2006 Ford Escape Hybrid Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
- I was driving when the master vehicle electrical hazard warning lam came on, I shut down the engine and started it again and a mechanic scanned it for codes and got the following, p0171, p1a06, p1a10, p2195 and p2196 thank you for your time.
- How to replace the front left drive shaft
- Cost: tie rod boots replacement
- What might cause clanking sounds when rolling.
- My Escape Hybrid is making a grinding noise upon acceleration.
2006 Ford Escape Hybrid Problems
An abnormal noise may develop from the transfer case. At this time parts are not available to repair internal damage to this type of transfer case, replacement is the only option. It is not uncommon for irregular tire wear to cause a similar noise. Diagnoses should be performed to confirm the actual cause of the driveline noise. Tire noise can be reduced by rotating the tires at least every 5000 miles.
Hard driving conditions, including quick starts from a stop and hard acceleration up hills, can cause the rear motor mount to crack. The broken motor mount needs to be replaced, otherwise damage to the hybrid drive system may result.
2006 Ford Escape Hybrid Questions
My cousin's husband is a mechanic and seems to think it may be the transfer case. I was wondering the estimated cost of this repair.
I have a Ford Escape Hybrid that is due for a check-up. My warranty has recently expired so I'd like to find a mechanic to take my car to instead of the dealer. Does anyone have a recommendation for a good mechanic in LA that is qualified to work on hybrids? Thanks for your help!
Was wondering how much it is to replace the recharging battery, that makes it the Hybrid.
2006 Ford Escape Hybrid Reviews
Fun vehicle to drive. Has enough acceleration for the small engines. Does what it was designed to do. Would like to see an affordable all electric conversion kit in the future. With gas prices going up in this State as of 1st of 2011, this little 'honey' has become more valuable to me. Headlights are exceptionally bright' brighter than my 2009 Ford Explorer. Not completley cost effective to pur...
My 2006 Escape hybrid just passed 140,000 miles and still purrs like a kitten. I took it to the Ford dealer last month for a complete check-up. They couldn't find a single thing wrong or that needed other than routine service.
if you like paying fomoco for your repairs then this is the vehicle for you as for myself i like doing my own repairs so i know my vehicle when you trust others to do the work it don't get done right