I was wondering if anyone with the 2.0 L Ecoboost has had any coolant leaks. Mine is a 2012 and it always seemed to lose a little coolant and I would have to top it off maybe a half a cup every 6 months. Well it was looked at back during the summer of 2014 and a coolant hose was replaced and it still seemed a little low so I top it off I have a 2014 Escape with the 2.0 EcoBoost engine. I too have a coolant leak in the #2 and #3 cylinders. The Ford Service center recommended a new engine at the cost of around $8,000. I do not have the funds to paid for this major type of repair bill. Why hasn't Ford recalled this engine Vehicle (s) Car. May 1, 2021. #5. My 2016 Escape 2.0 Ecoboost engine's failed at 65,000 miles which seems to be in line with others in that class action lawsuit. The reason was just like the others; coolant leaked into the cylinders. I had to pay the full price, $6,000 for a replacement engine . Diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) may include P0300, P0301-P0304, P0316, P0217, P1285 and/or P1299 stored in powertrain control module (PCM)
New TSB 19-2172 released today pertaining to coolant loss and misfiring issues with the 2.0L EcoBoost engine. Once the issue is confirmed, the engine will have to be replaced. Issue: Some 2015-2018 Edge vehicles, 2015-2019 Fusion/MKZ vehicles built on or before 8-May-2019, 2015-2019 Escape vehicles built on or before 15-May-2019 and 2015-2019 MKC vehicles built on or before 17-Apr-2019. 2nd Gen 2.0 EcoBoost Ford gave the 2.0 a major revamp in 2015 in favor of more performance and better fuel efficiency. However, the real reason for the new engine is that the Ford/Mazda partnership lapsed and Ford had to design it's own 2.0 EB engine instead of piggy-backing off of the Mazda L engine Ford Faces New Class-Action Lawsuit Over 4-Cylinder EcoBoost Coolant Leak Issue. block and cylinder head allow the coolant to leak into the 2.0-liter EcoBoosts. In addition to the Edge. We are investigating the internal coolant leak causing engine overheating in the following Ford Vehicles: 2.0L Ecoboost Engine 2015-2018 Ford Edge 2017-2019 Ford Escape 2017-2019 Ford Fusion 2017-2019 Lincoln MKC 2017-2019 Lincoln MKZ 1.5L Ecoboost En The alleged Ford EcoBoost engine issues allegedly occur in 1.5L, 1.6L and 2.0L vehicles which cause engine coolant to leak into the cylinders. CarComplaints.com: Car complaints,.
This is a lot of Ford and Lincoln EcoBoost engines. A class-action lawsuit just filed says that the 1.5-liter, 1.6-liter, and 2.0-liter EcoBoost engines leak coolant into cylinders. It accuses Ford of selling cars with cracked heads, seals not sealing, and catastrophic engine failures.. The lawsuit alleges that the leaking of coolant into the cylinders causes corrosion, dilution of the oil. Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether they can file a class action lawsuit against Ford Motor Company over the automaker's EcoBoost engine. Allegations have surfaced that coolant can leak into the cylinders of the 1.5-, 1.6- and 2.0-liter EcoBoost engines and cause the vehicle to misfire, overheat and even catch fire
The 1.5 EcoBoost was particularly bad for the coolant leak issue. My apologies man. 1. level 1. SaltDog34. · 4m. I have same vehicle in white but with 55,000 miles and was leaking coolant. $1500 to replace water pump and thermostat valve. Ridiculous
My 2017 Ford Edge with a 4 cylinder 2. 0 ecoboost engine and 81,000 miles needs a new engine, as per my local Ford dealer. I recently had coolant leak into the engine through the cylinders. All preventative maintenance work, including oil changes, have been done when required Ford Escape Fusion Edge MKC & MKZ Coolant Leak and Overheating Complaints 2013 - 2019 Ford Coolant Leak & Engine Overheating Lieff Cabraser is investigating widespread consumer complaints of engine overheating allegedly caused by an internal engine coolant leak in 1.5L and 2.0L Ford Ecoboost engines in the following vehicles: 2013-2019 Ford Escape 2013-2019 Ford Fusion 2015-2018 For The problems caused by Ecoboost coolant leaks are two-fold, the lawsuit says. For one, an engine cannot remain properly cooled without sufficient coolant, leading to overheating, per the suit. Overheating can crack an engine's cylinder heads, warp other internal components and at a certain temperature cause loss of oil viscosity, which can. With the misfire in cylinder #3 it is most likely that cylinder the coolant is leaking into. Took the car to Waxahachie Ford a couple of days ago. They called me today said that the engine has and internal coolant leak. Their recommendation, a new engine at a cost of $8600 or a new short block at a cost they are still working up
