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  1. I read a number of posts here and spent more painstaking hours than I care to confess trying to get the power straightened out for my recent ROVE R3 dash cam installation. As we all know, that driver's-side dashboard fuse panel is ridiculously difficult to access---but not impossible with tremendous patience and non-stop self-encouragement! Since it seems that Ford mixes things up a bit on the fuse panel each year, I want to share where I ultimately landed---in hopes of alleviating some of the burden for others. So here it is: My "constant power" fuse tap is the 30A "spare" in socket 28. The "ACC" fuse tap is the 10A "Delayed accessory..." in socket 2. I tried quite a number of different combinations before achieving access with this. If you have a 2021, I hope this saves you some effort. Cheers! Archer
  2. Hi guys, on my still new 2019 Ford Edge Titanium (just 5.000 Km) I noticed that a plastic piece of the tailgate panel is missing, seems to be the cover of the handle. Don't know how and when it has come off. Maybe it is because I don't know the exact name of this part, but I'm having trouble finding a replacement on the internet. Any help from forum members would be really appreciated. Thanks, marpa73
  3. On my way from a long trip of seeing family I had problems with the radio and CD button getting stuck in and not coming out. Anyone know why or how to keep them from sticking?
  4. bigman30685

    Cracked Valance Panel

    During a heavy snow, I was driving and a local plow truck pushed about 8 inches of snow in the middle of the street. I didn't have any where to go when I saw it...well it partially cracked off my front valance panel I was able to remove the remains with a lot of hassle. I am not really a DIY'er with cars but looking at the part online, it seems quite easy. Anyone have experience with this? Any tips on repairing it on my own?
  5. Has anyone had any experience with these parts in the rear area of the Edge?. Specifically, I want to remove them from both sides. I used my trim removal tool with quite a bit of force to the point that I was worried that I might break some of the actual panel plastic. I don't care much if I break the actually part because I can just fill the resulting hole with a trim retainer or something. Both of these pieces are rattling like crazy when I listen to music within certain frequency ranges and it then sounds horrible. I am curious if anyone has seen the piece from the back of the panel and if it will eventually pop off with more force or if it has a larger-than-the-hole ring on the back side. I pulled my passengers side rear panel off enough to feel around behind it but I can't quite make out the configuration just by feel. Any help would be greatly appreciated! The photo of the part is attached below. I am talking about the round knob that is farther over to the right of the 12v receptacle and the seat lowering buttons. I guess those things are there for holding part of a roll out cargo cover? Not sure.