2013 Ford Escape Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2013 Ford Escape
- When using AC, it sometimes has a chemical smell that is overwhelming at times.
- how do I remove the cylinder head temperature sensor on the back of the engine
- My mothers car was one that was placed under recall
- Have fuel in oil?
- Got little yellow paint on the edge of the left low side the black part,get off
2013 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.
2013 Ford Escape Questions
This does not happen every time I utilize AC.
Her car was under recall for LOCALIZED OVERHEATING OF THE ENGINE CYLINDER HEAD WHICH MAY CAUSE CRACKS THAT COULD ALLOW OIL TO LEAK. She took it to the place she bought the car and a week later she calls them and they advise her that the engine is now destroyed, due to their own negligence. They a...
Having fuel in oil? Having to change oil alot,dealer will cover oil changes but can't find problem!
2013 Ford Escape Recalls
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.
Programming errors in the software for the restraint control module (RCM) can result in delayed deployment of the side-curtain airbag. Delayed deployment in certain rollover circumstances would increase the rick of personal injury. Dealers will reprogram the RCM to correct this concern.
The recliner mechanism for one or both front seats may have been improperly welded to the seat frame. As a result, the seatback may become loose or lean, increasing the risk of injury in the event of certain types of crashes. Dealers will replace the affected seatbacks to correct this concern.