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  1. I'm wondering what all of your general opinions are on this tiny mod--reverting to the round exhaust tips over the odd vertical-trapezoid stock tips on the 2019 Edge ST? This is a "round peg in a trapezoid hole" scenario, but I think it works--I had a very odd and strong aversion to the shape of those stock tips. These replacements are stainless, were 9" length with 2.5" in and 4" out, about $40 for the pair. I believe the actual size of the muffler exit pipes are 2.25, but it appears Ford punched an oval flare die into the exit pipe (not sure why--it's hidden). So to get these to slip on without sawing off the flare, I got the 2.5 size inlet for the new tips, used large channel locks to de-oval the exit pipe flare, and to make the clamp work on the smaller pipe after I'd cleared the flare, I had wrapped several layers of aluminum heat tape around the pipe, and the 2.5 clamp worked perfectly. There are 3 stainless 8mm bolts that hold the stock tips to the bumper (they are not connected to the muffler exit pipes). Two bolts on either side--very easy--but one bolt is on top and very hard to see or reach. I used a flex-extension on a 1/4 drive ratchet and blindly found the hex head and got it out. There is also a plastic sort of mounting bracket, which I thought was a fairly elaborate piece of molded plastic for just holding the stock tips. Anyway, I left that in--some of the torx screws were behind the tow-bar cross-frame, so that ended any thought of removing those. But you can't see them unless you get down real close and look. Plus they're black, and I put tiny strips of black gorilla tape over the now-empty bolt holes and tab-slots, so it doesn't have that "something's missing" look.
  2. So I have the 2019 Edge ST, and the rear molding below the bumper has those odd vertical/trapezoidal exhaust exits. I'd greatly prefer the round tips of the Titanium model. Does anyone know if that molding piece and the chrome tips from the Titanium are a direct fit with the rest of the bumper on the ST so that it's a simple remove/replace? Thanks, --Jim
  3. Here is a sound clip of my Borla exhaust inside and outside with start up, a quick up to 35 mph and a short bit on the highway 65 mph with cruise control on. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hHxpKD_BQm7jiZQ3Br79KN9G4KeAotUx/view?usp=sharing
  4. SSM 47339 – 2017-2018 Edge/MKX – 3.5L/3.7L – Illuminated Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) -Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P013C Some 2017-2018 Edge vehicles with 3.5L engines and MKX vehicles with 3.7L engines may exhibit an illuminated MIL with DTC P013C in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to an exhaust system leak. Exhaust leak inspection should be conducted before performing Powertrain Control/Emissions Diagnostics PC/ED Manual diagnostic routines. Inspect for carbon soot/moisture witness marks at all exhaust connections and catalyst monitor sensor (CMS) threads. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 303-14C. Inspect CMS crush washer to confirm sensor is fully seated in the exhaust pipe. Apply soapy water to exhaust connections including CMS threads, while exhaust flow is restricted at the tailpipe and exhaust system is pressurized at 5 PSI (do not exceed 5 PSI), will increase ability to identify and confirm leaks. APPLICABLE VEHICLES 2017 – 2018 CAR: DQ CD539N EDGE 2017 – 2018 CAR: D9 U540N MKX
  5. TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN 2.7L/3.0L – Oil Consumption With DTC P0524 And/Or P06DD, Rough Idle, Misfire And/Or White Or Blue Exhaust Smoke – Built On 1-Apr-2016 And Through 1-Jan-2017 17-2235 17 November 2017 Model: Ford 2016-2017 Edge Lincoln 2016-2017 MKX 2017 Continental 2017 Fusion 2017 MKZ Issue: Some 2016-2017 Edge/MKX, 2017 Continental, and 2017 Fusion/MKZ vehicles equipped with a 2.7L or 3.0L gasoline turbocharged direct injection (GTDI) engine and built on 1-Apr-2016 and through 1-Jan-2017 may exhibit white or blue smoke from the exhaust, rough idle in neutral or park at normal operating temperature or after a hot restart. The vehicle may also exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0305, P0306 and/or P0316, P0524 and/or P06DD with excessive oil consumption. Oil consumption may be 1 Liter (1 quart) in less than 4,800 km (3,000 miles). Action: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. Parts Part Number Description Quantity