Question about 2007 Ford Escape Hybrid FWD
Man i have this problem too! Your engines overheating. It says, High Motor Temperature too right? Its fucked up how it just stops no matter where you are. Hectic Downtown, Highways, Middle of Access roads. Just to name a few of my experiences this past week. I hate Ford for that.
You should check your coolant if you haven't had it changed. Check if the fans are running. Do you have a leak? Check the two coolant resevoirs under the hood on the bottom left. The front one is for the engine and radiator cooling, the back resevoir is for the Motor Electronics cooling. If there's fluid in there, try changin it with new coolant, 50/50 mix for both resevoirs. Don't use any Life extending additives. Make sure the fluid you get is **** yellow not orange. Once you've had that changed, and it still does it, could be a stuck thermostat.
Haven't fixed mine yet. Good luck with yours!
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try removing the battery for half an hour or so and then reconnecting (check you have all your radio codes etc before you do this).
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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