2019 Edge Low Speed Surge/Buck in 2.0L EcoBoost Posted September 4 · Report reply 8 hours ago, akirby said: Because it DOESNT LEARN YOUR DRIVING HABITS! Sorry for yelling but this is an urban myth that just won’t go away. Nowhere has Ford ever said that. Read what Ford said - it simply measures each shift against the factory target and adjusts the shift pressure to keep it in the target range. This compensates for wear over time and manufacturing tolerances. And it’s based on gear, throttle position and rpm. So it takes a long time for normal driving to hit all of those different combinations. Akirby, I don't doubt what you're saying but that's what I've been told by two different dealer service departments. I just had my Edge Titamiun in again to look at the bucking issue. According to Ford, they were required to reset the PCM before looking at anything else. When I picked up the vehicle the service advisor told me to "give it 1000 - 1500 miles for the car to learn my driving habits". Do you have any documents from Ford you can post that states that? Would like to take it along and give it the the service advisor on my next visit.