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  1. First off, I am unable to post pics even though the file size is smaller than what’s allowable. Not sure what’s going on there but if someone can help, great. Otherwise, I can send via email I suppose. Ship on your dime from 33708. Here’s the list: 1. Custom Accessories Indoor/Outdoor gray cover with mirror pockets. Used 3x in an indoor garage so like new. Purchased $525, sell $300. 2. 2 OEM front springs, only 1,270 mi on them...$60(new would be approx $114) 3. 2 OEM rear springs, only 1,270 mi on them....$70 (new would be approx $150) 4. McNally Catch Can with associated fittings/hose/installation directions...purchased $352, sell$150...note, hose has been precut and fitted to my Edge, it will save you the hassle of figuring it out. This kit will work on any eco boost engine, but if it’s not an Edge you may need new hose, which is cheap. 5. Full set of OEM lug nuts, removed at 8,600 mi...$30(new would be approx $80)...note, none of the lug nuts are ballooned out or exhibit any problems. Impact gun never used. They were removed in favor of black ones. Thats all folks! Any help posting pics is greatly appreciated!
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    Engine Dies while Driving

    Went to Autozone and Advanced Auto, both places pulled zero codes. Guess I’ll bite the bullet and go to a dealership, but I know that will most likely be a dead end too. Guess I can at least get the PCM updated. Hate to throw parts at a problem, but if all else fails, may try replacing the TB.
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    Engine Dies while Driving

    The code reader I used is an SCT X3, which reads codes and doubles as programmer for my Raptor. I’ll take it to Autozone as you suggest. I was contemplating replacing the throttle body (easy enough) as that seemed to be the fix with the 3.5L, but I’ll start with Autozone. Thanks.
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    Engine Dies while Driving

    This has happened 3X on separate occasions to my wife. 2016 Edge Sport, 2.7EB, 10K miles. Driving normally and car shuts off, complete loss of power. Restarts fine. When she arrived back home, I checked for codes, none. Maybe restarting erases the codes? I replaced the battery, thinking the OEM battery was near its life expectancy, and it stalled again after the replacement. Been reading up on this, seems to be an issue with the 3.5L(throttle body) but could not find an issue with the 2.7EB. Anyone have insight? Thanks.
  5. Is the BMS optional or standard equipment on 2015+? What does it look like and where is it located?
  6. Yup, that’s my default solution if there are no other options. Thanks very much!
  7. Hi All, Just replaced the OEM battery BXT-90T5-590 with the larger BAGM-48H6-760. I did not see a battery management system module (BMS) which I believe is usually attached to the negative battery cable. Also, I did try to reset the BMS by doing the high beam flash 5-7X, apply brakes 3X all within 10 secs but nothing happened. So, anyone know how to tell if I have a BMS or post a pic? If I do, do I need Forscan or dealer to reset? TIA
  8. Haven’t tried replacing on my Edge yet but just did the passenger side CV axle on my Raptor. Literally took 30 mins and I’ve never done it before. Check Rockauto for parts, replaced with OEM.
  9. So I get these Carfax reports emailed to me from a dealer. In June, my trade in value was $22,510. In July, it increased to $25,180. Curious as to why? Covid side effect/less dealer inventory? Logic dictates the longer you own these cars, the less they are worth.
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