2001 ford escape

2001 ford escape

2001 ford escape

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    Wyposażenie

    • ABS
    • Elektryczne szyby przednie
    • Poduszka powietrzna kierowcy
    • Wspomaganie kierownicy
    • Elektrycznie ustawiane fotele
    • Isofix
    • Kurtyny powietrzne
    • Tempomat
    • CD
    • Elektrycznie ustawiane lusterka
    • Poduszka powietrzna pasażera
    • Alufelgi
    • ESP (stabilizacja toru jazdy)
    • Klimatyzacja automatyczna
    • Relingi dachowe
    • Wielofunkcyjna kierownica
    • Centralny zamek
    • Immobilizer
    • Radio fabryczne
    • Elektryczne szyby tylne
    • Gniazdo AUX
    • Komputer pokładowy
    • Tapicerka welurowa

    ☎ Wszelkich informacji na temat oferty udzielimy pod numerem: Kontakt 519 — wyświetl numer —

    FORD ESCAPE 2001 r. LPG AWD

    Samochód sprowadzony i zarejestrowany w Polsce w 2018 r.
    W kraju 1 właściciel.
    Bardzo dobry stan techniczny i wizualny.
    Instalacja LPG założona w 01.2019 r.
    Na bieżąco serwisowany, po wymianie oleju,filtrów, klocków.
    W cenie samochodu gwarancja 3 miesiące, z możliwością rozszerzenia do 24 miesięcy!

    Wyposażenie:
    ☑ instalacja LPG
    ☑ napęd 4×4
    ☑ relingi
    ☑ centralny zamek
    ☑ automatyczna skrzynia biegów
    ☑ aluminiowe felgi
    ☑ radio cd
    ☑ el. szyby i lusterka
    ☑ tempomat
    ☑ klimatyzacja automatyczna
    ☑ wspomaganie kierownicy
    ☑ wielofunkcyjna kierownica
    i inne

    ☎ Wszelkich informacji na temat oferty udzielimy pod numerem: Kontakt 519 — wyświetl numer —

    Możliwość zostawienia auta w rozliczeniu, zapraszamy na darmową wycenę.

    Kupujący zwolniony z opłaty skarbowej (Nie płaci podatku PCC 2%)

    Atrakcyjny kredyt lub leasing! Minimum formalności!
    Możliwość sprawdzenia samochodu w dowolnej stacji diagnostycznej, serwisie aso itp.

    Niniejsze ogłoszenie jest wyłącznie informacją handlową i nie stanowi oferty w myśl art. 66, § 1. Kodeksu Cywilnego.
    Sprzedający nie odpowiada za ewentualne błędy lub nieaktualność ogłoszenia.

    Consumer Reviews

    2001 Ford Escape

    Review Score

    Score Breakdown

    4.2 out of 5 stars Comfort
    4.3 out of 5 stars Value for the Money
    4.1 out of 5 stars Interior Design
    4.1 out of 5 stars Reliability
    4.3 out of 5 stars Performance
    4.3 out of 5 stars Exterior Styling

    Have You Driven the 2001 Ford Escape?

    What Drivers Are Saying

    by Escapist from Las Vegas, NV on Thu Mar 03 2011

    We’ve had our 2001 Escape XLT 4×4 for about 4 years, and we’ve loved it. It now has 125,000 miles on it and we’ve never had any major issues with it, just minor maintenance here and there. We have two kids and they fit very comfortably in the back and there’s lots of cargo room for big strollers, etc. The Escape served us well living in Utah with all of the snow, it handles great in the snow. All around great car for a small family!

    Purchased a Used car

    Uses car for Transporting family

    Does recommend this car!!

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    by Escape Enthusiast from 98166 on Sat Aug 07 2010

    It’s a small SUV but you can’t believe it’s as large and comfortable inside as it is. I’ve had a 55 gal barrel, a 42 inch TV, a 6 ft folding table, 8ft 2x4s and lots of Christmas trees in the back all with the hatch closed. It’s also dependable and sure footed in the snow. How can you get along without one?

