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  1. Hey guys, Keep in mind I'm no mechanic. This post is to add search results to the internet for someone like me who couldn't find the things I wanted. The A/C on my 2008 ford edge has always been horrible since I purchased it in 2010 and possibly even declining ever since then.. Within the last few weeks: When making a turn splashing noise from glovebox. Ac blower fan very noisy. Water leaking on passenger side into floorboard. I started off by removing the glove box and the cover beneath it(snap screws). Found a napkin sucked to the intake where the RECYCLE AIR vent opens. Oh dear, I see where this is going. Then I removed the blower fan. 3 screws and unplug the electrical plug (easy job). Water the color of pepsi leaked out of it like crazy as I pulled it off. Ran my hand around the inside of where the fan sat thinking I'd find some material. Nothing. Next move was I knew A/Cs sweat water and that must be what the deal was. I got on the interwebs and searched for words I could think of relating to a/cs and found the condenser being the part that sweats, I started to look for the drain plug on my ford edge under the hood. WRONG lol Id only be so lucky. I even went as far as driving it up on ramps and could not find the drain. Apparently it's there but behind something that has to be removed. BLAH I thought ok maybe the clog lies within the drain pan and I can attack it there. Instead of laying under a car on ramps I had no idea if they would give and the car crush me. I started looking around to remove it. NO GO. Next was find where the hose drains from the pan to under the car BINGO. I found it on a diagram here on the web. It's under the carpet right next to where your foot rests on the gas pedal. Pulled the hose off the white plastic connector. No water came out..Hrmph well well I was right the clog was in the pan. I thought oh damn there is something sucked in there that came from the glovebox and I'm screwed. I Saw some guys on youtube use a compressor to blow theirs clean(from the outside of the car). Not having a compressor the next best thing I could think of was to use my mini shopvac and reverse the hose to blow. I chose to blow back towards the drain pan because what if there is a huge napkin in there and If I use suck it will lodge it even further in the hose. Used my hand to make the seal from the shopcav attachment to seal it to the hose line. Blew for 10 secs removed nothing happened. Blew again for about 10 secs and boom water started gushing out. I bet there was 1/2 gallon of water that came out. I had a large bowl ready to catch most of it. The rest hit the floor, oh well I have a shopvac. :P Put everything back together. Watched under the car to see if it was leaking. All good now. I will never know what the blockage was. Was it a napkin, receipt or outdoor debris?? Who cares it's draining now and The A/C is colder than it has ever has been! Happens again I'll repeat. The blower fan is ruined though and forever noisy. Replacements are $50 online. I guess I'll rock it till the wheels fall off and am forced to replace it. Jerry Oh P.S., I think that water has been backed up for years breaking down whatever process happens making the air cold. It really is colder than it has ever been. (insert technical reason here)
  2. Hey guys, new here but wanted to see if anyone else is having the same issues I am having. My wheels have less than 60K miles but are starting to peel. I wanted to see if anyone else is/has experienced this issue and if so what is the best way to correct this issue. I know I am way past warranty so reaching out to Ford is not even a thought. I really appreciate the help.
  3. I had a Mustang GT, with Sync 3. When I would receive a text message, I could press the listen button to listen to the message. Once the message finished playing, the window would go away on the display. With the 2020 Ford EDGE ST, that does not seem to be the case. Despite listening to the message, the notification remains on the Sync 3 display. Then I have to close it, by clicking close. Does this happen to you, too?
  4. My Ford Edge was built in March 2011 and it's been 10 years and 2 months when the brake booster went out, whereas the brake booster warranty is for 10 years. Ford won't help. I called customer service. Additionally, ever since picking up my Edge from Mark Thomas Ford dealership repair shop for having both catalytic converters and spark plugs replaced, my Edge makes a high pitch whining noise like a turbo would, when exceeding roughly 3k RPMs. Doesn't make the noise when revving it while in park. Some say it could be the main crank bearing, some say other bearings such as water pump or alternator or ac compressor. My thought was transmission. Who knows!? Could "Large Leak Evap Emission" code related? Code P0455 135K miles.
  5. DeneWarChief

