Recall Alert: 2012-13 Ford Edge

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Vehicles Affected: Approximately 27,933 model-year 2012-13 Ford Edge crossovers equipped with 2.0-liter engines; only vehicles manufactured between Sept. 2, 2010, through April 25, 2013.

The Problem: Due to faulty manufacturing, a part of the fuel line housing could crack, leading to a possible fuel leak; this poses a fire risk. Ford said that as of November 2013, it is aware of 24 warranty claims related to a fuel leak. There have been no reported accidents, injuries or fires related to the recall, Ford said in a statement.

The Fix: Dealers will inspect and replace the fuel line for free.

What Owners Should Do: Ford will notify owners starting Feb. 28. Owners can call Ford at 866-436-7332 or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at 888-327-4236 for more information.

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Comments 

IBRAHIM ALIYU

AM LEAVING IN NIGERIA AND BOUGHT MY FORD EDGE 2011 HERE, SHOULD I REPORT TO COASCHARIS MOTORS

Don

"What Owners Should Do: Ford will notify owners starting Feb. 28." ?????

Is that a typo? Shouldn't they Begin notifying owners immediately.

Ben

They should do a recall for all the cars with Ford MyTouch - This system is driving me crazyyyyy, freezing all the time stoping to work when ever im trying to use it.
I recently got told by my brother to join a lawsuit against ford - this is the website currentlegalcases com
if you have the same issues do not wait one more second

Shari

This happened to my car in January...it was BAD. Because I had it in before the recall I was without my car for a week. When I got it back it still reeked of gas...they ended up power washing the material in the firewall. It's fine now, except my gas mileage has gone down. Further problems with the electrical now have me very disappointed with my edge. And SYNC, don't even get me started!

Bill

Anyone else experiencing a power steering fluid leak in 2012 Ford Edge. I was told it would cost $1700 to get mine fixed. Naturally I just passed warranty mileage.

Bill Slaughter

I also have had power steering problems with my 2012 Ford Edge. I too was told I have a steering hose leak at 45,000 miles. I have the complete 5 year full service warranty. Still I was charged $100 deductible. I have complain from my first service that the car was hard to steer. When I picked up the car and drove less than 2000 miles the Engine light came on and I still hear a power steering whine, high pitched. I returned the car and was given a rental for 3 days while they worked on both the power steering and red light showing engine problem. I picked up the car on Monday by Saturday of the same week, (one tank of gas the light is back on and the power steering still whines. It's Monday morning and I am waiting at the Dealership while they inspect????? 4/28/2014.

Cam

I have power steering issue as well. Considering the number of folks who experienced this problem and the safety issues it's poses, I'm amazed Ford hasn't issued a recall. More people need to notify Ford customer care of their concerns.

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