    Purchased a New car

    Uses car for Commuting

    Does recommend this car!!

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    by Escape Lover from South Jordan, Utah on Mon Jul 05 2010

    I owned my Escape for 4 years and can only say good things about it. We only changed over to a minivan to fit more people, but once I’m done with that car I plan to go back to another Escape. The power was great, the all wheel drive got us out of a lot of issues, probably more than we were aware of. My newer Corolla (with fewer miles) had more costlier repairs than my Escape had.

    Purchased a Used car

    Uses car for Transporting family

    Does recommend this car!!

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    by Lolo from Mauk, Ga on Sat Dec 26 2015

    I bought an 01 V-6 Escape with 201k mi on original engine and transmission. I’ve owned it 2 years and will get another when this one’s done. It’s comfortable and functional. I depend on it for a daily commute & stick it to the floor to 6k RPM also. I just fix minor things that come up on any 15 yr old vehicle and stay on top of fluid levels. I only change the oil every 15k-20k mi. I expect to hit 300k mi.

    Purchased a Used car

    Uses car for Commuting

    Does recommend this car!!

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    by Super Mom from Pennsburg, PA on Sat Jan 29 2011

    I love my 2001 Ford Escape! My first one had 120,000 miles on it when my 17 year old drove it into the bottom of a cemented light pole. Somehow, he was not injured — the airbags had gone off and everything!! I loved my car so much, that I set out looking to replace it with another. As for holding its value, we bought it used 4 years ago. We got almost what we paid for it 4 years ago back from insurance and paid about that for another used one, with the same options (fully loaded)! Of course, it has 120,000 miles — it has needed maintenance things here and there, nothing huge.

    Purchased a Used car

    Uses car for Commuting

    Does recommend this car!!

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    by JayMan from CO on Fri Oct 09 2015

    I’ve had my 2001 2.0l I4 5 speed manual 2wd for 13+ years. I love the little thing as its the best all around car out there. Good and sporty on road, and surprisingly great off road to. Tartus like inside and eats all the cargo you can throw at it. Never quits and I can count on it starting every time. The engine maybe down on power for some but its the little engine that can and gets 25 to 30 mpg. I would highly recommend an Escape.

    Purchased a New car

    Uses car for Outdoor sports (hiking, cycling, etc.)

    Does recommend this car!!

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    by Eric from Indy on Thu May 10 2007

    I only use it in the winter which I was surprised that it got around with no problems even when the snow was up to my «running boards» /great car/truck plenty of room and prefer to drive it over my 4 runner limited due to the escape has more power and room and it actually did better then the Toyota in the snow.

    Purchased a New car

    Does recommend this car!!

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    by 787 Guy from Seattle on Fri Aug 06 2010

    Great acceleration from V6, better than expected gas mileage, no unscheduled maintenance for first nine years, easy entry for aging baby boomer, parts and filters easy to find.

    Purchased a New car

    Uses car for Work

    Does recommend this car!!

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    by first time escape owner from sault ste marie,MI on Sun Jan 23 2011

    bought an 01 Escape XLT V6 4×4. Have only had it for six months,so far it has been a great vehicle. it handles great in the snow.

    Purchased a Used car

    Uses car for Commuting

    Does recommend this car!!

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    by AW from MD on Sun Feb 22 2015

    I got this car just before I left for college. When I purchased it, the mileage was 98k and now it has 140k. It’s an awesome all year round car. 4×4 is smooth. Never had a problem driving in the snow. I’ve had the usual maintenance issues(spark plugs) but it’s never had a major problem as long as you take care of it. As far as gas mileage goes, I burn a little over a quarter tank driving 160 miles going to school and coming home to visit. City is a little more challenging but still not terrible. Plenty of space and comfy. Great car!

    Purchased a Used car

    Does recommend this car!!

