A leak developed from the Power Transfer Unit (unit that distrbutes power for the All Wheel Drive system). They replaced one of the seals on the PTU which appears to have corrected the issue.
The PTU developed another leak. The dealer confirmed the issue and ordered the parts during this visit.
PTU seal replaced with updated design. New drive shaft installed. The original drive shaft was found to be scored on the end during the previous visit.
PTU leaking, seal replaced, issue resolved.
Transmission had to be replaced. Warranty covered it.
Transmission fluid leak.
Replaced transfer case to fix leak.
Leaking Transmission Fluid from PTU onto Exhaust Manifold Replaced O-Ring
AWD Edge developed leak from passenger side output shaft from the Power Transfer Unit (PTU) similar to the x-fer case. dealership originally replaced seal on PTU (4 days mainly for seal, but took it back on the next monday cause the leak returned and de dealership replaced PTU from previous leak issue. no other issues to date
660 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Ford Edge. 80 of these members
(12.1%) have reported transmission repairs for their car.
A total of 130 transmission repairs to Ford Edges--an average of 0.2 per
vehicle--have been reported.