Ford Edge Service Manuals
You can find 9 different repair/service/workshop manuals for the Ford Edge on this page that are in the PDF format, totally free of charge.
Yearly Edge Service Manuals
The years available stretch from 2006 through to 2011 and to view the manual you just click the name.
About The Ford Edge
Production of the Ford Edge began in 2006 and uses the Fusion sedan as its platform.
It is classed as a mid-size crossover SUV as it lacks the off-road equipment typically associated with a traditional SUV.
This means it cost less to run due to being lighter and lacking expensive equipment to maintain such as a transfer box and heavy axles.
Customers have flocked to these sorts of cars in recent decades and the Edge sells well over 100,000 units in North America each year alone.
Ford also sold the Edge under its luxury brand Lincoln as the MKX up until the 2015 model year.
Mazda sold their own rebadged version of the car as the CX-9 up until 2015 when they switched to an in-house platform.
Safety has always been a strong element to the car and the IIHS safety agency uses a crashed first-generation model as an example of safe car design.
During its second generation, the car was awarded an even higher safety score with near-perfect results, important for a car that will be used by many families.
This second-generation Ford Edge was introduced to the Chinese and European markets successfully as part of Ford’s plan to make global models.
By making “global models” Ford hopes to cut down on development costs and keep prices low through mass-production.
This model sits in the middle of the American automakers SUV range with the Escape sat underneath it and the Explorer above it in terms of size.
Edge Common Problems
Many of the common problems reported with the Ford Edge seem to revolve around the electronic such as:
- The door-ajar light staying on constantly
- Batteries are commonly dying and requiring replacing soon after purchasing
- Computer software for the car and infotainment system failing completely