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    2001 Ford Escape

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    2001 Ford Escape Review

    from the Cars.com expert editorial team

    Vehicle Overview
    Ford already has the best-selling and largest sport utility vehicles, the Explorer and the Excursion, and for 2001 it adds another SUV, the Escape, to its lineup. The Escape is Ford’s first car-based SUV, derived from the Mazda 626 platform. Ford owns a controlling interest in Mazda, and the Japanese brand gets its own version of this vehicle, the Tribute.

    Escape will compete with other car-based SUVs such as the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Subaru Forester and the new Hyundai Santa Fe. All are smaller than traditional truck-based SUVs and offer the security of four-wheel drive with carlike ride and handling.

    For now, Escape comes with gasoline engines. By 2003, Ford will introduce a hybrid version powered by a small gas engine and an electric motor.

    Exterior
    Escape comes only as a four-door wagon, and the rear liftgate has a flip-up window that opens separately, as it does on Ford’s larger SUVs. The 103-inch wheelbase matches that of the Honda CR-V, and its overall length of 173 is 4 inches shorter than the CR-V and 17 inches shorter than the Explorer.

    With unibody construction and four-wheel-independent suspension, the Escape has carlike qualities, but it comes wrapped in traditional SUV styling that resembles some of Ford’s trucks.

    Interior
    Escape seats five in the usual fashion — two front buckets and a three-place folding rear bench (split on the XLT model). Cargo volume is 35 cubic feet behind the rear seat and 68 with the rear seat folded forward, creating a . Show full review

    Vehicle Overview
    Ford already has the best-selling and largest sport utility vehicles, the Explorer and the Excursion, and for 2001 it adds another SUV, the Escape, to its lineup. The Escape is Ford’s first car-based SUV, derived from the Mazda 626 platform. Ford owns a controlling interest in Mazda, and the Japanese brand gets its own version of this vehicle, the Tribute.

    Escape will compete with other car-based SUVs such as the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Subaru Forester and the new Hyundai Santa Fe. All are smaller than traditional truck-based SUVs and offer the security of four-wheel drive with carlike ride and handling.

    For now, Escape comes with gasoline engines. By 2003, Ford will introduce a hybrid version powered by a small gas engine and an electric motor.

    Exterior
    Escape comes only as a four-door wagon, and the rear liftgate has a flip-up window that opens separately, as it does on Ford’s larger SUVs. The 103-inch wheelbase matches that of the Honda CR-V, and its overall length of 173 is 4 inches shorter than the CR-V and 17 inches shorter than the Explorer.

    With unibody construction and four-wheel-independent suspension, the Escape has carlike qualities, but it comes wrapped in traditional SUV styling that resembles some of Ford’s trucks.

    Interior
    Escape seats five in the usual fashion — two front buckets and a three-place folding rear bench (split on the XLT model). Cargo volume is 35 cubic feet behind the rear seat and 68 with the rear seat folded forward, creating a flat load floor. Ford says there is room for two mountain bikes with the liftgate closed, and mounting points are standard. Air conditioning; a CD player; power windows, locks and mirrors; a tilt-steering column; and remote keyless entry also are standard.

    Under the Hood
    Most Escapes will come with an optional 3.0-liter V-6 engine that generates 200 horsepower (the same engine used in the Taurus) and teams with a four-speed automatic transmission mounted on the steering-wheel column. A 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 130 hp is the base engine and comes only with a five-speed manual.

    Both engines are available with front-wheel drive or Control Trac II four-wheel drive, which engages automatically as needed to maintain traction. An optional towing package for V-6 models allows towing trailers up to 3,500 pounds. Antilock brakes are standard on the XLT and optional on the XLS, and side-impact airbags for the front seats are optional on both.

    Driving Impressions
    Escape has ample cargo space, room for five people and enough offroad capability to qualify as a bona fide SUV. Smaller engines and less weight than midsize SUVs like the Explorer will mean better fuel economy, and its trimmer size makes it easier to handle in traffic. Better still, a fully loaded 4WD XLT model with the V-6 will cost around $25,000, thousands less than an Explorer.

