoint the location of the current drain. When the current drain is found, the meter reading falls to an acceptable level. NOTE: To accurately test the drain on a battery, use an in-line ammeter between the negative battery post and its respective cable. Use of a test lamp or voltmeter is not an accurate method. NOTE: If equipped with an automatic transmission and the vehicle has an IPC PRNDL indicator, verify the gear selector lever is in the park position and is operating correctly. A fault in the park position indicator circuit can prevent modules from transitioning to sleep mode. NOTE: In addition to the battery drain check, a parasitic draw test video is provided as an additional testing resource: Click here to view Ford parasitic draw test (Link to extremely thorough, step-by-step online video, which contains no audio commentary) Drive the vehicle for at least 5 minutes over 48 km/h (30 mph) to activate the vehicle systems. If equipped, disable the approach detection feature. If equipped, disable the perimeter alarm feature. Park the vehicle, turn the ignition off. Open the hood and all doors. Use a flat blade screwdriver (or other suitable tool) to manually close the hood and door latch mechanisms to allow the hood and doors to remain open while drain testing. NOTE: Vehicles may be equipped with multiple fuse box locations. Refer to Wiring Diagrams Cell 13 for schematic and connector information. Make sure the fuse box(es) are accessible without turning on the interior lights or the underhood lights. If equipped with auxiliary battery(s), ensure that the auxiliary battery(s) are disconnected when measuring current draw at the primary battery, to ensure the meter or inductive amp probe measures all current draws present. Disconnect the auxiliary battery(s). Refer to Battery Disconnect in this section. Connect a fused jumper wire (30A) between the negative battery cable and the negative battery post to prevent modules from resetting. Disconnect the negative battery cable from the negative battery post without breaking the connection of the fused jumper wire. Using the key fob, press the lock button, then move all keys/fobs at least 50 feet away from the vehicle. NOTE: It is important that continuity is not broken between the battery and the negative battery cable when connecting the meter. If this happens, repeat the time out/power down procedure. NOTE: The meter must be capable of reading milliamps and should have a 10 amp capability. Connect a meter between the negative battery cable terminal and the negative battery post. NOTE: If the meter settings need to be switched or the test leads need to be moved to another outlet, reinstall the fused jumper wire to avoid breaking continuity. Remove the fused jumper wire. Allow the vehicle to sit with the ignition off for at least 90 minutes (depending on region and vehicle options) to allow the modules to time out/power down. Note the amperage draw. Draw varies from vehicle to vehicle depending on the equipment package. Compare to a similar vehicle for reference. NOTE: If the vehicle sits for an extended period of time and the battery drains, there is the possibility of a control module staying alive and not going into sleep mode. If a control module stays alive, it can result in battery drain. If a control module is suspected, isolate individual modules by disconnecting them one at a time and note if the excessive draw goes away. NOTE: For vehicles equipped with aftermarket equipment containing electrical connections, disconnect the aftermarket to factory connections to isolate the body from the chassis. If the current draw is excessive, remove the fuses from the main fuse box one at a time and note the current drop. When the current level drops to an acceptable level after removing a fuse, the circuit containing the excessive draw has been located. Reinstall the fuse and allow the vehicle to sit with the key out of the ignition for at least 90 minutes (depending on region and vehicle options) to allow the modules to time out/power down again. The excessive draw can be isolated by continuing to pull subsystem fuses and disconnecting components. Do not reinstall the fuses or connect components until testing is finished. To correctly isolate each of the circuits, all of the fuses may need to be removed, then install one fuse and note the amperage draw, remove the fuse and install the next fuse. Continue this process with each fuse. If excessive current draw is isolated to a specific module, verify if a module input is the cause of the concern. Refer to the corresponding workshop manual system operation and component description section to determine the inputs (hardwired or network messages) received by the module in question. Check the Wiring Diagrams manual for any circuits that run from the battery without passing through the main fuse box or other fuse box(es). If the current draw is still excessive, disconnect these circuits until the draw is found. Disconnect the generator(s) electrical connections and retest if the draw cannot be located. The generator(s) may be internally shorted, causing the current drain. If equipped with window one-touch up, perform the window motor initialization after the negative battery cable terminal is connected to the negative battery post. Refer to: Power Door Window Initialization (501-11 Glass, Frames and Mechanisms, General Procedures). If equipped with power roller shutter, perform the power roller shutter initialization after the negative battery cable terminal is connected to the negative battery post. Refer to: Power Roller Shutter Initialization (501-04) . © Copyright 2024, Ford Motor Company.