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  6. Hey everyone, I think the speaker that does the fake engine noise is blown (tho idk) already. When I put the car into "S" mode there is a constant whooshing noise coming from what sounds like the left A-pillar. Turn off "S" mode and it goes away. I guess it could be the intentional sound but I have no idea what noise they possibly could have been trying to imitate lol. The noise happens when the car is stopped idling at a light as well as one the move. I'm sure if I bring it to the dealer for this issue they'll say they can't replicate it, is there a way I can deactive the fake engine noise?
  7. WWWPerfA_ZN0W

    SSM 46412 - PTU Idler Gear

    February 27, 2017 MANUFACTURER COMMUNICATION NUMBER: SSM 46412 - PTU Components: POWER TRAIN, EQUIPMENT NHTSA ID Number: 10095858 Manufacturer Communication Number: SSM 46412 Summary SOME 2007-2016 EDGE/MKX/FLEX/MKT/MKZ/MKS/TAURUS/TAURUS POLICE/EXPLORER/EXPLORER POLICE EQUIPPED WITH ALL WHEEL DRIVE (AWD) AND BUILT ON OR BEFORE 30-JUN-2016 MAY EXHIBIT A TICKING AND/OR KNOCKING NOISE COMING FROM THE DRIVELINE AREA. TO IDENTIFY THIS NOISE, REFER TO WORKSHOP MANUAL (WSM), SECTION 100-04, AND FOLLOW THE SYMPTOM CHART. IF THE SOURCE OF THE NOISE IS IDENTIFIED AS THE PTU AND/OR INTERNAL TO THE PTU, DISASSEMBLE PTU ASSEMBLY. REFER TO UPDATED WSM, SECTION 308-07. IF THE PTU IS DETERMINED TO BE REPAIRABLE, UTILIZE KIT GB5Z-7P258-A (PTU Idler Gear Repair Kit, about $315) AND THE INCLUDED INSTRUCTION SHEET. FOR CLAIMING, USE CAUSAL PART 7P258 AND APPLICABLE LABOR OPERATIONS IN SECTION 07 OF THE SERVICE LABOR TIME STANDARDS (SLTS) MANUAL. 77 Associated Products Vehicles MAKE MODEL YEAR FORD EDGE 2007-2016 FORD EXPLORER 2007-2016 FORD FLEX 2009-2016 FORD TAURUS 2007-2016 FORD TAURUS POLICE INTERCEPTOR 2013-2015 LINCOLN MKS 2009-2016 LINCOLN MKT 2009-2016 LINCOLN MKX 2007-2016 LINCOLN MKZ 2007-2016
  8. edge2013own99

    Trouble turning on after refuel

    I have a 2013 Ford Edge Limited with around 100k kms on it, and it seems to be running fine. Though after refuelling, the car has trouble starting up, when turning on the car, the dash will come on but the wheel will remain frozen (as in I can't turn it), after attempting to turn on the car 2-3 times, it will eventually hit a turn on where you will hear the engine cranking for 15-20 seconds and it turns on normally after this. The issue then disappears till next refuel. Any advice is appreciated.
  9. I just called the parts dept at my local ford dealer looking for Parking Brake shoes for my 2013 edge. The associate on the phone informed me that the 2013 edge uses the regular brake caliper and pads for the parking function. Can anyone confirm this me? Cant find anything to corroborate this after multiple google searches. Google has returned actual parts that fit that description. Thanks in advance
  10. how to replace main fuse & its location how to replace compartment fuse & its location how to check for power seat issues If you have any queries do ask in the comments. Hope it was helpful
  11. LivingonEdge