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    2001 Ford Escape

    Engine Problems

    CarComplaints.com Notes: With questionable safety ratings, a faulty power control module (PCM) and a rear subframe that can rust out, the first model year Escape is known for problems. But the worst one of all? A design flaw that carried through multiple model years and caused dangerous unintended acceleration.

    A lack of clearance between the engine cover and the speed control cable connector meant the throttle could get stick open when the accelerator was fully depressed. Following a petition from the Center for Auto Safety, NHTSA opened an investigation and eventually issued a recall to fix the sticky throttles in the 2001–2004 model years.

    Even with the throttles fixed, the 2001 model year could still have trouble stopping due to multiple problems with leaking brakes.

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    2001 Ford Escape

    When the 2001 Escape was introduced, the majority of small utilities on the market were crude and unrefined, many featuring solid rear axles – and even solid front axles – and part-time four-wheel-drive systems which were limited to off-road use only. A handful of utility vehicles featured very car-based design and equipment, including unibody construction, a fully independent suspension, and either front-wheel or four-wheel drive configurations.

    ‘It was clear that there was an unmet opportunity in the market place,’ says Barry Redler, Ford SÚV Group marketing manager. ‘The other entries were one-dimensional, either focused only on off-road, SÚV attributes at the expense of refinement, or focused on car-like ride and handling at the expense of off-road adventure. Escape was an instant success because it offered customers something no one else did: The best of both worlds.’

    Escape incorporated the wide, solid stance and successful design cues of Ford’s larger SÚVs in a more compact package. Escape also mets Ford Tough Truck standards, subjected to durability testing in the heat of the Australian outback, the sub-zero cold of Manitoba, Canada, and pulling a 3,500-pound trailer up the severe grades of the Davis Dam in Nevada. Off-road capability was enhanced by almost eight inches of maximum ground clearance and an advanced all-wheel-drive system that automatically divided torque between the front and rear axles.


    Escape featured lightweight, unibody construction, MacPherson front struts, independent rear suspension and rack-and-pinion steering system for agile handling and improved ride comfort. Únderhood, Escape featured either a four-cylinder or V-6 engines for impressive fuel economy –which was further enhanced with the Escape Hybrid in 2004. The advanced all-wheel drive system also provided all-weather traction by instantly transferred toque to the rear wheels.

    This unique combination of benefits catapulted the Escape to the top of the compact SÚV segment in its first full year of production – selling 164,184 units in the 2001 calendar year.

    2001 Ford Escape: Small SUV for Big-City Lifestyles

    The all-new Ford Escape — with unibody construction and go-anywhere four-wheel-drive capabilities — provides refined ride and handling, an outstanding package, good fuel economy and low emissions in a small, tough SÚV that’s versatile enough for the most active lifestyles and easily maneuverable in urban traffic.

    Introduced today at the 2000 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Ford’s newest sport utility vehicle marks the company’s expansion into the growing small SÚV segment. Sales in that segment have more than doubled in the Únited States in the last four years, from 1995 sales of 250,000 vehicles to well over 500,000 through the end of 1999.

    ‘ Ford pioneered the modern SÚV market with the Explorer in 1991. Since then, SÚV sales in the Ú.S. have climbed an average of 17 percent per year,’ explains Jim O’Connor, Ford Division president and vice president of Ford Motor Company. ‘The 2001 Escape provides a logical extension of the Ford SÚV family and will help us maintain our proven leadership by providing customers with a bold new choice in the small SÚV market.’


    The new Ford Escape, smaller than the best-selling Ford Explorer, is designed to appeal to younger buyers as well as the ‘young at heart’ — drivers who want fun, agile, sporty, durable yet affordable transportation for their active lifestyles.