I'm fairly certain that the engine coolant leak is coming from the auto transmission heat-exchanger.At the time of the recording I was still limping because. This is a lot of Ford and Lincoln EcoBoost engines. A class-action lawsuit just filed says that the 1.5-liter, 1.6-liter, and 2.0-liter EcoBoost engines leak coolant into cylinders. It accuses Ford of selling cars with cracked heads, seals not sealing, and catastrophic engine failures. Read the rest for the details Ford EcoBoost problems have caused a class action lawsuit that alleges 1.5-liter, 1.6-liter and 2-liter EcoBoost engines allow coolant to leak into the cylinders. According to the lawsuit, these. If you have coolant running off the bottom of the gearbox/engine chances are it is the plastic thermostat housing leaking as they are prone to warp or crack
We are not liable for any actions taken due to this video.We dive in to diagnosis a coolant leak in a 2014 Ford Fusion SE. In this case, the culprit was a le.. I literally just got my 2014 Fusion 2.0 Ecoboost back from the shop after taking it in for a coolant leak. The first time I saw the issue it was showing as an engine overheat warning on the dash, and the second was when coolant was dripping down the brake pedal and onto the mats Coolant flow to the turbochargers is supplied through a line that branches off from the engine cooling system in all EcoBoost GTDI engines except the 1.0L, which uses a separate electric coolant pump to feed the turbos. The 1.0L also uses two thermostats to better control coolant flow through the engine
2nd Gen 2.0 EcoBoost Ford gave the 2.0 a major revamp in 2015 in favor of more performance and better fuel efficiency. However, the real reason for the new engine is that the Ford/Mazda partnership lapsed and Ford had to design it's own 2.0 EB engine instead of piggy-backing off of the Mazda L.. Yes, I'm also looking forward to driving my 2.0 AWD Mav with 4K tow. My Ranger is fairly quick for what it is and the Mav should be quicker 2.0 EcoBoost Coolant Leak / Lawsuit: Is the BS 1.5L EcoBoost the same 1.5L that have had coolant leak issues? Forums. Technical Sections. Issues, Repairs, Warranty, Recalls, TSB. Advertisement. Connect with us. Facebook Twitter Contact us RSS I have a 2016 edge with a 2.0 engine.There is a coolant leak between #3and #4 cylinder causing misfire when cold. car has 75k miles. Does Ford have a recall or repair bulletin or am I out of luck for the repair cost? Thanks Rene. Mechanic's Assistant: The Ford Mechanic can explain what to do in the event of a recall. Are there any other details that are relevant to the situation Question about Twin-Scroll 2.0 Ecoboost Failures. Hi friend, there is a class action lawsuit for the specific coolant to engine cylinder leak that is requiring complete engine replacement (or short block replacement) since the block itself is getting corrosion damage. There is a class action lawsuit now being heard (Patricia Lund v
The older 1.0 Ecoboost engine have a plastic coolant pipe that is prone to failure. Coolant loss on the 1.6 is more likely to be a head gasket problem. baldy192 The 2.0 EcoBoost has been used in many of the base line Ford, Volvo, Land Rover, and Lincoln models since its inception. The 2.0 EB is actually built off-of the 2.0L Mazda L-series engine block. However, the EcoBoost uses unique heads, a different fuel injection system, and twin-independent variable cam timing (Ti-VCT)
2013 - 2019 Ford Fusion Coolant Leak & Engine Overheating. Newsom Law PLC is investigating a potential lawsuit based on consumer complaints of engine overheating caused by an internal engine coolant leak in 2014 - 2019 Ford Fusion vehicles equipped with 1.5L or 2.0L Ecoboost engines. Consumer complaints indicate that the engines in their. The 2.0-liter engine found in most 2017 Ford Edges has been known to leak coolant. And as you can imagine, this is one of the worst 2017 Ford Edge engine problems to have since it can lead to your engine burning up on you
We are not liable for any actions taken due to this video.We dive in to diagnosis a coolant leak in a 2014 Ford Fusion SE. In this case, the culprit was a le.. MACTFORDEDGE Weekly FB live 20 August 2017 covering the Coolant pump removal and installation on the Ecoboost 2.0 and 2.7 plus a welcome to the Ford Edge UK..
