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BraddB

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  1. BraddB

    Auto window reset

    Wow, that was a lot of information! Thank you, looks like I will be buying a new switch for it here soon. Hopefully that will take care of the problem. Thank you.
  2. BraddB

    Auto window reset

    Is it possible for just the auto down part of the switch to go bad while the other functions still work?
  3. BraddB

    Auto window reset

    I tried that with no luck. I was hoping to be able to fix this myself instead of spending money at the dealership.
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    Auto window reset

    Anyone? This issue isn't a major problem but it should be fixable.
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    Auto window reset

    We have had our 2013 Edge SE for about 3 months now, maybe a little longer and I really love this car. Ever since we bought it the Auto Up for the drivers door window works perfect, but the auto down has had a mind of it's own. Sometimes it would work, and sometimes it wouldn't. It is to the point now that auto down won't work at all. Manual down still works but the auto down seems to think it isn't meant to work at all. I have tried some of the reset procedures I have found on the web with no luck. The auto up still works fine though. This is driving me nuts. Anyone have any ideas?
  6. Whoever wired them up wired them so they come on with the ignition no matter what position the lights or toggle switch is in. Now, I have to figure out what that toggle switch is for. Lol.
  7. After doing some testing with a test light I managed to find out it was a bad fuse in the fusable link. They are working fine now.
  8. After doing some checking, I pulled the inner wheel well cover to look at the back of the strip lights. I found they ARE plugged in and the wire from the harness at the lights runs up from the passenger side over to the driver's side and from there up towards the battery and I lose where it goes from there. It looks like it MIGHT run through the firewall and to the toggle switch that is underneath and to the left of my steering wheel. It also appears that there is a fusable link that plugs into the fuse box in the engine compartment that I am not sure if it is part of this mess or not. It does have a 30 amp fuse in it. This is really driving me nuts. I would really like to get this figured out and these led strip lights working, but I can't afford to take it to the dealer since I live on disability.
  9. I went out and unlocked my Edge, got in and this was on the radio screen. Has anyone ever had this happen before? This was before I even put the key in the ignition.
  10. BraddB

    Unsupported device

    I got it figured out. The thumb drive was partitioned in gpt instead of mbr. Once I changed it all over to mbr the sync update worked, and now media files play just fine.
  11. Whenever I try to use a USB thumb drive to play media files I get a message of "Unsupported device" after it tries to initialize the USB. I thought that might be because I am on sync version 1 and it needed an update. I downloaded the update to a thumb drive and still am having the same issue. Anyone have any ideas?
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    Software update question

    I contacted Ford and they directed me to a website where I could download the update for my system. I have it downloaded now and am getting ready to install it. Here's to hoping for the best!
  13. I appreciate it, guess I will just have to dig into the front end to see what is going on with the lights. Seems like someone just dipped or painted the front end. Was hoping to get lucky with this, but doesn't seem that way. Lol
  14. Message sent. Here are a picture of the wheels on my Edge
  15. It's odd... when I run the vin it comes back as an SE, BUT.... it seems that it MIGHT be the sport model. Here is an actual picture of my Edge. What do you think I am dealing with here? An SE or Sport? It has the SE features, but appears to have the Sport front end. This has me totally confused.
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