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  2. Jaba

    Wiring diagram needed

    Thanks for this and all there other information you provided me
  3. Knottynuts

    Wiring diagram needed

    The upstream sensor is screwed into the catalytic converter where the exhaust enters it (almost right at the engine) and the downstream O2 is screwed in the the exhaust pipe right after the converter. The exhaust pipe runs down the middle of the vehicle so neither one is on a particular side of the vehicle, one is just more to the front of the car and the other is more towards the rear. The connectors are different though; the upstream is a six wire connector and the downstream is a four wire connector.
  4. Jaba

    Wiring diagram needed

    The connectors for both sensors are under the hood near the battery. Do you know what side under the vehicle the downstream sensor is located? I think it's the passenger side but I'm not sure.
  5. Knottynuts

    Wiring diagram needed

    There are only two oxygen sensors, one just before and one after the catalytic converter. How did you disconnect the power to the downstream sensor without actually locating the sensor?
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  7. Jaba

    Wiring diagram needed

    I disconnected the power to the downstream one to isolate it and so far the fuse hasn't blown. Since it's an intermittent problem I'll wait a few more days to make sure it doesn't blow before I replace the sensor. Do you know which side the sensor is located?
  8. bonfire79

    2008 Escape Bad Trans

    That's good to know. Thanks!
  9. Knottynuts

    2008 Escape Bad Trans

    I think they are similar but I believe there was some upgrade after 2008 and I don't hear of that happening on the 2009-2012 years so much.
  10. Knottynuts

    Wiring diagram needed

    What leads you to think it's an O2 sensor?
  11. Jaba

    Wiring diagram needed

    Thanks for the information! I think I have a shorted upstream 02 sensor or it's the wire going to it that has the short, the problem is that it's intermittent which makes it hard to troubleshoot.
  12. bonfire79

    2008 Escape Bad Trans

    Is the intermediate band the same on the 2012 year do you know? Thanks I really should have bought the one with the 5-spd.... Doh! Bon
  13. Jud Lange

    Shade for windshield

    Heatshield.com i used them for my 2013 Edge, my wife’s 2013 Focus and just bought new for our 2019 Escape. They are designed for model specific use. Fit great which is important in Arizona!
  14. Knottynuts

    Wiring diagram needed

    Ah, OK. It looks like the EVAP Purge, Blocking and Vent valves, the Variable Camshaft Solenoids 1 & 2 and both oxygen sensors The connecting wire seems to be a white wire with a brown tracer (1.5L turbo model). Of course the may be a short within the Battery Junction Box where the fuse is located as well.
  15. Jaba

    Wiring diagram needed

    Hi thanks for responding I'm looking for what is connected to this fuse because it keeps blowing
  16. Knottynuts

    2008 Escape Bad Trans

    The 2008 do have a very common problem with the intermediate band breaking. This is a repair that can be done with the transmission in the vehicle and it's a cheap repair but it very fussy and requires some skill (if you don't do just right you will have to pull the entire transmission out of the vehicle. I've done the repair myself for less than $200 (parts, fluid, etc.) successfully. Do a little research (YouTube and such) and see if the symptoms fit what your experiencing.
  17. Knottynuts

    Wiring diagram needed

    Are you looking for the fuse location or what it supplies power to?
  18. bonfire79

    2014 Transmission Failure

    This seems to be the number 1 problem on these cars. I don't know why Ford will not address this. I believe that, like most new cars, they are designed for obsolescence. Built to fail.... in a short period of time. Bon
  19. bonfire79

    2008 Escape Bad Trans

    Hey dude, you're not alone in this. I just bought a 2012 escape last month with 100,000 miles. The transmission went out 2 days after I bought it in cash 8K :( needless to say I was fairy pissed off as I was stranded on the 295. Anyways, I'm looking at what I need to do. I had read that the transmissions on these were horrible and the number 1 complaint (problem) from buyers, but I didn't think I'd get a crappy one. I'm highly considering doing a manual transmission swap if I can find an 5-spd XLS in a salvage yard somewhere. I have heard of people replacing or repairing their dead auto transmissions and then having the new ones fail too. Maybe its not true, but what do I know, I'm new to the escapes. That having been said, I really like the vehicle itself. Just not the gear box. Bon
  20. Jaba

    Wiring diagram needed

    Hi...Does anyone have the wiring diagram for the 2017 1.5 liter Escape? Specifically I'm looking for the fuse number 35 which is know as engine power 4 diagram...thanks
  21. Most common cause is a faulty wheel speed sensor with an intermittent break within the wiring. ABS codes may only be stored during that drive cycle only so you would have to scan the vehicle when a fault occurs BEFORE turning the ignition off! Otherwise you would need to watch the live data for each wheel speed sensor and then you could see which one(s) is (are) dropping out.
  22. Yep, do it all the time with my Fusion.
  23. Picked up a high mileage '04 Limited 4WD with the 3.0 for my son turning 16 soon. We've done quite a bit to get it ready for the road, but now having a problem diagnosing the brake light and ABS light. They come on randomly. Sometimes when starting to drive, there will be no lights on, then after a few minutes of driving the brake light and ABS light will turn on and stay on until the car is turned off again. Sometimes when it's started, it will have just the ABS light on, sometimes just the brake light, and sometimes both, and sometimes no lights. I have a scanner with ABS, and it shows no codes set for ABS. Fluid is full, and there are no leaks. Brakes seem to work fine, but I have not tested it hard while the lights are on. Where to start? Replace the brake level sensor maybe?
  24. EscapeIt20

    Can You Help Me Identify This Part?

    Hey, Just noticed today that I'm missing on of these "hinge covers." There are only two on the car and they're in the rear back right and left and appear to cover the area by the trunk. I called around and none of the techs could figure out what the part was from my description (I haven't had time to drive to my nearest center yet for a look). If I had to guess it's "Left Hinge Moon" but nothing is coming up with numbers of parts. Perhaps it's referred to as "Pillar?" My car is brand new (800 miles) so I'm still under new warranty but was curious what it was. The numbers underneath don't seem to correspond with any parts. Car is: Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid, 2020 Thanks all!
  25. The start/stop on my recently purchased 2018 Escape has worked maybe three times during my 7 months ownership. According to the manual the following criteria must be met for it to work: The Auto-Start-Stop button is not pressed (not illuminated). - It is turned on Your vehicle exceeds an initial speed of 3 mph (5 km/h) after the vehicle has been initially started - YES Your vehicle is stopped - YES Your foot is on the brake pedal - YES The transmission is in drive (D) - YES The driver's door is closed - YES There is adequate brake vacuum - Unknown The interior compartment has been cooled or warmed to an acceptable level - YES climate control is actually off The front windshield defroster is off - YES The steering wheel is not turned rapidly or is not at a sharp angle - YES The vehicle is not on a steep road grade - YES The battery is within optimal operating conditions (battery state of charge and temperature in range) - Just replaced with new battery The engine coolant is at operating temperature -YES Elevation is below approximately 10,000 ft (3,048 m) - YES Ambient temperature is moderate - YES Does anybody know of a way to read the ECM and determine which or the criteria is causing it to not function? Gary
  26. Phil Davison

    2010 cruise indicator

    No thats how its meant to work, older ford cruise controls only lit up when cruise was set.
  27. Phil Davison

    New tires in rear only - hidden danger?

    As long as you change them in pairs (front together or rear together) you are fine.
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