Here are Ford Edge electrical problems, by model year. The most common Edge electrical problems cost $1,100 to fix & occur at 55,000 miles. Regarding the worst model year 2013 Ford Edge electrical problems, "The 2013 Edge has its fair share of problems, but chief among them is an annoying “door ajar” warning light that won’t shut off even when the door is most definitely closed. While the retina-burning, ever-present false reminder on your dashboard is bad, it points to a deeper problem that can drain the battery, leave the doors unlocked while in motion, or render the key fob useless." Click on a year below.

Worst Electrical Problems
door ajar light stays on 2013 Ford Edge
complete electrical failure 2015 Ford Edge
powertrain control module failure 2007 Ford Edge