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Popular Genuine Ford Edge Parts

  • Fog Light Bulb

    Ford Edge
    Fog Light Bulb

  • Shock Absorber

    Ford Edge
    Shock Absorber

  • Instrument Cluster

    Ford Edge
    Instrument Cluster

  • Fuel Tank

    Ford Edge
    Fuel Tank

  • Speedometer

    Ford Edge
    Speedometer

  • Transmission Assembly

    Ford Edge
    Transmission Assembly

  • Steering Wheel

    Ford Edge
    Steering Wheel

  • Timing Chain

    Ford Edge
    Timing Chain

  • Motor And Transmission Mount

    Ford Edge
    Motor And Transmission Mount

  • Body Control Module

    Ford Edge
    Body Control Module

  • Coil Springs

    Ford Edge
    Coil Springs

  • Headlight

    Ford Edge
    Headlight

  • Spark Plug

    Ford Edge
    Spark Plug

  • Shift Cable

    Ford Edge
    Shift Cable

  • Transfer Case

    Ford Edge
    Transfer Case

  • Door Handle

    Ford Edge
    Door Handle

  • Brake Booster

    Ford Edge
    Brake Booster

  • Wheel Cover

    Ford Edge
    Wheel Cover

  • Drive Shaft

    Ford Edge
    Drive Shaft

  • Fuel Pump

    Ford Edge
    Fuel Pump

About Ford Edge

Ford Edge, as a mid-size crossover Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV), has been produced by the great American multinational automaker Ford Motor Company since 2006. Originally introduced in 2006 as a 2007 model, Ford Edge sits in between the compact Escape and the three-row Explorer and competes with Nissan Murano and Subaru Outback. Built based on the Ford CD3 platform through two generations till now, Ford Edge has been recognized one of "Best Cars for Families" by AAA and Parents Magazine, earned "Top Safety Pick" from IIHS, "2007 Urban Truck of the Year" by On Wheels, Inc and J.D. Power and Associates' "APEAL Award".
The first-generation Ford Edge (U387; 2006-2014) made its debut at the 2006 North American International Auto Show as a 2007 model. SE, SEL, Limited and range-topping Sport (debuted at the 2008 Chicago Auto Show) were available trim levels. Back then, Ford Edge was powered by 2.0 L EcoBoost inline 4-cylinder turbocharged, 3.5 L and 3.7 L V6 gasoline engines paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Then the second-generation Ford Edge (2015-present) was unveiled for the 2015 model year. Although trim levels were carried over from the first generation, the 2.0 L EcoBoost turbo-four became the standard engine and the naturally aspirated 3.5 L V6 became optional. 3.7 L V6 engine was replaced by the 2.7 L turbo-V6 engine. Available transmissions are the 6-speed automatic, manual and PowerShift dual-clutch transmissions.

Ford Edge Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Thanks to its roomy interior, long list of amenities and available all-wheel drive, Ford Edge is a solid match for small- and medium-sized families seeking a do-it-all utility vehicle. So, I bet you will be interested in these if you also have one Ford Edge:
First, transmission and suspension failures. I hate to repeat that transmission failure is a common problem on Ford Edge though it will not disable the vehicle, but affects driving experience a lot. A lot of Ford Edge owners complained that transmission revved higher before changing gears or engaged into overdrive late, shifting gears freely is also an issue. You really need to pay more attention to vehicle speed sensor and transfer case seal. As for suspension failure, you need to keep a close eye on trailing arm, axle shaft, sway bar bushing, steering knuckle and wheel bearing in case they fail to cause excess vibration, uneven tire wear, and swerving or nose diving when braking as well as sluggish response in vehicle handling.
Second, braking failure. The working condition of the braking system in your Ford Edge often decides if you could end up safe and sound or not. So, you could be too careful to the braking system as Ford Edge drivers have put forward that as accumulation, the brakes became noisy and it took more time to stop the vehicle, the brake pedal also became difficult to push. If you could find leaking brake fluids and score marks on the rotor as well, then beside the Edge brake disc, brake booster and brake caliper repair kit also should get replacements.
However, there are more ignored but important auto parts in your Ford Edge should be treated well, at least get maintained regularly. First of all, electrical parts are succumbed to fail because of a high frequency of usage. Wiper switch, seat switch and cruise control switch should be taken good care of. Windshield wiper as a vulnerable part but undertaking the responsibility of cleaning debris on the windscreen so that drivers have better visibility should be swapped at least every six to twelve months.
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