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Ok Check Your Tranny For Fluids And Check Your Spark Wires too For Breaks And fuel Filter wood Not Hurt too and the fuel regulator As well And don,t forget heater resistor for your heat problem,s or your Fuse to give heat and Last Check the blower for moving replace it then and then check cabin filter to make the Air Better too and don,t for get the switch last to make it come on Ok Thank,s
The cabin air filter is located behind the glove box. Open it then empty all contents. Grab both sides inside the box and push them inward. The glove box will then drop out further. On the left side is a catch cable. Slide that down and pull it out. The box should then just pull out. The cover for the filter is rectangular and gray or black color. On the left side push the tab toward the passenger door and pull toward you. You will either find nothing or a screen. Discard the screen and insert the new filter. 2011 Ford Edge cabin air filter removal and replacement
if your getting oil in the air filter area, you have a leaking intake gasket or a leaking head gasket, run a compression test on it,
if the compression is where it should be on all cylinders then its a leaking intake gasket!!!
I'd be looking at removing IAC valve, and cleaning it out with throttle body spray cleaner, and checking mounting gasket as well. Usually some success with cleaning it & spray ports it came out of, but if not you may need to replace it.