2013 Ford Escape Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2013 Ford Escape
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2013 Ford Escape ProblemsAbnormal Noise From Driveline
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.
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.
2013 Ford Escape Questionsdoes anyone have a problem with engine sludge and warranty coverage? (2 answers)
my car wouldnt start and i had to have it towed to a ford dealership. they said engine sludge was the problem. tookengine apart. have had car for 2 weeks. fords says we did not maintaian car. I was able to give dealer/sevice 3 receipts for oil change. the last was dec. 17 2014, 3000 miles ago.
At the last oil change 3 weeks ago, the washer fluid was topped off. I was told the fluid they use is for -20 degrees.
This does not happen every time I utilize AC.
2013 Ford Escape RecallsDoor Latches Do Not Secure The Door Closed
The door latches may not secure the doors closed, and could open while driving. Dealers will replace the door latches with improved parts free of charge to resolve the concern.
Wiring splices to the manifold absolute pressure sensor may be faulty and provide improper signals to the engine's processor. This can cause an engine stall or hesitation. Dealers will replace the current crimped splices with new splices free of charge to resolve the concern.
The Restraint Control Module (RCM) is the "brains" behind the airbag system. Portions of the module are coated to help prevent moisture intrusion. The coating can crack and when exposed to humidity the printed circuit board may short circuit. This could cause one or more of the airbag system components not to function as expected in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of personal injury. Replacement parts are currently not available, a second notification letter will be sent when they are and dealers will perform the necessary repairs.