Last post on Nov 27, 2012 at 6:18 PM
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Ford Escape, SUV
#69 of 74 Re: 2012 Ford Escape problem [wwest]
Nov 01, 2012 (9:19 am)
I've driven the CR-V for over 10,000 miles now and not once has it exhibited any type of shift hesitation. The Escape had a shift hesistation every single day, first thing in the morning.
#70 of 74 Re: 2012 Ford Escape problem [mccomajl]
Nov 01, 2012 (9:24 am)
Oh, sorry that one is the result of the ATF volume being too low when cold, satisfactory volume once warmed. Penny-pinchers, again, but with a bit of FE (weight) thrown in.
#72 of 74 2011 Ford Escape fan module
Nov 05, 2012 (10:36 am)
that control the speed of the heater fan. #1, #2 do not work
dealership is aware of this problem. Mine is out of warranty, naturally.
The part is $40..
tried youtube, no help.
Its starting to get cold here.
#73 of 74 Re: 2012 Ford Escape problem [mccomajl]
Nov 09, 2012 (6:37 pm)
post it on facebook, plus write to Ford. I am having a blower switch problem.
and its not uncommon..#1, #2 on the dial does not work. but #3,4 work nicely.
fortunately its easy to remedy, with a screw driving. Check you tube.
#74 of 74 its the little things
Nov 27, 2012 (6:18 pm)
that make this suv a pain where I should not have them. Tranny problems (software, solenoid), heater blower switch solenoid went (easy repair, but naturally out of warranty), now the hinge that holds the visor is loose, new part $20. Never had this many problem when I ran GM Montana (100,000 miles) no worries. The dealership in Watford was great.