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Few issues: Brake Booster, Whine noise, Loss of Evap Pressure.
EdgeOn posted a topic in Recalls, TSBs & WarrantyMy 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.
07 FWD Rear Hub Torque Specs
Robw13 posted a topic in Brakes, Chassis & SuspensionDoes anyone have the Torque Specs for the Rear Wheel Hub Nut on an 2007 FWD Edge? I've gotta replace the pass side wheel hub tomorrow. Also, is the nut a 32mm socket?
FWD - Rear Wheel Hub Bearing Assembly
Robw13 posted a topic in Brakes, Chassis & SuspensionDoes anyone know if there is a decent Aftermarket Rear Wheel Hub Assembly for an 07 Edge FWD? Timken, SKF, Moog ect. ?....
rattling rear passenger wheel
edgejay33 posted a topic in Interior, A.C., Heat, Interior Trimsorry if this was posted somewhere else. anyway there is a rattle when starting off slow. its coming from the rear passenger wheel area. As the car starts out the clunking gets faster and it doesn't stay consistent with the spin of the tires just a gradual rattle. After 40-45 MPH it stops as if centrifugal force causes it to stop. It rattles and clunks when going over bumps and railroad tracks. It's a metallic rattle. I've looked underneath the car and to me it looked fine. The car steers fine and does not vibrate at all. It doesn't rattle in reverse or braking unless you hit a bump. Any help is useful thank you.