79 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2007 Ford Escape. 15 of these members
(19%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 27 electrical repairs to 2007 Ford Escapes--an average of 0.3 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Navigation system not working intermittently. Screen dimming, flipping through pages randomly, turning on and off on own,sound not loud enough. Via phone dealer says it sounds like the control head, entire unit needs replaced. We did not fix. Est $500.
12v battery going dead when ignition turned on but car not running for 30min, happened mulitiple times. Dealer said battery fine, replaced anyway and problem stopped. Believe damage to battery is due to Nav CD player malfunction. Nav system on fritz, going on and off on own, trying to eject cd continuiously but unsuccessfully, did not fix due to cost, repaired on own quite successfully by hitting the dashboard just above the Nav system with fist. Works great!!
Hybrid battery ventillation door actuator intermittent - replaced and reflashed module. Part cost $44, $405 labor and diagnostic fees.
A/C weak performance in urban setting; okay during hwy driving. Dealer recommended compressor replacement. Another shop reported high refrigerant pressures, suggested restriction/blockage. Hybrid service info unavail; not released by Ford.
AC system problems: leak in system, incorrect pressures. Fill system and charge with dye. Return visit to understand leak. More repairs pending.
Hybrid battery evaporator and comfort cooling evaporator had obstructions. Clean and repl orifice tube. Repl dryer/filter and recharge. System better but not 100%.
Replace blower fan switch Replaced dash lights.
Diagnosis only, no repairs.
Prior trip to dealer recommended compressor, accumulator, thermal control valve replacement for $2200 estimated repairs,Found evidence of refrigerant leak.I replaced those parts plus the serpentine belt for about $700. Paid a friend to help