2009 Ford Escape Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2009 Ford Escape
- We recently had the ignition coil replaced and the check engine just came back on. It's running rough and shaking when stopped. What could be the problem?
- How much can I expect to pay (part + labor) for a "front bank" O2 sensor replacement (roughly)?
- Low Tire Indicator comes on when started.
- my car shakes from the middle of the car back, but feels like the front
- Has anyone found a permanent fix for the light sensors constantly going off?
2009 Ford Escape Problems
The DPFE (differential pressure feedback EGR) sensor tends to fail. The DPFE sensor monitors function of the EGR valve by measuring pressure changes in the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system. Symptoms of a failing DPFE sensor are hesitation or stumbling when driving along with illumination of the Check Engine Light.
The common problem for ignition misfires are ignition coils going bad. Replacement of the bad ignition coil is necessary. These should be fixed as soon as a problem is detected. Otherwise the misfire can cause damage to other components.
2009 Ford Escape Questions
It only occurs at low speeds and I've checked the tire pressure on all tires and they are all good.
2009 Ford Escape Reviews
Bought new and love the vehicle! We have stuffed it to the gills and taken it up mountains to Yellowstone - still plenty of power in the 4cyl and great gas mileage. 80K on it now and beginning to see the start of maint items - it's in for a trans-to-axle seal replacement ($440 - gasp!) and needs new tires this winter.
Bought this as a 'Certified Pre-Owned' with 24k miles, now at 38k. Dealership wanted to sell me new brakes at the 27k oil change, so I asked how I could've worn them out so quickly, when CPO states at least 50% brake life remains, or they change the pads? Dealers are crooks, so I never let them do any work. Bought new pads, when I went to change them, I needed a new tool! They changed the ca...