2012 Ford Edge Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2012 Ford Edge
- After turning off engine, a high pitch tone from engine runs down the battery
- P1783 tranny overtemperature condition fix?
- RUNS FOR ADDITIONAL 10 SECONDS AFTER KEYS REMOVED AND CAR OFF
- RUNS FOR ADDITIONAL 10 SECONDS AFTER KEYS HAVE BEEN REMOVED AND CAR IS OFF.
- Why engine stopped while driving in traffic and lost power when restarted.
2012 Ford Edge Problems
A leaking axle shaft seal and / or PTU cover seal can cause transmission (red) or Power Transfer Unit (PTU) (brown) fluid leaks at the axle area. The axle shaft seal and / or PTU cover seal may be leaking and should be replaced as required.
when shifting from park the vehicle has a loud clunk that can be felt by the driver. Took vehicle to dealer. They replaced two speed sensors. Be warned, they will not fix it if there aren't any trouble codes.
2012 Ford Edge Questions
EVERY TIME I PARK MY CAR AND TURN IT OFF AND TAKE THE KEYS OUT THE ENTIRE CAR IS STILL RUNNING FOR ANOTHER 10 SECONSS AND THEN WILL TURN OFF. WHAT COULD BE CUASING THIS? AND HOW CAN I FIX IT?
After restarting, noticed that engine has lost its' power that hardly could move the vehicle forward. I managed somehow to pull it over to the side of the road, rested it for about 10-15 minutes and started again. This time it's back to normal.
2012 Ford Edge Recalls
In the affected vehicles, the halfshaft retention clip may not have been properly installed. As a result, without prior warning the halfshaft may move outward and disengage from the linkshaft while driving. This would result in loss of engine power to the drive wheels. Dealers will inspect the vehicles to make sure that the halfshaft is properly retained. If it is not, dealers will replace the linkshaft and also replace the halfshaft if it shows evidence of spline damage.
Vehicles equipped with a 2.0L engine are being recalled because a crack may develop in the fuel line pulse damper housing. This could result in a fuel odor, weepage, or a continuous leak while the fuel system is pressurized. Any fuel leak increases the risk of a fire. Dealers will replace the affected fuel line with one that does not include a damper. This recall supersedes NHTSA recall #12V438000. All vehicles repaired under the previous recall need to have the current remedy applied.
Vehicles equipped with 2.0L engines are being recalled because the fuel line pulse damper metal housing may crack as a result of an improper manufacturing process. A cracked fuel line pulse damper housing may result in a combination of fuel odor, weepage, or a continuous leak while the fuel system is pressurized. A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source may result in a fire. Dealers will perform the repairs necessary to correct this concern. The Ford recall number is 12S40.