really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
12,295 miles

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2014 Ford Edge miscellaneous problems

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2014 Ford Edge Owner Comments

problem #11

Dec 122016


  • 40,250 miles


Carbon monoxide coming through heater system into the cab of the vehicle

- Kent, WA, USA

problem #10

Jun 132015


  • 10,000 miles
My wife and I stopped for lunch, and parked on a city street. (85 I remember looking at my phone when I stopped and shut off the car using the push button on the dash. We walked to the food stand and someone tapped me on the shoulder to inform me that my car rolled down the street. I attached a picture below. I crawled to the driver side through the passenger door. The car came to a stop by hitting a small tree, and just missed a large tree. I was also informed that the car rolled slow enough the cars and people were able to avoid contact. There was a crowd, but thankfully no one called the police. The car only had a small scratch on the bumper. I also remember a bing..bing..bing noise when we exited the vehicle prior to it rolling away. It made the same noise then I leave my headlights on, but they auto shut-off in the past. You may have figured out that I forgot to put the car in park. Yes I made an error, but Ford could have the car make a loud noise if the driver door is opened before or after the engine is shut off and the car is not in park. I am a 29 year emt, and I can assure you that safety is always on my mind, but just not on this day. I am 63 years old, and all my previous cars were unable to remove the keys if the car was not in park. So it's all about the push button start/stop button. Thanks for reading, and maybe you can suggest a fix to Ford.

- Horicon, WI, USA

problem #9

Aug 092016


  • 13,000 miles
Car hesitates 4 or 5 seconds when going from reverse to drive when increasing speed on highway to change lanes or after coasting then try to accelerate Ford says tough live with it tried several times to have it repaired they say cant be done

- Tampa, FL, USA

problem #8

Nov 012014


  • miles


When you accelerate to pass or enter a freeway you get strong exhaust fumes inside the car.so strong you have to put the windows down to clear them out. Have had this vehicle back to dealership 4 times for this problem. They have done what Ford said do and that did not solve the problem. Ford said " well don't accelerate hard." Tell me how you can get on a busy freeway in houston, Texas without accelerating hard. This has convinced me that Ford does not care about consumers, so I will never purchase another Ford.

- Mont Belvieu, TX, USA

problem #7

Jul 052016


  • 31,000 miles
Smell exhaust gas inside the car while driving on highway

- Scotts Valley, CA, USA

problem #6

Dec 012015


  • miles
Issue started late last year, door ajar warning light/audio warning comes on even though the door is completely closed. Doesn't allow the door to lock while driving and the audio warner consistently comes on during the drive. The warning comes on immediately once the car is started and the warning continues when the car comes to a stop and when it begins to accelerate. We've taken the car while it was under warrantly to have the problem addressed. The dealer looked at it and communicated that they've had this issue before. The problem was resolved but now it's back again after maybe 4 months.

- Buena Park, CA, USA

problem #5

Mar 242016


  • 23,400 miles


Rear hatch window burst.

- Winnebago, IL, USA

problem #4

Nov 012015


  • miles
My horn does not work neither on the collium or when I lock the doors with remote to alert me that it is locked.

- Grace, ID, USA

problem #3

Apr 032015


  • 3,000 miles
While driving the vehicle on the highway between 65 and 75 mph, strong exhaust smell in the cabin, through ac vents. This happens also upon acceleration. This happens on long road trips. This carbon monoxide inside the vehicle. Have taken vehicle to the dealership three times and they are not able to fix the problem. The first time was shortly after purchase of the vehicle. It has happened a total nine times so far. First time we went to dealership, they stated the had just got a technical service bulletin about this issue. No notification to consumers. As everyone knows, no notification to consumers if not a recall. Ford knows about this problem and we feel that they are ignoring the obvious. It's pass due for an investigation. We have started the necessary protocol for a repurchase. We do not want to drive a vehicle that is toxic to our health.

- Aiken, SC, USA

problem #2

Jul 222015


  • 9,000 miles
This problem has been confirmed to exist in both a 2011 and a 2014 Ford Edge. With a passenger weighting 72-75 lbs in the front passenger seat, the air bag turns on and off depending on how the passenger is sitting on the seat. This same passenger has traveled almost 50,000 miles in a 2011 mustang which has a similar sensor system and has never had the air bag turn on. We are able to reproduce this problem at will. This information suggests a problem in the Ford Edge with the software that monitors the front passenger seat sensors and determines when to turn on the front passenger air bag. This was reported to Ford on 07/22 and we checked on it on 09/23 and there was no update, indicating that they have not taken any action on this.

- North Liberty, IA, USA

problem #1

Jul 042015


  • 5,600 miles
I was driving down I-25 with my spouse doing apprx. 75mph when my sunroof exploded. We are fortunate no one was injured. Glass did fall on my head as I was taking it to the dealership. Ford refuses to cover it under warranty even though the dealership states it exploded from the inside. Ford does not know what caused the problem but just states it is not covered under warranty. If the covering was opened someone would have been seriously injured. This is a huge safety concern and has happened to several vehicles but Ford refuses to do a recall. It is going to take someone getting seriously injured before Ford recognizes the problem as a manufacturer defect.

- Thornton, CO, USA

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