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All of a sudden when I turned my 2014 ford edge sel on I immediately got the service advancetrac warning, wrench light, check engine light, and traction control lights. At first when I pressed the gas pedal it would accelerate very weakly and delayed, got out of my drive way turned around and parked, turned car off and when I turned it back on there was absolutely no response from the gas pedal and it idled very roughly like it wanted to die but saves itself, pressing either pedal would 8 out of 10 times result in the car dying and displaying the warning “low engine oil pressure” hooked scanner to it and it showed faults in a lot of things but the important things being pcm, abs, and throttle body. Replaced the throttle body and then the pedal sensor faulted, replaced the pedal and the car started idling normal without dying and regained a tiny bit of pedal response but not much and all the lights still on. Battery won’t stay charged and has to be jumped every time. Checked every sensor to make sure none are loose, fuses are good, wires seem okay. I’m completely lost and so Is everyone I’ve asked, anyone have any ideas?
gribfib posted a topic in Brakes, Chassis & SuspensionMy 2011 Edge is experiencing a problem that the dealer hasn't yet been able to diagnose. Several times in recent weeks, including 3 times in one day this past Monday, the following occurs: 1. Driving normally, anywhere from a few miles an hour to 45-50 MPH (it hasn't happened at highway speeds yet), I'll hear/feel a THUMP from the pedal area, the wrench light will come on, and 2. Immediately, the gas pedal becomes completely non-functional. It moves freely, very loose, and no longer controls throttle. Useless. 3. I turn on the emergency blinkers, and slow down/pull to the side of the road. However, when we get down to 5-6 MPH or so, the brake pedal locks about 98% - freezes in place, essentially, and I have to practically stand on it to get the car to come to a complete stop. 4. I'll turn of the engine, wait a minute, then start it up again. It struggles for a few moments to start up, but when it does the wrench light is gone and everything is working again. It •feels• like there's a bit of a drag on the car when it's coasting, but I'll grant that that may be me being oversensitive to the car's performance after one of these events. This has happened a total of 5 times in the past 3 weeks or so. It's disturbing, obviously, as is the fact that the dealer says they can't do much if they can't recreate the problem - which is a craps shoot, given that a week can go by between incidents. Help? Thanks, J.