FT4Z-6006-B 2.7L Engine Assembly 1 GB8Z-6006-A 3.0L Engine Assembly 1 FT4Z-6049-E 2.7L Cylinder Head Assembly 1 FT4Z-6049-F 2.7L Cylinder Head Assembly 1 FL3Z-6079-D 2.7L Cylinder Head Gasket Kit 1 GB8Z-6079-A 3.0L Cylinder Head Gasket Kit 1 FT4Z-6675-C Engine Oil Pan Assembly, 2.7L and 3.0L 1 FT4Z-6731-A Filter Engine Oil Assembly 1 W712961-S442 Steering Shaft Bolt 1 W712503-S440 Sway Bar Mount Nut 2 W714265-S442 Catalytic Converter Nut 1 BL3Z-9450-A Catalytic Converter Gasket 2 F2GZ-4682-A Driveshaft to PTU Bolt and Washer Assembly 3 W790063-S900 Driveshaft to RDU Bolt and Washer Assembly 1 W712154-S439 Center Bearing Bolts 1 W715295-S439 Strut to Knuckle Bolt (package of 4) 1 W520216-S440 Strut to Knuckle Nut (package of 4) 1 W717674-S439 Engine Mount And Bracket Bolt (package of 2) 1 W712334-S442 Engine Mount And Bracket Nut (package of 4) 1 W710807-S442 Engine Mount and Bracket Nut 1 W716779-S439 Transmission Mount Bolt (package of 4) 1 FT4Z-6A340-A Crank Pulley Bolt 1 FT4Z-9J323-A High Pressure Fuel Rail 1 CP9Z-6279-C Variable Camshaft Timing Bolt 1 W716383-S437 Turbo Mounting Stud 1 FT4Z-9J323-B High Pressure Fuel Rail 1 W520215-S440 Outer Tie Rod End Nut 1 CCPZ-3B477-B Wheel Hub Nut 1 W500545-S439 Ball Joint Pinch Bolt 1 W520214-S440 Ball Joint Pinch Bolt Nut 1 4S4Z-3N324-AA Halfshaft Retaining Strap 1 W520102-S442 Halfshaft Retaining Strap Nut (package of 2) 1 W715618-S437 Torque Converter Nut 2 9L8Z-6G004-F Cylinder Head Temp Sensor Assembly 1 CYFS-092-YPT Spark Plug SP542 6 CU7Z-19B508-A Flange Sealant 1 VC-3-B Motorcraft® Orange Concentrated Antifreeze/Coolant 1 XO-5W30-QSP Motorcraft® SAE 5W-30 Premium Synthetic Blend Motor 1 ZC-30-A Motorcraft® Silicone Gasket Remover 1 PM-4-A Motorcraft® Metal Brake Parts Cleaner 1 ZC-31-B Motorcraft® Metal Surface Prep Wipes 1 TA-357 Motorcraft® High Performance Engine RTV Silicone 1 TA-24-B Motorcraft® Thread Sealant With PTFE 1 ZC-37-A Motorcraft® Wheel And Tire Cleaner 1 XL-2 Motorcraft® High Temperature Nickel Anti-Seize Lubricant 1 W716457-S439 Subframe Bolt (package of 4) 1 7T4Z-1177-C Right Side Intermediate Shaft Seal Kit (FWD) 1 F2GZ-7H469-B Right Side Intermediate Shaft Seal Kit (AWD) 1 9W7Z-19B596-A A/C O-ring Kit 1 DS7Z-19B596-A A/C O-ring Kit 1 BL3Z-9C995-A Fuel Injector Clip With O-ring 6 BL3Z-9229-C Fuel Injector O-ring Kit 2 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 2017 MKZ FWD 3.0L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace The Long Block Engine Assembly (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235A 15.1 2017 MKZ AWD 3.0L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace The Long Block Engine Assembly (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235B 15.6 2017 MKZ AWD 3.0L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace Both Cylinder Head Assemblies (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235C 20.5 2017 MKZ FWD 3.0L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace Both Cylinder Head Assemblies (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235D 20.3 2016-2017 MKX/Edge AWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace The Long Block Engine Assembly (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S And T) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235E 15.7 2016-2017 MKX/Edge AWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace Replace Both Cylinder Head Assemblies (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S And T) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235F 21 2016-2017 MKX/Edge FWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace The Long Block Engine Assembly (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S And T) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235G 15.3 2016-2017 MKX/Edge FWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace The Cylinder Head Assemblies (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S And T) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235H 20.9 2017 Fusion AWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace The Long Block Engine Assembly (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235J 15.1 2017 Fusion AWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace Both Cylinder Head Assemblies (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235K 20.1 2017 Continental FWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace The Long Block Engine Assembly (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235L 