I've got a 2020 SE 3 cylinder turbo. I've gotten here vial Mustang Convertibles and a Focus ST. I'm too old to work a clutch and need space for 2 car seats.
My Focus ST could have a programmer that would display multiple parameters in addition to reprogramming the computer.
I don't want to mess with programs, but is there anything that can give me boost and possibly the auto gear?
Thanks in Advance
I also have rear fender rust starting on my 07 Escape. Have been hunting for bolt on fender flairs with no luck. Anyone who can point me toward a web site that has then, would be truly appreciated. Thanks.
Just picked up a 2009 with about 06k miles for my daughter before she heads off to college. One previous owner, garage kept, seems to have been treated nicely. According to his service records kept up on regular maintenance, also put in new plugs, coil packs, and muffler. The exhaust still sounds a bit louder than I think it should, so will get under now that the weather is nicer and have a thorough look.
Any input on the typical things to look out for would be appreciated. After driving it for a week, the TPMS came on, so assuming one or more of the batteries are done on the sensors. Other than that, the wheel cap fell off the front driver side wheel (she ran it over so it can't go back). But then she texted after she drove there was smoke coming from the hole where the cap used to be. I checked it out and didn't see anything that looked wrong, no noises when I drove it (bearing). Does this sound familiar to anyone? Thanks.
Suffering from a phantom draw on my Escape. It's killed 2 batteries already. The first time was the Rear wiper ceasing up so That connecter is unplugged. Would this still cause a draw with the connecter to the wiper motor unplugged?
On my old 76 mustang, I used to just pull fuses until I found the draw stop. I can't do that in my escape as it restarts the computer each time I reinstall a fuse.
The second problem is the radio on the fuse 39 circuit but I can't find a diagram with that fuse on it. Any info would help.
Gave my 2017 Ford Escape 2.0 to daughter. Bought a 2020 Escape SEL. Got much better mileage with the 2017 - put 10K on the 2020 and tracked mileage for first time - 17 mpg (Imperial gallons - larger than U.S gallon). Big disappointment - thought they were supposed to be improving the vehicles each year....... apparently not! They must determine projected mileage using a dart board!!! Wondering if I have made a big mistake with the new Escape????
The 2017 was consistently getting near 30 in mixed driving. Loved the pick up when passing traffic!