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2001 Ford Escape Consumer Discussions

2001 Ford Escape
In May 2014 had purchased a 2001 Ford Escape XLT. There was no issues with Transmission and Engine and always checked the fluids. May 2015 driving on I-75 north headed to work, the Ford Escape started...

2001-'04 Ford Escape Recalled for Rust, Steering Problem...

Remote & Key unlock not working on locked car that is in storage with a dead battery. Tried WD 40 & a Slim Jim without success. 2 sets of keys/remotes don't work. The key turns ok but doe…...

I've got a 2001 Ford Escape, which I love. It just turned over 100,000. I'd like to hang on to the car for another two years. But I haven't found any reliable information about what the average "...

I'm new. I'm looking for answers. I've recently purchased a 2001 Ford Escape XLS....

I put my 2001 escape in reverse and it got stuck, so I turned off the ignition and now it won't start and it is still in reverse. Someone told me it could just be my linkage needs adjusting. The probl...

mileage) for the fuel filter? (4-cylinder Ford Escape, year 2001) - thanks in advance for possible answer....

OK, let me clarify a little bit. 2001-2004 Escape and 2005-2007 Escape have essentially the same 4WD system. Except that on 2001-2004 model years you had the freedom of turning on 4x4 through a electr...

One of my good friends manages a service department at a very large combined dealership (Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Kia) and he bought an Escape for his wife last year. I asked him if they see an e...

I am looking at a yellow Escape 2001 with 57000 miles. 6 cylinder 4wd...

117,000 miles on a Escape 2001 V6 model. Still has original plugs. Still get same gas mileage (21 combo city/highway miles) as the day I bought it. Engine still running smoothly. So why change plugs i...

2001 Escape V6 FWD XLT; 70K miles, real world mileage figures are at present :...

2001 Escape with 100,000 miles. When the temperature gets close to or below zero the brake pedal becomes hard. It feels like the pedal will only move about an inch or so. I have no braking ability...

2001 Escape would not start (could not even turn key in ignition) Was told to push the "manual" gear shift to turn key...car starts! We took it to the shop and were told to have a fuel pump...

Van has 35,000 miles and wife told me last weekend it was making a funny noise. $400 funny for rear brakes and new rotors. I have a 2001 Escape and those rotors are disposable, but I guess the ones on...
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