97 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2006 Ford Escape. 22 of these members
(22.7%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 35 electrical repairs to 2006 Ford Escapes--an average of 0.4 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Chart based on 32 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2006 Ford Escape 4dr SUV
200-horsepower 3.0L V6 4-speed automatic FWD
Warranty Work. Defective Turn Signal Sensor Replacement. High Beams switched on when using right turn signal with lights on. Ford Dealer Repair Manager friendly but took twice to correct the problem. Now repaired.
Right turn signal caused high beams to turn on. Warranty repair replaced faulty turn sensor.
The driver side socket for the low beam head lights shorted, which required replacement of socket connector. Used aftermarket part and 30 minutes time to splice now socket in place.
Realized cruise control didn't work, dealer ordered a relay.
The dealership replaced the relay for the cruise and that didn't fix the issue... now they say it's some kind of switch so they ordered that part... I'm on my 4th time back to the dealership for them to fix this... NOT HAPPY WITH THEM!
Problem is not the switch. Now saying it's the wiring..just now offering me a loaner however I need to pick the loaner up during the week since the loaner people aren't there on sat
Finally fixed cruise...only prob is the amber light when you 1st turn the cruise on isn't working but the green light when the cruse is engaged does work...guess will live with it since it does work just not as it should.
Alternator replaced. Required 4+ hours of labor, as the front axle needed to be removed to get access to the alternator.
While driving to Arizona my AC compressor failed in
Loose radio wire.
Alternator failed. needed to be replaced. it killed the battery in the process