definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
25,767 miles

About These NHTSA Complaints:

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2014 Ford Edge engine problems

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2014 Ford Edge Owner Comments

problem #3

Oct 042016


  • 21,800 miles


Vehicle abruptly slowed down while going 35-40 mph. Error message on display said see owners manual with the wrench symbol which is a loss to the power train. Vehicle had a rough idle and gas pedal was not responding and I had to be coast to side of road after which it was turned off. After about 3-5 minutes I restarted the vehicle and everything was fine. I was going straight and up a small incline. Vehicle would not go forward and I had to coast backwards down hill.

- Pittsburgh, PA, USA

problem #2

Oct 182015


  • 19,900 miles
Purchased new 2014 Edge in August 2014. Incident occurred on October 18, 2015 at 19,900 miles. On a clear, sunny, Sunday drove from 9:00 am northwest of austin, Texas about 250 miles with several stops along the way to 3:00 pm. Entering galveston, Texas. No problems of any kind along the way. Entering town, driving straight and level along road in clear weather, dry smooth road about 30 mph. Engine suddenly quit - dead. Coasted into (fortunate) parking lot. Noted bright red oil pressure light came on while coasting - other lights also but could not read them due to stressful situation. Checked oil level in parking lot - full and normal. Tried starting engine - started right up with no problem. Started and stopped engine several times - all with no problem. Cautiously continued driving in galveston and returned back to dealership near home. No further problems with engine. Dealership service could find no problem and had no real idea what caused engine to suddenly die while driving. Problem has not repeated - yet.

- Sunrise Beach, TX, USA

problem #1

Aug 272015


  • 35,600 miles
While driving, the speed was around 50mps the vehicle made a notice on the dash that said "low oil pressure". it then at the same moment slowed down from 50 to 0 within about 50 feet and completely lost power steering almost causing a fatal crash with a child in the car. The vehicle is back at the dealership where it was purchased at and has been evaluated for malfunctions. Although the dealership service has not said anything about what happen or what the problem was and I feel extremely uncomfortable even going somewhere with my family knowing this has happen once. I need to have this problem rectified before a fatal crash takes me and my family out. What can we do about getting a recall on this?

- Springfield, MO, USA

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