14.3 2017 Continental AWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace The Long Block Engine Assembly (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235M 15 2017 Continental AWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace Both Cylinder Head Assemblies (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235N 19.9 2017 Continental FWD 2.7L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace Both Cylinder Head Assemblies (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235O 19.6 2017 Continental AWD 3.0L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace The Long Block Engine Assembly (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235P 15.5 2017 Continental AWD 3.0L GTDI: Diagnose And Replace Both Cylinder Head Assemblies (Can Be Claimed With Operations R Or S) (Do Not Use With Any Labor Operations Outside Of This Article) 172235Q 20.3 Additional Time To Check And Correct Toe Vehicles Without Lane Departure. 172235R 0.6 Additional Time To Check And Correct Toe Vehicles With Lane Departure. 172235S 0.8 2016-2017 MKX: Additional Time When 360 Degree Camera Alignment Is Necessary. 172235T 0.5 Repair/Claim Coding Causal Part: 6049 Condition Code: 42 Drive Tool 1/4″ 6 mm Deep Well Socket 1/4″ 7 mm Deep Well Socket 1/4″ 8 mm Deep Well Socket 1/4″ 10 mm Deep Well Socket 1/4″ 11 mm Deep Well Socket 1/4″ 13 mm Deep Well Socket 1/4″ 15 mm Deep Well Socket 1/4″ 5 mm Short Socket 1/4″ 10 mm Flex Socket 1/4″ 10 mm Mid Length Socket 1/4″ 13 mm Mid Length Socket 1/4″ 15 mm Mid Length Socket 1/4″ 1.5″ Extension 1/4″ 2″ Extension 1/4″ 4″ Extension 1/4″ 6″ Extension 1/4″ 11″ Extension 1/4″ 14″ Extension 1/4″ Long Handle Ratchet 1/4″ Air Ratchet 1/4″ Torque Wrench 3/8″ 8 mm Deep Well Socket 3/8″ 10 mm Deep Well Socket 3/8″ 11 mm Deep Well Socket 3/8″ 13 mm Deep Well Socket 3/8″ 15 mm Deep Well Socket 3/8″ 2″ Extension 3/8″ 4″ Extension 3/8″ 6″ Extension 3/8″ 11″ Extension 3/8″ 14″ Extension 3/8″ Long Handle Ratchet 3/8″ 6 mm Allen Socket 3/8″ Air Ratchet 3/8″ 17 mm Crows Foot 3/8″ 15 mm 12-Point Deep Well Socket 3/8″ E8 Torx Socket 1/2″ 13 mm Deep Well Impact Socket 1/2″ 15 mm Deep Well Impact Socket 1/2″ 18 mm Deep Well Impact Socket 1/2″ 21 mm Deep Well Impact Socket 1/2″ 32 mm Deep Well Impact Socket 1/2″ 24 mm Short Socket 1/2″ Long Handle Ratchet 1/2″ Impact Wrench 1/2″ Torque Wrench 1/2″ Long Breaker Bar 10 mm Combination Wrench 13 mm Combination Wrench 15 mm Combination Wrench 17 mm Combination Wrench 18 mm Combination Wrench 19 mm Combination Wrench 7 mm Ratchet Wrench 8 mm Ratchet Wrench 10 mm Ratchet Wrench 13 mm Ratchet Wrench 15 mm Ratchet Wrench 18 mm Ratchet Wrench Small Trim Tool Large Trim Tool Hose Clamp Pliers Pliers Long Pry Bar 17″ Punch 20 Ounce Hammer Steering Wheel Tool Magnet Bungee Cords Seal Pick Marker 2″ Roloc Disc 1/2″ Drill Plastic Scraper Air Blow Gun Phillips Screwdriver Engine Spreader Bar 303-1246 Lift Eyes 313-1634 Torque Converter Retainer 307-346 Disconnect Tool 307-569 Installer Halfshaft 204-161 Front Wheel Hub Remover 205D070 Service Procedure 1. Check the vehicle build date. Was the vehicle built on 1-Apr-2016 and through 1-Jan-2017? (1). Yes – proceed to Step 2. (2). No – this article does not apply. Refer to the Powertrain Controls/Emissions Diagnosis (PC/ED) manual for normal diagnostics. 2. Connect the Ford Integrated Diagnostic System (IDS) or Ford J2534 Diagnostic Software (FJDS) to the data link connector (DLC) and check for DTCs. Are DTCs P0524 and/or P06DD stored in the powertrain control module (PCM) memory? (1). Yes – continue to Step 3. (2). No – replace the cylinder heads. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 303-01. The repair is complete. 3. Check the engine oil level on the engine oil level indicator. Refer to WSM, Section 303-01. Is the oil level within the minimum and maximum marks on the indicator? (1). Yes – proceed to Step 4. (2). No – add engine oil as needed to achieve the correct oil level on the indicator. Proceed to Step 4. 4. Run the engine until it reaches normal operating temperature. Using IDS or FJDS monitor the engine oil pressure. Refer to WSM, Section 303-01. Is the oil pressure within specification? (1). Yes – replace the cylinder heads. Refer to WSM, Section 303-01. (2). No – replace the long block engine assembly. Refer to WSM, Section 303-01. Prior approval and cost cap must be completed as required; however, follow the diagnostics repair procedure in this article to determine correct repair.
