8.0

pretty bad
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
17,150 miles
Total Complaints:
3 complaints

Most common solutions:

  1. not sure (1 reports)
  2. replace wiper motor (1 reports)
  3. tighten wiper motor (1 reports)
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problem #3

Apr 272018

Edge SEL 3.5L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 18,000 miles

While driving down interstate in light rain, but behind 18 wheeler throwing up water onto windshield, the driver side wiper started skipping and then stalled. It was very difficult to see and very dangerous. I slowed and the wiper finally started back up. This has happened 3 times. Makes me very nervous about traveling during rain, especially on highways and interstates.

- Mike M., Booneville, MS, US

problem #2

Sep 142017

Edge SEL

  • Automatic transmission
  • 31,069 miles

As the wipers operate in an atypical manor. The wipers often get caught on each-other and stop working, eventually requiring the motors to be not timed properly and for the unit to be replaced. This is particularly dangerous when traveling at highway speeds in torrential rain and your wipers stop working.

- George B., Beamsville, ON, Canada

problem #1

Sep 112015

Edge SEL 2015

  • Automatic transmission
  • 2,350 miles

Just a warning to all: beware buying a first year model or a redesign of an older platform from ANY car company. Buying my 2015 Ford Edge SEL (purchased 05/20/15) reinforces that we who purchase them are their guinea pigs! My proof lies in having the A pillar waterproofed AFTER water leaked through it and soaked the driver's side and passenger floor pans so badly that I only noticed the problem when brown mold began growing on the floor mats. My Edge had a little over 1800 miles in less than two months. Ford kept the car over a month in order to replace carpeting, floor mats and wiring harnesses.

Approximately a week after getting the car back, the passenger's side windshield wiper stopped while I was driving in a rainstorm (imagine if it had been the driver's wiper). According to the dealership they "only" had to tighten the screw that attaches the wiper to the wiper motor. The local dealership has handled this as well as they could, but I'm here to tell you that the national FoMoCo was ill-prepared to deal with problems, took too long in sending parts, and seemed indifferent to my concerns regarding future corrosion, mold and possible electronic malfunctions.

- hoosier500, Avon, IN, US