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where is the airbag controls module located on a 2010 ford edge

Ford Cars &... | Answered 2 hours ago


it seems likely that you have an electrical issue. If you are not electrically or mechanically capable I would suggest taking it to a mechanic you trust or even better would be a friend that is an electrician that can test the electrical connections and rerun wiring and thereby fixing your issue hopefully, good luck let me know how it works out for you.
I use an 25 year journeyman electrician for problems such as these with my Drag Racing vehicles, well and all my vehicles two boats and a truck and SUV and my daughters camry. HE does alot better than the mechanics and I can usually get it done for a 12 pack.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 8 hours ago


my brother had this problem with a different car a few years ago. He contacted the manufacturers and they told him that there are two keys and only one will start the car, something about only one key having a microchip iside? i dunno, maybe its the same with yours.

2007 Ford Edge... | Answered 19 hours ago


Hi did you check the condition of the crankshaft when you replaced the seal, were there any signs of rust on the sealing surface of the crank or any scores. Make sure that the oil level is correct and check if there is excess crank case pressure, you can do this by running engine till hot and remove dipstick can you feel pressure at the dipstick hole. Put your finger over hole and remove finger is there a puff of pressure. if there is check engine breather system correct if blocked. If there is pressure and breathing system is good get a mechanic to check it you may have an engine issue. What is the condition of the oil is there any signs of hard /solid oil contamination behind the seal. Use a torch and mirror to check.
Is the oil level correct not overfilled. Are you sure you have fitted the correct size seal. If you have a Vernia gauge measure diameter of crank and diameter of outer seal edge on block. These two measurements are normally printed on the seal, cross reference these measurements and see if they are the same or very close. The external size is normally exact the internal is slightly smaller. But by putting the Vernier in the seal slightly open it and you should have the measurement stated on the seal. When fitting new seal make sure it goes on evenly and do not catch the inner part on the edge of the crank bending the seal in the wrong direction. Also when fitted make sure the distance of the seal is the same all the way round from the edge of the block. Good luck

Ford Cars &... | Answered 20 hours ago


most likely place is a service manual

Ford Cars &... | Answered 23 hours ago


Is this what you are looking for? http://www.amazon.com/Stereo-Install-Escort-wiring-installation/dp/B000KL0LG2

2003 Ford Escort | Answered 23 hours ago


You have to reset the Content theft system . Look in your owners manual .

2001 Ford Escape | Answered 23 hours ago


Speedo faulty, sender faulty, broken wire, no power to the speedo etc etc etc

Ford Cars &... | Answered 23 hours ago


Trunk ajar switch could be faulty . 2008 model would have a DTC - diagnostic trouble code stored if it is a electrical circuit fault . Take it to a qualified technician that has a factory or professional scanner that check these code's .

Ford Cars &... | Answered 24 hours ago

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