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I want to sell/ trade my 2012 Ford Edge Limited. I do not really have any complaints (other than I was talked into a color I did not want but the hubby) it's more car than I need. It is a limited with the vista moon roof, adaptive cruise control, blind spot mirrors, 20 inch rims. I've had it for a year and it only has 9500 miles on it. Do you think selling to a person would be hard/too time consuming? Or is it better to trade it at a dealer with the type of car you want to buy. I've thought about carmax but if they do not have a car I want then I really do not see the advantage. It's kind of depressing to see what the value of your car is on the Internet. Seems that all the bells and whistles are not always the best way to go. We normally keep our car for a long time so I guess I was not expecting the value to drop so much. Any opinions/suggestions/whatever is welcome.
Good evening everyone. I have a 2008 3.5 AWD Ford Edge that recently crossed over the 100,000 mile mark. Recently i did a bit of service on it to include the following. Replaced the original waterpump for a ford original part. Replaced the oil with penzoil full synthethic after two engine flushes ( with a k&n filter after ) Drained and filled the tranny fluid with spec fluid ( 11 bottles of fluid ) Replaced the spark plugs to the .54 spec. ( All six plugs ) Put half a bottle of seafoam in the with the motor oil. ( Was this a good idea? ) Put in one bottle of seafoam in with the gas tank before a fill up. Also did a power steering fluid drain and refill. My question / issue that I have is Whenever I go to accelerate it starts to pull or "jerk" while its shifting. I cant really do any hard acceleration or quick take offs. If I dont do anything but a normal from a complete stop then I have this issue again and again. What could be the cause of this issue? What can I do to resolve it? I know this is very vague but Im not quite sure how to explain it and I hope that someone out there can help me?