    14 Edge SEL back gate wont open

    I started to install wiring for a hitch and I forgot to take off the (-) terminal when wiring it back up. Now when I try to open the back gate nothing happens and I cant open it. The tail lights and everything work which is what I wired in to but for some reason randomly the back gate does not work at all. I checked for a blown fuse and the back gate ones were not blown so I do not understand what could have happened, does anyone know? thanks in advance
  12. I have a 2008 Edge limited. For the last 7-8 months I have non stop been looking for a ford raptor style grille with the ford letters and amber lights. From what I see there isnt a single one for this year that i can find. I have seen them online on some newer ones but not for the 08. Has anyone else seen where to possibly get one? or know of a place that can custom make one for it? Thanks!
  13. Would you guys please let me know where is the fuel filter located ? I bought it but some people say it is inside the tank and I have the outside cylinder type. Please let me know, thanks
  14. I have a 2008 edge limited I purchased in May and now have the darndest thing happen with my liftgate. The first issue was when I would use any button to open the liftgate it would open, ding 3 times and then start to automatically close. It wouldn't do this all the time, but frequently. I read to try to reset it by opening and then closing manually. This would periodically work, but it always happened again. Now, however, the power feature is not working at all. Power liftgate is "on" from the instrument panel. When I push any of the buttons it "clicks" like it is enagaging but it never opens. I have to open it manually and it has a lot of resistance. Once manually opened it will not stay open it wants to fall back closed right away. My head has been in the way several times so needless to say I want to get this issue resolved ASAP.
  15. I have a 2016 MKX that I believe has a bad rear mirror motor. I have purchased the new motor, but need advice removing the mirror glass to access the mirror motor. I have searched everywhere, but have only found a video that essentially forces the mirror off by reaching behind it and pulling on some clips. I can't really get my fingers behind the mirror glass, and am afraid to force it off the clips for fear of breaking the glass, which is available but very expensive. Does anyone have advice on how to remove the mirror glass to get access to the motor?
  16. SSM 47398 – 2015-2018 Edge Vehicles – 2.0L EcoBoost With 6F35 Transmission – Rattle Noise From Engine Flex Plate Some 2015-2018 Edge vehicles equipped with a 2.0L EcoBoost and 6F35 transmission may exhibit a rattle noise from the transmission bellhousing area while running. This may be the result of a cracked engine flexplate. When replacing the flexplate, lubricate the torque converter pilot hub with Multi-Purpose Grease XL-5-A (ESB-M1C93- before reassembling. Make sure the transmission locator dowel pins are correctly installed. If the dowel pins were pulled out of the engine block, new dowel pins will need to be installed in the engine block. Failure to do so could result in a repeat repair. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 307-01A. Engineering is investigating, monitor OASIS for updates. To assist with the investigation use the Report a Vehicle Concern link at the bottom of the OASIS report and fill out the form. APPLICABLE VEHICLES 2015 – 2018 CAR: DQ CD539N EDGE
  17. Dehcure82

    20” rims and tires SOLD!

    Selling (4) 20" Lexani Wheels Gravity Black with CNC Accents Rims 5x108 bolt pattern center bore 63.4 mm With nitto nt420s 245/45r20 Tires. 2 of the 4 rims have minor curb rash the other 2 perfect. Tires have about 50% thread left. Fits 2015+ edges and other Ford/Lincoln vehicles.
  18. hi there just wanted to introduce my new to me 2016 ford edge sport with 25k miles. I just had it lowered with H&R springs and I am very pleased. Next upgrade will be the stereo not sure when.
  19. Here is some photos of my 2016 edge sport lowered with H&R springs.
  20. One of us (!) left the dashcam on while our Edge sat unused for two weeks. In that amount of time, the battery (less than a year old) drained completely, so completely that the instrument panel wouldn't light, couldn't move the gear shift out of park, etc. Dead dead dead. A jump starter just made the starter solenoid click, wouldn't crank. A long overnight charge resuscitated the battery, everything's worked fine for a few weeks now, EXCEPT: the A/C turns on automatically on engine start about 75% of the time, that's after I've made absolutely certain to turn it off before killing the engine. Is that as weird as it seems to me? Or am I so unaware that it's done it all its life and I just haven't noticed?? Thanks for any help, Jim
  21. Kona11Edge

