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The Ford Edge, a crossover SUV by the Ford Motor Company, is a spacious off-road vehicle, making it a family favorite. Equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission, most models promise smooth acceleration. The ST model, however, boasts of a turbocharged V6 engine and an all-wheel-drive feature. The Edge offers comfortable seating with ample luggage space. The basic SE model is fitted with cloth seats, single-zone manual climate control, AM/FM radio with CD/MP3, and 17-inch painted wheels, while the SEL model offers unique cloth seats, a six-way CD/MP3 player, and optional leather-wrapped steering wheel. Introduced in 2009, the Sport version stands out with its grey suede upholstery and 60/40 split seats. Cargo space is competitive, with the Edge accommodating 29 carry-on bags with rear seats folded down. In 2007, Ford unveiled the Edge concept with HySeries Drive, a hydrogen-powered hybrid electric vehicle. After a global redesign in 2019, the Edge sports a refreshed center console featuring automatic climate control and connectivity options like a power outlet, USB port, and wireless charger. The Edge ST, the highest trim level replacing Sport, powers a twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine. All engines, providing a wide powerband, are coupled with a potent six-speed automatic transmission. With a base output of 245 hp from the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, the Ford Edge offers front-wheel drive as standard and an optional all-wheel drive.

The Ford Edge, a crossover SUV, is subject to diverse road conditions, which can significantly affect its lifespan. Two prevalent issues among Edge owners include transmission failure and problems with the suspension and braking systems. Symptoms of transmission failure often comprise high revs before gear change, late or non-engagement into overdrive, difficulty shifting gears, delayed brake responsiveness, grinding noises, and erratic speedometer readings. These are usually due to a faulty vehicle speed sensor or transfer case seal. Suspension system issues are commonly signaled by uneven tire wear, sluggish or loose steering, and undercarriage noises, often stemming from damaged trailing arms, axle shafts, or sway bar bushings. Brake failures, on the other hand, may involve the brake disc, booster, and caliper kit. Additionally, for safe driving, ensure regular maintenance of the windshield wiper, paying particular attention to the wiper blade and switch to prevent sudden accidents caused by impaired visibility.

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Ford Edge Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do I remove the thermostat and thermostat housing on Ford Edge?
    A: To replace the thermostat and thermostat housing, disconnect the negative battery terminal and drain the cooling system. Remove the engine cover and locate the thermostat housing and detach the lower coolant hose and replace the housing cover if needed. On four-cylinder models, disconnect the heater hose and remove the bracket nuts and thermostat bolts. On 2.7L V6 models, remove the right front engine mount and bracket.
  • Q: How do you remove the water pump on Ford Edge?
    A: Start by disconnecting the negative battery terminal, removing the engine cover, and draining the cooling system. Loosen the water pump pulley bolts and remove the drivebelt. For four-cylinder models, remove the right front wheel and inner fender splash shield. Remove the water pump pulley and bolts. If stuck, tap the water pump gently. Clean the bolt threads and remove corrosion and sealant. For V6 models, remove the pump mounting bolts. For 2.7L engines, remove the right front engine mount and bracket, and the thermostat. Disconnect the coolant hose and remove the water pump mounting bolts. Remove the pump gasket. Compare the new pump to the old one, apply RTV sealant to hold the new gasket, and install the water pump bolts. For 2.7L V6 models, clean the mating surface on the front cover and install a new grommet and O-ring gasket. Install the water pump and tighten the bolts. Refill and bleed the cooling system, then check for leaks.
  • Q: How do you drain the cooling system and clean the expansion tank on Ford Edge?
    A: To drain the cooling system, remove the fasteners securing the coolant reservoir to the fender and disconnect the hoses. Lift the reservoir up to disconnect the hoses and clean it with soapy water and a brush to remove any deposits. Inspect the reservoir for cracks and replace if necessary. Finally, reinstall the reservoir by reversing the removal process.