coolant line is leaking coming from the driver side turbo to the back of the engine. it is a 13 f150 3.5 ecoboost. I replaced the fitting on the turbo but now the other end of the line is leaking on t In a letter to dealerships concerning a March 2017 recall, Ford says it will also repair any coolant leaks found in some 200,000 vehicles recalled for an increased fire risk If the leak is internal, most likely, the head gasket will need to be replaced. The Mustang engine isn't known for head gasket failures as much as the Ecoboost engine in the Focus RS is. Evidently, these two engines do not share the same head gasket and some of the RSs got fitted with the Mustang head gasket, which led to premature failure My 2017 Ford Edge with a 4 cylinder 2.0 ecoboost engine and 81,000 miles needs a new engine, as per my local Ford dealer. I recently had coolant leak into the engine through the cylinders Well this is a new one. We recently had a 2019 Ford Ranger FX4 in for testing. For those unfamiliar with the specs of Ford's reborn small'ish truck, it is currently only available with a 2.3L EcoBoost 4-Cylinder engine and the 10R80 10-Speed Auto
Similar problem here in Central Ohio with 2016 Ford Edge, Titanium, 2.0L Ecoboost engine. At approximately 53,000 miles, coolant leek in #2 cylinder destroyed engine. However, even under posted drive-train warranty, it was a challenging experience to have appropriately repaired by Ford Due to the smoke, I purchased one of those chemical head gasket leak testers where the fluid will turn from blue to yellow if you have exhaust gasses in the coolant reservoir. My result is in the image below. It isn't yellow, but it isn't blue either. I was going to buy a gas analyzer to test for hydrocarbons, but they are $1,000+ In a Dec. 13 letter to dealers, Ford said mechanics should check the cars for coolant leaks, and if they find any concerns, they should make repairs that include hose replacements, a new valve and. Loss of power. Check Engine Light. Black smoke from the exhaust pipe. Poor Fuel Economy. Poor Idling. A boost leak can result in a lot of different symptoms. There are a few of them that are worth looking closer to identify a boost leak. Here is a more detailed list of the 6 most common symptoms of a boost leak
built on or before 06-Apr-2019 equipped with a 1.5L EcoBoost engine may exhibit low coolant level, white exhaust smoke and/or runs rough condition with or without an illuminated malfunction indicator light (MIL) with only diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0300, P0301-P0304, P0316, P0217, P1285 and/or P129 There are no spots with coolant under the car and even in the engine compartment so i want to kindly ask you what to you think that the problem could be? It doesn't seems normal and i think that if there are not any leaks the problem should be the quality of the antifreeze liquid. My car is a 2.0 ecoboost petrol MK4 engine make year 2011 Been hearing a lot of ramblings online that say the coolant loss problems from the 1.5 ecoboost are also showing up in the 2.0. Correct. Ford issued a TSB in June of 2019 advising of coolant intrusion in 2015-2018 Edge with 2.0L engines (see attachment below) Hey all, I have one of the cars listed under TSB 19-2208 (a 2017 Ford Fusion 2.0 Ecoboost.) My car just hit 80,000 miles and then I got all the expected symptoms: a rough idle when starting up the car, then an empty coolant reservoir, and after topping it off, white smoke billowing out off my exhaust
1,076 Posts. #2 · Dec 5, 2019. The 2.0 Ecoboost engine has known issues with coolant getting into the cylinders (see it a lot on the escape forums). Is it throwing any misfire codes? The test for it is a coolant pressure test, if I remember correctly, and at least with the escape, the fix is a new long block. D Several Ford owners have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against the automaker alleging a vehicle defect in the EcoBoost engine causes coolant to leak into the cylinders, causing the potential for engine fires and failure, misfires, collision risk, and costly repairs.. The 74-page lawsuit was filed by five plaintiffs, Robert Reed, Stacy Coppock, Craig Morford, Kelli Morford, and David.