  6. Hello, I ended up driving through a flooded viaduct and after coming out on the other side, I heard what sounded like a hole in the muffler. Next day, I took it to a muffler shop and they told me/showed me that the flex pipe needed to be replaced and I approved. After getting the car back, I ran an errand and throttled up to 45-50 mph when the Check Engine link began to flash/blink. I put it in neutral and pulled off the road to check. Engine sounded fine. Oil was full. No abnormal smells, vibrations, etc. Car sounded fine and the light went off so I went on my way. This morning the light came on again after passing a car at roughly 40-45mph. This time the car was somewhat hesitant to accelerate and the engine felt sluggish. After 45 seconds, the condition went away and the car experienced no further issues. My question is would the exhaust repair trigger some type of code to cause the light to come on? Is there a sensor in between the flex pipe repair that the mechanic could have possibly forgot to reconnect? Could an incorrect repair set the light off? Or could this be just a coincidence of two separate issues occuring at the same time? BTW, I have a dealer appt tomorrow to get a scan. Any thoughts/recommendations would be highly appreciated. Car details - 2011 Ford Edge Ltd. AWD, 3.5L w/approx 88k miles. Daily driver.
  7. I bought a new 2016 Ford Edge Sport in August 2016. Since day one, an odd smell enters the cabin during hard acceleration out of the AC vents. I have to open the windows to vent out as the smell is so bad sometimes. I took to dealer with the problem. They put a disinfectant through the AC system. But that did not work. I just had it back to the dealer. Apparently, this is normal. They said when under heavy acceleration, PCM shuts AC compressor off to remove the load from the engine to allow for needed power from engine, recirc door moves to fresh air mode until gas pedal is released. If anyone else having this problem, hopefully this helps. Update: October 22, 2017 Still experiencing exhaust smell in cabin during hard acceleration, so bad at times, I need to open all windows to vent out. Did a search yesterday to see if I could find anything new about this issue. Check out this link. Im taking my 2016 Ford Edge back to Dealer tomorrow. https://ford.oemdtc.com/3015/exhaust-odor-in-the-vehicle-2015-2017-ford-edge-2016-2017-lincoln-mkx
  8. Selling my stock cat back exhaust system off of my 2010 Ford Edge Limited AWD. I purchased the Magnaflow system so no longer need the stock one. No leaks or cracks, in good condition. Has approximately 60,000 miles on it. Preferably a local pick up since shipping would be a concern. It's all in one piece. $150 or make offer. Located in La Crosse,WI, can travel a little ways if needed. Call or text 608-780-6745 thanks, Ryan
  9. Hey folks! I know this topic has been raised now and then, here & there. I hope to consolidate the interest in one place, in this thread. I am working through people on another site to help make this happen, and will need volunteers/guinea pigs for test & fitment. Please add a post with a list of aftermarket mods you would like to see available for your Edge/MKX, along with the type of vehicle you have. Additional options for the Ecoboost crowd. I will get this started: 2007 Edge SEL - 3.5L AWD Downpipes with high flow cats (and without for no-testing states) Coilovers Tuner Catback Exhaust System Cold Air Intake Kit Stabilizer Bar for front/rear (tuned to the vehicle)
  10. Just picked up my car from getting magna flow exhaust installed and was worried due to videos making it sound just like stock.. took it around the block and low rpm sounds good and its a lot deeper and decently louder then stock.. not a race car loud but close to a fx35 just little louder.. but i love how it came out looks\sounds great. -Cruz
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    GEN 2 EXHAUST

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    Ford Edge Generation 2 Exhaust

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    GEN 1 EXHAUST

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    Ford Edge Generation 1 Exhaust

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    Exhaust tips 3

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    Exhaust tips 1

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  16. Does anyone still have the stock exhaust system for the 2011 edge sport 3.7? I want to go back to stock without paying an arm and leg at ford. Please PM me. Thanks, Dave
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