Purchased a Ford Escape on December 5, 2016, there's a problem already.

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Asked by Feb 15, 2017 at 10:36 PM about the 2015 Ford Escape SE

Question type: General

When I take off from the light, it feels like it's in neutral, then it picks up. What
could be possibly wrong this?

7 Answers

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Some type of sensor on the transmission it's something electrical on the transmission

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How many miles on it? It could still be covered under the 5 year 60,000 mile power train warranty.

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It has 47719 miles as of today. 02/16/2017. [Thank You for looking at this question.]

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Go back to dealer before you do anything else

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I'm going to go back to the dealer today and make an appt. to see why it's doing this.

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OK. I've made an appt. with the dealer here and I will keep you all updated on the results. TY for the info's.

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Went to the dealer on Monday and they "claim that they went and reset the system so that it will record how I drive they say it takes about 500 miles to learn my way of driving. Makes no sense to me.

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