And within those groups, it lakes in 1.5-liter, 1.6-liter, and 2.0-liter EcoBoost engines. The lawsuit contends that the EcoBoost engine issues involve the head and engine block design, and a leaky cylinder head seal. Rather than coolant circulating from the engine to the radiator, the lawsuit contends it stays in the engine Most of the issues are coming from the 1.5 ecoboost. The 2.0 has been much more reliable. There have been some issues with the coolant leak in some of them, but no where near as much as the 1.5. For the most part the 2.0 is safe, and shouldn't give you problems. Just avoid that 1.5 like the plagu Posted February 5, 2019. The MK3 and MK3.5 1.0 ECOboost both have their cooling system problems. The most common problems are: * Broken/split degas hose (MK3 only, the MK3.5 has a different/improved design). * Broken/split coolant reservoir (Both MK3 and MK3.5). * Leaking water pump seal (Both MK3 and MK3.5) A coolant leak could be as cheap and simple to repair as tightening a loose clamp on one of the system's several hoses—something you can do yourself. Or it can be as complicated and expensive to. Anyway, no coolant leak at all, no coolant leakage into the crankcase. Head gasket leak. Could be intake manifold leak too. I just filled it up and drove it another year or so before I sold it. Had it been a warranty job, I would have had it repaired. I don't keep my cars very long. J. JCH13 Diamond Member. Sep 14, 201
Coolant can leak from the reservoir or from the hoses, in 2013 Escapes with the 2.0 liter engine, coolant leaks are most likely to occur where the hoses connect to the engine. The video above shows you where the coolant reservoir, hoses and connections on your 2013 Escape SEL are located and the steps needed to fix minor leaks When I called they said they are currently rebuilding 3 2.0 ecoboost issues with coolant leaks. I've also been having misfire's as well, and might be related or just need new spark plugs/coils. September 18, 2019; 25 replies 2 2.0L Ecoboost Coolant Leak. Bronco101 posted a. The 2.0L EcoBoost includes two generations already. The 2.0 EcoBoost GTDI engine was significantly redeveloped in 2015. The new version (the twin-scroll 2.0 EcoBoost) shares almost no parts with the predecessor, but it is still produced by the same name while the old engine is gradually replaced in all vehicles September 06, 2012. Ford is recalling 6,146 Escape SUVs from the 2013 model year. The recall applies to models with 1.6-liter four-cylinder engines that could have an engine coolant leak. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that if the coolant leaks and evaporates on the engine when it is hot, a fire could start It may leak fuel and even maybe cause a fire. If we remove and reinstall the faulty line , the leak could become worse and worse. 2013 Ford Escape Titanium 2.0L AWD EcoBoost will install an extra electric cooling fan control unit ,If so operates after the engine is turned off to more quickly reduce 2013 Ford Escape Titanium 2.0L AWD EcoBoost.
When I work on the 1.6 ecoboost for the 13s12 recall the coolant has turned green most of the time. Ford also has a ssm released about the color changing. On the 2.0 there are a few coolant times right above the compressor. First time seeing this on a ST but dealt with it a few times on the 2.0 ecoboost escape Coolant can leak from the reservoir or from the hoses, in 2016 Edges with the 2.0 liter engine, coolant leaks are most likely to occur where the hoses connect to the engine. The video above shows you where the coolant reservoir, hoses and connections on your 2016 Edge Titanium are located and the steps needed to fix minor leaks
Coolant leak is leaving a 1-2 spot on the garage floor. We've been smelling coolant for about a month, maybe a bit longer, just started seeing the spot on the floor 2-3 weeks ago. It's a very sticky substance, so I imagine there is some factory stop leak of some sort. I've tried hard to get some pictures of the damp block, but it's just too tight Loss of Coolant- If your Focus's engine coolant level is going down, but there is no noticeable leak, it could be a sign that the head gasket has blown. Ford Focus Blown Head Gasket Causes. While there are many reasons that your Focus's head gasket can fail, the most common ones have to do with the cooling system causing the engine to.
I have 2013 ford explorer and its leaking coolant near the ac compressor. I know the have a inter water pump and are gear driven. I cleaned off the area around the ac compressor. It has the 3.5l v6 motor. 11 Answers. 394,565 Report; F_O_R answered 3 years ago My guess is the thermostat housing or gasket is leaking or maybe the upper radiator. Coolant can leak from the reservoir or from the hoses, in 2013 Fusions with the 2.0 liter engine, coolant leaks are most likely to occur where the hoses connect to the engine. The video above shows you where the coolant reservoir, hoses and connections on your 2013 Fusion SE are located and the steps needed to fix minor leaks It may leak fuel and even maybe cause a fire. If we remove and reinstall the faulty line , the leak could become worse and worse. 2012 Ford Edge SE 2.0L EcoBoost will install an extra electric cooling fan control unit ,If so operates after the engine is turned off to more quickly reduce 2012 Ford Edge SE 2.0L EcoBoost engine heat The EcoBoost 2.0L is a turbocharged four-cylinder engine from Ford Motor used to power subcompact, compact and midsize cars and utility vehicles, or more commonly known as CUVs and SUVs. Featuring a dual overhead cam (DOHC) design, in an inline configuration, the Ford EcoBoost 2.0L architecture is derived from the Ford Duratec 2.0L engine and has been part of the Ford EcoBoost family of.