    For Sale 2011 Ford Edge SEL AWD

    1 owner, non-smoker 3.5L V6 engine Intelligent All Wheel Drive with traction control Kona Blue with charcoal textlile interior 124k miles smooth shifting automatic transmission panoramic sunroof with sun shade factory trailer tow package keyless entry with panic alarm tilt, telescoping steering wheel Microsoft SYNC system with voice commands steering wheel controls cruise control Bluetooth AM/FM Radio Sirius XM Radio (subscription required) CD Player USB, SD and auxiliary inputs rear-view camera parking sensors dual zone climate control child seat LATCH anchor points power folding rear seats Weathertech floor liners, cargo area floor liner front and side airbags heated side mirrors power outlets front, middle and rear Michelin All-Season tires in good condition Full maintenance history included Located in Grand Rapids, MI $10,490
  22. Hi everyone! I'm hoping I can get some help here before having to go spend lots of money at the dealer The voice command button on my steering wheel has recently stopped working. I push it aaaaaaaaaand......nothing. The top part of the button which will redial the last number works fine and all other buttons work. Any ideas? Thanks so much! P.S All software is updated and has been since like August so I don't think it's an update issue.
  23. TSB 17-2271 2.0L/2.3L/2.7L EcoBoost, 5.0L, 5.2L – Engine Oil Pressure (EOP) Sensor Oil Leak 22 December 2017 This bulletin supersedes 15-0183. Reason for update: Missing or Incorrect Applications Model: Ford 2015-2017 Edge 2015-2017 F-150 2015-2017 Mustang 2016-2017 Mustang 2016-2017 Explorer 2017 Escape Lincoln 2017 MKC Summary This article supersedes TSB 15-0183 to update the vehicle list and vehicle model years. Issue: Some 2015-2017 Edge vehicles equipped with a 2.0L/2.7L EcoBoost engine, 2015-2017 F150 vehicles equipped with a 2.7L EcoBoost or 5.0L engine, 2015-2017 Mustang vehicles equipped with a 2.3L EcoBoost, 5.0L engine, 2016-2017 Mustang equipped with a 5.2L engine, 2016-2017 Explorer vehicles equipped with a 2.3L EcoBoost engine or 2017 Escape/MKC vehicles equipped with a 2.0L EcoBoost engine may exhibit an engine oil leak. This may be due to the engine oil pressure (EOP) sensor threads leaking. Action: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. Parts Part Number Description Quantity TA-24-B Motorcraft Thread Sealant with PTFE 1 PM-4-A Motorcraft Metal Brake Parts Cleaner 1 XO-5W20-QSP Motorcraft SAE 5W-20 Premium Synthetic Blend Motor Oil – 5.0L 1 XO-5W30-QSP Motorcraft SAE 5W-30 Premium Synthetic Blend Motor Oil – 2.0L, 2.3L, 2.7L 1 XO-5W50-QGT Motorcraft SAE 5W-50 Full Synthetic Motor Oil – 5.2L 1 Warranty Status: Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage Warranty/ESP coverage limits/policies/prior approvals are not altered by a TSB. Warranty/ESP coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part and verified using the OASIS part coverage tool. Labor Times Description Operation No. Time 2015-2017 Edge 2.0L, Mustang 2.3L/5.0L/5.2L, 2016-2017 Explorer 2.3L: Inspect And Reseal The EOP Includes Time To Clean Area And Check/Correct Engine Oil Level (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 172271A 0.4 2015-2017 F150 2.7L/5.0L, 2017 Escape 2.0L: Inspect And Reseal The EOP Includes Time To Clean Area And Check/Correct Engine Oil Level (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 172271B 0.7 2015-2017 Edge 2.7L: Inspect And Reseal The EOP Includes Time To Clean Area And Check/Correct Engine Oil Level (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 172271C 1.4 2017 MKC 2.0L: Inspect And Reseal The EOP Includes Time To Clean Area And Check/Correct Engine Oil Level (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 172271D 0.5 Repair/Claim Coding Causal Part: 9278 Condition Code: D8 Drive Tool Name 1/4″ Ratchet 1/4″ Torque Wrench 1/4″ 2″ Extension 1/4″ 6″ Extension 1/4″ 7 mm Socket 1/4″ 8 mm Socket 1/4″ 10 mm Socket 1/4″ Power Tool 3/8″ Ratchet 3/8″ Torque Wrench 3/8″ 15 mm Socket 3/8″ 21 mm Socket 3/8″ 3/8″ to 1/2″ Adaptor 3/8″ Torx T-30 Socket 1/2″ Ratchet 1/2″ 27 mm Socket Trim Tool Wire Brush Service Procedure 1. Inspect the EOP sensor. Does the EOP sensor exhibit an oil leak at the sensor threads? (1). Yes – proceed to Step 2. (2). No – this article does not apply. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 303-00. 2. Remove and reseal the EOP sensor, refer to WSM, Section 303-14. Clean the area as necessary. 3. Inspect and set the engine oil level as needed. Refer to WSM, Section 303-01.
  24. Six17Bred

    Push Bumper

    Will the Setina PB450L Push Bumper attach and fit correctly without modifications to the 2008 Ford Edge Limited AWD?
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