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CarComplaints.com Notes: A frustrating electrical issue is causing an ever-present â€œdoor ajarâ€ warning light for 2011-2013 Ford Edge owners. Even with the doors latched shut, faulty sensors convince the vehicleâ€™s computer they arenâ€™t. With no way to override the system, owners have no choice but to stare at the warning light, listen to the warning chimes when the car is stopped, and deal with interior lights that wonâ€™t shut off.
- Typical Repair Cost:
- Average Mileage:
- 96,500 miles
- Total Complaints:
- 4 complaints
Most Common Solutions:
- not sure (2 reports)
- put in new brake lines (1 reports)
- replace hcu, flush and replace dot3 brake fluid with dot4 (1 reports)
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A D V E R T I S E M E N T S
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Ok Now going on for nearly a year. Ford has failed to fix the Brakes Correctly on our Ford Edge. We have now 5400 dollars spent on this and Ford refuses to work on car anymore and has not fixed the problem and will not refund our money for a car that is dangerous to drive. The have replaced HCU unit twice , antilock unit once, brake lines once, pads and rotors twice . We have had 3 sets of pads and rotors on vehicle in 3400 miles. This is because the HCU unit will not release brakes and keeps frying the pads and rotors.
I still believe Ford has put in faulty HCU units from the factory.
Now Ford refuses to work on car and refuses to refund money for brake job/jobs that has never fixed the problem.
Update from May 16, 2023: Charged me for unauthorized repair of replacing brake line hoses
- ford brake problem, Macomb, IL, United States