  11. SSM 50975 2017-2022 Various Ford And Lincoln Vehicles - Deep Sleep Mode Notification In FordPass® And/Or LincolnWay® Cell Phone Apps Some 2017-2022 Ford/Lincoln customers may experience a notification in the FordPass®/LincolnWay® app indicating Vehicle Has Entered Deep Sleep Mode. This occurs when the vehicle has not been started for 14 consecutive days, battery voltage is at/below 9.5 volts or the body control module (BCM) 12 volt battery state of charge (SOC) drops below 50%. A warning may also set if the telematic control unit (TCU) has received an over the air update. The TCU powers down all communication when in this mode and app features are disabled. Manually start the vehicle to wake if from mode. More information is located in the app under: Account > Help > search 'Deep Sleep' in the entry box. If the condition remains, check the BCM 12v SOC. If the SOC does not change after charging the battery or after BMS reset is performed, continue with normal battery and/or BMS sensor diagnostics.
  12. 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.
  13. TSB 23-2356 has been issued, effective February 23, 2024, and it supercedes the above-posted TSB 23-2049, due to updates in the Parts List... Document download link> TSB 23-2356 - 20019-2023 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 23-2356 23 February 2024 This bulletin supersedes 23-2049. Model: Ford 2019-2023 Edge Engine: 2.7L EcoBoost Lincoln 2019-2023 Nautilus Engine: 2.7L EcoBoost Summary This article supersedes TSB 23-2049 to update the parts list. 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 • 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 Seal 1 1 FT4Z-00815-A 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 4 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 ZC-30-A As Needed Motorcraft® Gasket Remover ZC-31-B As Needed Motorcraft® Metal Surface Prep Wipes PM-4-A As Needed Motorcraft® Metal Brake Parts Cleaner (Compliant With Low Volatile Organic Compound Requirements As Required In Some USA States) PM-4-B As Needed Motorcraft® Metal Brake Parts Cleaner (Not Compliant With Volatile Organic Compound Requirements) ZC-20 As Needed Motorcraft® Engine Shampoo and Degreaser 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) 232356A 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. © 2024 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. SSM 52285 - 2024 Nautilus - Battery State Of Charge Must Be Over 70% Before Delivery To Customers Some 2024 Nautilus vehicles may exhibit low battery state of charge that may be attributed to extended transit times from the assembly plant to the dealerships. It is critical that the battery state of charge (SOC) is above 70% before delivery to the customers. The Lincoln electronic pre-delivery inspection (ePDI) process should be fully completed, which includes battery state of charge checks. Do not utilize the ePDI IDS override function to bypass these checks. If SOC is below 70% the battery must be charged with the charger's negative clamp on an engine or chassis ground. Refer to the Warranty and Policy Manual, Section 2.9.00 Storage of New Vehicles for battery charging warranty guidelines.
  15. SSM 52287 2021-2022 Edge - Inoperative Sirius Satellite Radio With ACM Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) B1A89:13 Some 2021-2022 Edge vehicles may exhibit an inoperative Sirius satellite radio with audio control module (ACM) DTC B1A89:13. This may be due to the accessory protocol interface module (APIM) configuration. To correct the concern, download and run the APIM Programmable Module Installation (PMI) application. When the application asks Is The Original Module Installed, select NO. Once the programming completes, clear the DTCs. For claiming, use causal part 14G670 and applicable labor operations in Section 10 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual.
