I can remove the key when my 2014 edge is in drive. Therefore I have forgotten to put it in park and the battery has died. This seems like a design fault. .

Asked by Mar 08, 2018 at 05:44 PM about the 2014 Ford Edge

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Just leaving the car in drive, but shut off, will not drain your battery unless you have left on some other accessory. I would take the car to a dealer to fix the key removal issue (you should not be able to remove the key unless the car is in PARK. Then look for why you had a dead battery. Did you leave the interior lights on?

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