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Hello,

New to this forum, so I apologize if I am posting in the wrong spot.  My 2019 Edge all of a sudden is loud upon start up and vibrating while moving slowly (forward and reverse).  When brake is completely pressed or in drive it doesn't vibrate.  When I take my foot off the gas or brake, it starts up again. 

Mechanic could not figure it out.  Anyone seen this before?

Thank you!

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Based on your description, it almost sounds like someone stold your catalytic converter.

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23 hours ago, ralepine said:

Mechanic could not figure it out. 

What mechanic is this, qualified, independent service shop, dealership, ......?

 

Your description isn't clear, so doubt anyone here will be able to diagnose it.

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This was an independent shop.  They said my transmission fluid was black, which they replaced.  Sound is the same as when we brought it in.  5 hours of labor charged.

My description is exactly what I am experiencing.

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I suggest that you do a search for an independent service shop in your area that has good online reviews, or take it to a dealership.

 

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My 2019 Edge all of a sudden is loud upon start up and vibrating while moving slowly (forward and reverse).

On start up, in Park, and standing still you say its loud - have someone start it while you listen to the engine with the hood open - post a video clip of the noise and vibration.

 

Is it the engine vibrating, or the whole vehicle?

 

 

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Thank you all for your suggestions.  The powertrain is still under warranty.  Making an appointment with the dealer.  I'll post here when I find out the diagnosis.

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Dealer under warranty should have been your first stop.

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Had the same situation; replaced both upped engine mounts and "dog bone" resolved the vibration issue as ralepine described. 

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1 hour ago, dfreeman332 said:

Had the same situation; replaced both upped engine mounts and "dog bone" resolved the vibration issue as ralepine described. 

Did you go OEM or aftermarket?

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18 minutes ago, dfreeman332 said:

I went OEM for all mounts

How many miles did you have? What year? 

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the first time I had the issue was in 2019 on my 2011 Edge with 120,000 the second time was on my friends 2017 Edge in 2020 with 47,000 miles 

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12 hours ago, dfreeman332 said:

the first time I had the issue was in 2019 on my 2011 Edge with 120,000 the second time was on my friends 2017 Edge in 2020 with 47,000 miles 

Ok. Thank you for the info - will pay lookout for this down the road. 

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