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Iroc90

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  1. I recently discovered the phone button on the steering wheel does not activate the hands free phone when depressing to make a call.  The end call button will change the radio station and hang the phone up if there is an active call.  If there is no phone in the car the phone button will move the station down one station or up one station depending if it is depressed left or right.  I have a Samsung S7.  Took the car to the dealership last week and they upgraded the Sync 3 version, but this had no effect on the phone button functioning.  

     

    Also, the updated Sync Version, when activating voice commands, no longer speaks the message "Say a Command".  Anyone else experiencing this?


  2. On 3/22/2019 at 1:36 PM, BMB said:

    I have a 2010 Edge SE 2WD. All of a sudden the driver’s side front door lock is the only one that works properly with both the key fob and the switch on the door. The passenger side front only works manually and does not respond to the fob nor the door switch. The two back doors seem to work off and on when they feel like it. I replaced the 20A mini fuse just to rule it out but it didn’t work. Any idea what’s going on? 

    I have a 2019 ST purchased in November.  When new I would have intermittent problems with the touch switch for locking/unlocking on the 2 rear doors.  After a few weeks it went away.  Today I am now experiencing the issue BMB had.  The only door switch working is the driver door for locking/unlocking.  Key fob locks and unlocks, interior switch works, and the keypad on the door panel all work.  Any suggestions?

     

    Thank you.


  3. On 9/30/2019 at 6:03 PM, vmaxbaby said:

    I wonder when Ford is going to release another TSB to fix this issue and better shifting issue or have they just given up.  I would think that is a Project Manager would go to the trans team that did the program and said okay fix it those guys could write the code and flash their test mule and see what it does.  They could do that a couple times a week and test it but since they have known about it for months have they just given up and hope all is well :(  I wonder about the 2020 Edge ST did they fix that programming and just not saying anything because everytime a dealer does a Flash they charge back Ford so they are keep this a secret?  I which we had a email address to a live person that would give us an update.  I have only had the clunk a few times since purchasing the car but the trans shifting still needs some work IMO.  If aftermarket tuners can make a difference can't Ford?  I mean someone on the team that is working on the GT500 or the Ford GT they must know what they are doing and I know a whole different animal and trans but someone there has to know how to fix it right ?

    I test drove 6  2019 Edge ST's.  Experienced it once on a test drive.  Made the clunk 3 times before no clunk on the 4th attempt.  Salesman says it was because it hasn't been driven in a while.  I doubt the other 5 test drives had been recently driven.


  4. On 2/10/2019 at 4:57 AM, Fingernip said:

    I would expect only small changes. For instance my 2011 sport didn’t get adjustable headrests but the next year they added them. Also side mirror turn signals. We might see corrections and small things each model year. 

    i bought my 2019 in November.  Saw a 2020, couldn't follow the pricing from the 2 years.  The MSRP was about $300 more, but the 401a package was lower on the 2020.  Also, the dash does not have a center compartment on the 2020, no CD player, but the biggest difference for me was the center console.  My center console has 2 buttons, one button allows access to the coin holder, and the second button lifts the coin  holder out of the way.  The 2020 center console only has 1 button, you have to physically remove the coin holder to access the lower portion of the center console.


  5. On 1/21/2019 at 11:45 AM, jamie1073 said:

     

     

    I've got around 1100 miles on my 2019 Edge ST with Performance brake package.  Combination city/hwy getting only a little over 19, computer says about 1mpg higher.  I wonder if the 21 inch wheels affects mileage?

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