  16. Supplement #2 Highlights Eligibility expanded to additional 2013 & 2014 Edge/MKX vehicles; Refunds for past owner-paid repairs to expanded vehicle population available through December 31, 2023 expiration date. Document download links to Notification Letter examples being sent to Owners of the incrementally expanded population of Edge & MKX vehicles> Customer Satisfaction Program 13N02 Supplement #2 - Ford Owner Letter - 11-27-2023.pdf Customer Satisfaction Program 13N02 Supplement #2 - Lincoln Owner Letter - 11-27-2023.pdf Link to original Forum post on Field Service Action 13N02 and extensive discussion on Forum member 13N02/Brake Booster experiences
  17. Canadian 2013 & 2014 Edge/MKX owners also benefit from CSP 13N02's extended Refund Program for owner-paid Brake Boost repairs... Document download link> Canada Customer Satisfaction Program 13N02 Supplement #2 - Owner Letter - March 2024.pdf
  18. Perhaps take your ST to the dealership the evening before its Service appointment, so the technician can test drive it from a cold start when the transmission noise is most evident. Since your ST is beyond its 5 -year/60,000 mile Powertrain warranty, likely the only thing you'll pay is your Ford ESP PremiumCARE deductible -- if your contract includes one. On a tangent -- That Marauder must look really good on the streets of Yonkers. Good luck!
  19. From the 2024 Edge Workshop Manual... (Placing your device cursor over underlined acronyms may yield full-words descriptions) DRL For base series headlamps, the DRL system illuminates the low beam Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) at a reduced intensity. For mid and high series headlamps, the DRL system illuminates the LED DRL /front parking lamps at full intensity in the headlamp assembly when the ignition is on, the headlamp switch is in the OFF or AUTOLAMPS position and the headlamps have not been turned on by the autolamp system. For vehicles equipped with a bull bar, the DRL system illuminates the DRL mounted in the bull bar. When the ignition is in ON, the BCM supplies voltage to each headlamp assembly. The BCM monitors the ignition status, the headlamp switch and autolamp status. There are two types of DRL , conventional (where it is required) and configurable. When equipped with conventional DRL , the DRL are active in any headlamp switch position except the HEADLAMPS position. The conventional DRL are activated when the following conditions are met: the ignition is ON the headlamps switch is in OFF, PARKLAMPS or AUTOLAMPS position and the headlamps have not been turned on by the autolamp system. the transmission is not in PARK When equipped with configurable DRL , the DRL may be enabled through the IPC message center. When enabled, the DRL are active only in the AUTOLAMPS headlamp position. When autolamps request the headlamps on, the DRL are de-activated. The configurable DRL are activated when the following conditions are met: the ignition is ON. the headlamps switch is in AUTOLAMPS position and the headlamps have not been turned on by the autolamp system. the transmission is not in PARK. When the transmission is in not in PARK, the PCM sends a message over the HS-CAN1 to the BCM indicating the transmission is not in PARK. The BCM also provides Field Effect Transistor (FET) protection of the DRL output circuits. When an excessive current draw is detected, the BCM disables the affected circuit driver. Because yours is a Canadian-market Edge, where Daytime Running Lights are an always-on Transport Canada requirement, the above "configurable DRL" ability is not provided. Good luck!
  20. From the 2011 Edge Workshop Manual... (Placing your device cursor over underlined acronyms may display the item's full-words description) Parking Aid — Video Principles of Operation NOTE: Close the liftgate for correct operation of the video camera system. The rear video camera system is active with the ignition in run and the transaxle selector in the REVERSE (R) position. The video camera receives commands and sends status over a dedicated Local Interconnect Network (LIN) to the Body Control Module (BCM) . The video camera sends a video signal to the Accessory Protocol Interface Module (APIM) on a pair of shielded video circuits. The APIM sends the video signal to the Front Display Interface Module (FDIM) (mounted to the APIM ) which displays the video image of the area behind the vehicle. The video camera system has 4 video features that are controlled in the FDIM . The features are: Fixed guidelines Visual park aid alert Manual zoom Video camera delay For each one of these system features except the camera delay feature, the APIM sends a network message requesting the system feature to the Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC) via the High Speed Controller Area Network (HS-CAN) . The IPC sends the message to the BCM over the HS-CAN . The BCM sends the message to the video camera over the LIN . The LIN is a dedicated single wire communication line that sends and receives network messages from the BCM to the video camera. The video camera delay feature is controlled with in the APIM . The messages sent from the BCM to the video camera are: transmission selector (PRNDL) status liftgate ajar status camera configuration data display manual zoom request parking aid audible warning status parking aid sensor distance to object data The messages sent from the video camera to the BCM are: camera status display zoom status camera part number data visual park aid alert status fixed guideline status All of the video camera features are enabled and disabled within the FDIM menu screen. The video camera delay feature keeps the image displayed on the FDIM until the vehicle reaches 8 km/h (5 mph) when the vehicle is shifted out of reverse or if any button on the FDIM is pressed. The video camera fixed guidelines feature displays guidelines on top of the video image to assist the driver with alignment of the vehicle. A dashed line on the displayed image represents the center of the vehicle and 3 color-coded lines (red, yellow, green) identify different zones between the rear of the vehicle and objects. NOTE: The color-coded lines cannot indicate accurate or consistent distances between objects located behind the vehicle and at the rear of the vehicle. This normal condition is due to variances in vehicle ride height, including, but not limited to, vehicle loading. The visual park aid alert feature utilizes the 4 parking aid sensor inputs from the Parking Aid Module (PAM) and the video camera image. When the transaxle selector is in the reverse position and an object is detected in the path of the parking aid sensor, a network message of the distance from the parking aid sensor to the object is sent from the PAM to the BCM over the HS-CAN . The BCM networks the parking aid sensor message to the video camera over the LIN . The visual alerts are red, yellow or green and appear as highlights on top of the displayed image to indicate in which zone the object is detected. The highlighted visual alerts are still operational if the parking aid system is disabled within the IPC and the visual alert feature is enabled. The manual zoom feature is controlled by the video camera. The manual zoom feature has 3 zoom levels that are only active when the vehicle is in reverse. If the manual zoom feature is enabled and the vehicle is shifted out of reverse the manual zoom feature is disabled. The manual zoom feature must be re-enabled the next time the vehicle is shifted into reverse. When the FDIM requests the video image to be zoomed in or out, the APIM sends a zoom request network message to the IPC . The IPC sends the message to the BCM , which sends the zoom request message to the video camera over the LIN . The video image sent by the video camera is then digitally zoomed in or out. Because you indicate no Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) are present in any of your Edge's electronic modules, we look to the Symptom Chart for diagnostic procedure guidance... Pinpoint Test I: Visual Park Aid Is Inoperative Refer to Wiring Diagrams Cell 131 , Parking Aid for schematic and connector information... Normal Operation When the transaxle selector in the reverse position and an object is detected in the path of the parking aid sensor, a network message of the distance from the parking aid sensor to the object is sent from the Parking Aid Module (PAM) to the Body Control Module (BCM) over the High Speed Controller Area Network (HS-CAN) . The BCM networks the parking aid sensor message over the Local Interconnect Network (LIN) to the video camera. The visual alerts are red, yellow or green and appear as highlights on top of the displayed image to indicate in which zone the object is detected. The visual park aid feature can be enabled and disabled with in the Front Display Interface Module (FDIM) . This pinpoint test is intended to diagnose the following: Wiring, terminals or connectors Video camera PAM BCM PINPOINT TEST I : VISUAL PARK AID IS INOPERATIVE NOTICE: Use the correct probe adapter(s) when making measurements. Failure to use the correct probe adapter(s) may damage the connector. I1 VERIFY THE VISUAL PARK AID IS ENABLED Verify that the visual park aid is enabled in the FDIM . Is the visual park aid enable in the FDIM ? Yes GO to I2. No ENABLE the visual park aid. TEST the system for normal operation. I2 CHECK THE DTCS FROM THE PAM