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    2017 Ford Edge Sport

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  1. You got it! See the articles below. You will find detailed opinions, thoughts, evaluations on them. Good Luck. Powerstop Rotora
  2. The ST has been on the market for two years. There aren't a lot of aftermarket mods specifically for the ST. You have the same mods available for the SPORT. These are the brake options available to you. 1) powerstop 2) rotora 3) or any other custom big break conversion.
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    FORScan, what do I buy to make code changes?

    In addition to the F150 spreadsheet mentioned above I also use the Fusion spreadsheet created by DanMc85. http://bit.ly/DanMc85FORScanMods Dan also has a tutorial available here: http://www.2gfusions.net/showthread.php?tid=4573 If there is something that you can't figure out and the other members can not help you to @jmr061 or Dan at https://www.sync3programming.com Happy Programming!
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    What happened?

    Thanks for sorting it out Robert!
  5. onyxbfly

    What happened?

    You're getting more than I am. All I get is a blank page....
  6. onyxbfly

    New Here

    Congrats, and welcome to the forum!
  7. Hook up a OBD code reader and see if you are getting any DTC/ error codes.
  8. If you have access to the 3.0 update you can update to it directly. If not you will have install them in the order that Ford provides them.
  9. onyxbfly

    F/S: 2017 Ford Edge Sport 21" Wheels/Tires

    Decisions....Decisions....Decisions........ I'm currently at the same crossroads
  10. onyxbfly

    Electric seat exchange

    With your 2008 limited seats installed, hook up a OBD reader and see what codes/ DTCs pop up. That would be your first step in solving this riddle.
  11. Awesome!! Glad to hear that it cleared up!
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    Poor trans shifting theory investigation

    I know that I am stating the obvious when I say this, but I'd strongly suggest going to a different dealership! Hopefully you have one that is relatively painless to get too. There are 3 high volume dealerships in my immediate area. Unfortunately I have to leave the state to go to my preferred dealer
  13. You need the hood pin. The hood pin should be located in the latch. If you pop your hood it should say that the hood is open on your dash. If it does not you may be able to enable it in FORScan providing that you actually have the hood pin. I believe that I read that the hood pin is enabled within the BCM. I may be mistaken its been a while and I can not find the forum post that detailed it. Here is the forum post that goes into it in more detailed: https://www.fordedgeforum.com/topic/23273-hood-pin-location-in-2017-ford-edge/ HTH
  14. Sorry to hear that. Hopefully it will clear up within the next few days. I don't think being parked indoors or not has anything to do with it. Perhaps park her outside overnight and see if that will help. There is no definitive rhyme or reason why it happens. It happened at my car wash once. As soon as I noticed it, I felt like I tasted throw up in my mouth. By time I got home it had cleared up.
  15. Ford will say some nonsense that a lil condensation is to be expected due to the nature of lights etc. It should be covered if you have the full ESP that covers lights etc. That happened to my brother last year with his 2015 Sport. He brought his warranty post sale because he had additional coverage because it was a CPO. The dealer told him that his ESP did not cover lights and some other bits. The good thing is that the dealer said if you call up Budco (SP) they will upgrade it and he just had to pay the difference. He did it in the parking lot and the very next day the dealer processed the claim for him. Took about 3 weeks or so because the tail lights were on back order. He's been condensation free ever since.