Miles Per Gallon/Battery Power

Asked by Jun 07, 2013 at 02:21 PM about the 2007 Ford Escape Hybrid Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My question is: I had a 2007 Escape Hybrid that I totaled and bought another 2007.  I
have had it for a week and took it to a ford dealership where they went through the whole
car.  The screen that is with the fan for the hybrid battery looked like it had never been
replaced.  I bought a new one but am I too late?  It hasn't been getting as good of mpg as
my old one, but could that be because it was not moved for a little while at the lot where
we bought it from?  Can I still get a better mpg/battery life then I have been getting?

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Did you clear the MPG counter when you bought it? It might be calculating the current mileage with the mileage of the previous owner. I'm not sure what you mean about replacing the battery fan too late. Too late for what?

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