SELF-TEST Check the PAM DTCs from the self-test. Are any PAM DTCs recorded? Yes REPAIR all PAM DTCs first. REFER to Parking Aid in this section. TEST the system for normal operation. No GO to I3. I3 CHECK THE DTCS FROM THE BCM SELF-TEST Check the BCM DTCs from the self-test. Are any BCM DTCs recorded? Yes REFER to DTC Charts in this section. No GO to I4. I4 CHECK FOR CORRECT VIDEO CAMERA OPERATION Connect: All Disconnected Connectors . Disconnect the video camera connector. Check for: corrosion damaged pins pushed-out pins Connect the video camera connector and make sure it seats correctly. Operate the system and verify the concern is still present. Is the concern still present? Yes INSTALL a new video camera. REFER to Video Camera in this section. TEST the system for normal operation. No The system is operating correctly at this time. The concern may have been caused by a loose or corroded connector. If any DTCs surface after you use Forscan to specifically perform module Self Tests on the PAM and BCW, then report them back here and we'll address them further. You may notice in all of the above explanation that the Camera's generating the red -yellow-green visual cues is the result of the BCM messaging across the LIN circuit. The wiring diagram indicates the LIN circuit passes through three connectors between the Camera and the BCM: at C4357 Pin 2, at C495 Pin 2, and at C919 Pin 9. Connector details and location illustrations are linked for download below. If you progress to Step I4, you may want to inspect all three of those Connectors/LIN circuit Pins for corrosion and/or a pushed-out conditions. And finally, about your "eBay special" "OEM" camera purchase. Is the camera outwardly identical to the camera you removed, showing identical part number and manufacturer markings? Have you contacted the eBay seller for a replacement camera? Document download links> Parking Aid Module-Body Control Module Power Supply-HS CAN Module Communications Wiring Diagram - 2011 Edge.pdf VIDEO CAMERA - Connector C4357 Details - 2011 Edge.pdf Inline Connector C495 - Body Harness to Camera Jumper Harness - 2011 Edge.pdf Video CAMERA - Connectors C495 & C4357 Locations in Liftgate - 2011 Edge.pdf Inline Connector C919 - Liftgate Harness to Body Harness Details - 2011 Edge.pdf Inline Connector C919 - Liftgate Harness to Body Harness Location - 2011 Edge.pdf Inline Connector C919 - Liftgate Harness to Body Harness Location, Alternate View - 2011 Edge.pdf Good luck!
  21. Program 13N02's refunds for past owner-paid repairs to incremental population 2013 & 2014 Edge/MKX vehicles is being extended to April 30, 2024. Updated letters to owners of incremental population 2013 & 2014 Edge/MKX vehicles will be mailed the week of March 18, 2024. For more information, see... Customer Satisfaction Program 13N02, Supplement # 3 - Certain 2013-2014 Edge/MKX Vehicles - Extended Warranty Coverage on Brake Booster (10 Year/150,000 miles) ** Refund program for owner-paid repairs extended thru April 30, 2024 ** Good luck!
  22. Supplement #3 Highlights Updated letters to owners of incremental population 2013 & 2014 Edge/MKX vehicles will be mailed the week of March 18, 2024. Refunds for past owner-paid repairs to incremental population of 2013 & 2014 Edge/MKX vehicles extended to April 30, 2024. Document download links to samples of updated letter being sent to Owners of the incremental population of 2013 & 2014 Edge/MKX vehicles> Customer Satisfaction Program 13N02 Supplement #3 - Ford Owner Letter - March 2024.pdf Customer Satisfaction Program 13N02 Supplement #3 - Lincoln Owner Letter - March 2024.pdf Link to original Forum post on Field Service Action 13N02 and extensive discussion on Forum member 13N02/Brake Booster experiences
  23. While the 2024 Nautilus continues offering Hands Free Liftgate as standard equipment on Premier (102A), Reserve (202A & 203A), and Black Label (800A) trim levels, this announcement is notable... SSM 52269 Multiple Vehicle Lines - No Longer Equipped With A Hands Free Liftgate System 2022-2024 Explorer/Aviator vehicles built on or after 28-May-2022, 2022-2024 Expedition/Navigator vehicles built on or after 08-Jun-2022, 2022-2024 Escape vehicles built on or after 01-Jun-2022 and 2022 Corsair vehicles built on or after 01-Jun-2022 are no longer equipped with a hands free liftgate system. The vehicle is not misbuilt. The addition of any parts is not a warrantable repair. Do not submit a claim for this condition.
  24. I'm unsure how the numbering in these illustrations coincides with the sequencing of the Walk Test, but at least all speaker locations are depicted here... 6-Speaker System 12-Speaker System Good luck!
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