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  1. strike2tamu

    Front emblem removal with pics

    Here is how I removed the front emblem on my wifes 2011 Ford Edge SEL. First remove the (2) 10mm screws and 4 clips located on the top of the shroud. Marked with red circles are the things that need to be removed. Then gently pull back the shroud in the direction of the yellow arrows, do not go to far, just enough to get you hand in the hole in the center. You are reaching in and unclipping the three points on the trim piece that actually holds the emblem in place. They are circled in red in the picture below. (You can probay just use a 10mm socket and take the two nuts of the emblem, I didnt try this because it was much easier to just push the tabs down and unclip it) After you have removed the emblem and trim (if thats the way you did it) you simply unbolt the emblem from the trim using a 10mm socket. The rest I am sure you can figure out, to replace just reverse the order of course. Pics below.
  2. Hello Everyone, I'm trying to get the rear seat (split 60/40, not heated) out of my 2007 Ford Edge SEL. I'm trying to vacuum up the dog hair! I'm also thinking of replacing the whole carpet (there is some heavy wear and water damage up front). The front seats are easy. The rear look like it's about 6 or 7 nuts on studs welded to the floor, but they are obscured and difficult to reach. How does the back seat come out? Does the seat cushion come up and out to provide access to the nuts/studs? Does anyone have a tech doc on it? Thanks! Dave O.
  3. A short video to show you why you should change this filter often. Changing it will make the air cleaner and allow more flow when using your Heating or AC.
  4. Video addressing how to remove and then install after market Moog sway bar links on a 2011 Ford Edge limited FWD with 131,000 miles.
  5. Hi everyone, Just competed a small job of refinishing my 2007 Edge fog light bezels. They got really worn after over 130,000 km, and I decided to give them a new look. I found very little information about how to remove the bezels, so I had to work it out myself. So here is a very simple way to snap out the bezels with no tools at all: I took the picture after I replaced the refinished bezel, so it's black, not chrome. Note the yellow circles in the picture above - they mark the places where two protruding tabs on the back of the bezel hold it in place. There are no such tabs on the opposite side of the bezel. Now all you need to remove the bezel is strong fingers. Press on the bumper as show by the red arrow. You'll have to press very hard. No worries - bumper plastic is rigid though flexible, there's no chance of breaking it this way. If you press really hard, you'll make the gap wide enough to grab the edge of the bezel (marked green on the picture) with your bare fingers. Be careful not to release the pressure until you pry out the bezel or withdraw the fingers from the gap, or it'll squeeze really hard. Having grabbed the edge of the bezel, just jerk that side out towards you, and you're done. Here's a closeup of how it looked before: And here's how it looks now: Refinish was very simple: just light sanding with dremel to smooth out the dents, washing and cleaning the surface, then applying 4 coats of black plasti dip.
  6. I know a lot of you have done this on the forum already, but those of you that haven't, here's a quick run through of my process of removal and cover up. The license plate bracket is held in by two rivets, so it's not a simple unscrew method. I started with a small drill bit and drilled through the front of the rivet, progressively moving up in size until I actually blew threw it. You'll feel it when this happens, you'll also start spinning the rivet. Once I went through them both, I was able to pull the bracket off the bumper with little effort. You will find that the holes might be a little jagged. I took a stepped drill bit and made the holes smooth, sorry I don't have an image of this. Once the holes were prepped, I picked up a couple plugs at my local O'Rielly Auto Parts store. The final diameter of my holes were 5/16. http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/detail/DORN/464340BP.oap?ck=Search_464340bp_-1_-1&keyword=464340bp Here's the final product. I'm thinking about paint matching them with a bit of clear coat but for now this will work. The girlfriend was nervous when I was drilling into her brand new car. She's happy now.
  7. 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.