Ford Escape Recalls
The fuel delivery module may crack, resulting in a fuel leak. This would cause a fire hazard.
The door latches of the vehicle may not properly secure the doors in the closed position. If the door is not secure it may open while driving, resulting in possible occupant injury.
The safety feature the stops the closing of a power window when something is in the way of it, like an arm or hand, may malfunction and fail to stop and reverse the direction. This can cause injury.
Wiring to a sensor that provides information to the engine's computer may not be spliced properly. As a result, the engine may hesitate or stall while driving, which could increase risk of a crash.
For vehicles that have had a replacement Ford remanufactured automatic transmission installed, the shift lever bolt may not be properly tightened. This can result in the shift lever disengaging from the transmission, making it impossible to know the proper gear selected, nor put the vehicle into park to secure it.
The engine may continue to run when the key or ignition on and off switch is turned to off.
The instrument panel cluster of instrumentation and warning lights may malfunction and stop working.
The fuel pump can fail prematurely causing the engine to stall.
One or more of the components of the airbag system may not function as expected in the event of a crash.
The cooling system for the hybrid system may fail, resulting in loss of power and stalling of the vehicle.