    The 2001 Ford Escape offers customers:

    • Sport styling with rugged capability for off-road driving

    • Most spacious interior package in its class at 132.9 cubic feet with versatility for carrying cargo as well as passengers

    • Driving safety and confidence

    • A capable vehicle designed, tested and built to Ford truck standards


    ‘We believe Escape will appeal to a wide variety of consumers, including those who have not owned an SÚV before, but whose life’s activities now require the space and versatility that an SÚV provides. Those people might not consider a larger SÚV, but Escape will provide them with the perfect solution,’ says O’Connor. ‘Whether they are young singles, newlyweds, small families or empty nesters, the Escape will be an affordable and fun option that will allow them to do all of the things that they enjoy such as skiing, camping and biking.’

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    Road Test Results

    Owner Reports

    Although classified as a small SUV, Escape’s relatively spacious interior stretches the definition of small. Offering a strong V6 and good handling, Escape delivers good ride quality Developed side-by-side with the Mazda Tribute, differences in ride quality plus certain differences in interior trim led us to rate the Escape slightly higher than the Tribute.

    In most cases, automotive warranties are based on the vehicle identification number (VIN), and the warranty will be valid regardless of ownership. The dealership can tell you exactly how much warranty is left.

    • 5-speed Manual
    • 4-speed Automatic
    • 2-liter 4 (127 hp)
    • 3-liter V6 (201 hp)

    Owner Reported Trouble Spots

    The Reliability score is based on our latest subscriber survey of 2001 Ford Escape owners. The owner comments describe problems respondents experienced with this vehicle.

    Power Equipment

    Cruise control, clock, warning lights, body control module, keyless entry, wiper motor or washer, tire pressure monitor, interior or exterior lights, horn, gauges, 12V power plug, remote engine start, alarm or security system

    What Owners Say

    «Alternator failure. Stranded on the road. Flat-bedded to service»

    «needed new battery and alternator»

    «Check Engine light indicates a problem with individual coils on cyllinders 2 and 4, This requires an expensive and labor intensive project to replace them»

    «coil failure when acceleration is needed»

    «Three coils replaced at 55000 miles»

    «Replace all COP (coil on plug)»

    «spark plug needed replaced»

    «not starting, when started, does not continue to idle, unexpected acceleration»

    «wire to fuel pump shorted. took to Ford dealerships and repaired. Somewhere in the wiring there is still a short which runs down the battery overnight. leave battery disconnected until corrected»

    «This cost me the most to diagnose and fix. Finally had to replace harness -too many clips broken to fix individually- by my son»

    «Fuel Pump & Transmission Flush»

    «Erratic starting problem currently. May be solinoid or starter relay»

    Fuel System

    Check engine light, sensors (includes O2 or oxygen sensor), emission control devices (includes EGR), engine computer, engine computer, fuel cap, fuel gauge/sender, fuel injection system, fuel pump, fuel leaks, stalling or hesitation.

    What Owners Say

    «Fuel cap (factory installed) leaked and had to be replaced; computer reset»

    «Leaking fuel, needed replacement»

    «Fuel pump had to be replaced just quit working, stranding us at the Store. Towed vehicle home replaced fuel pump without taking the fuel tank out access panel under back seat real easy to fix but expensive for pump»

    «Fuel pump (replacement for factory original) failed and had to be replaced»

    «engine quit. need to repair fuel system»

    «fuel pump went out suddenly. Second time in two years»

    «Fuel pump needed to be replaced»

    «Escape kept stalling the day prior to failing. Went to a customer’s house and afterwards the Escape would not start and left me stranded»

    «Two where self distruct»

    «Biggest problem is with mixer fuel»

    Climate System

    Blower (fan) motor, A/C compressor, condenser, evaporator, heater system, automatic climate control, refrigerant leakage, electrical failure.

    What Owners Say

    «A/C stopped working completely last summer (2014). Auto shop said they will go ahead and replace all parts while they are at it at a cost of about $950»

    «It just broke. time for a new one after 12 years. that’s pretty good»

    «see comments for the coolant»

    «Replaced in 2012 and hoses checked. Still won’t maintain a charge. Control knob broken so unable to change from pointing to windshield or into cabin»

    «had to replace A/C cost approx $1,200»

    «Noisy and inefficient. Once changed and now after 2 years it has to be changed again»

    «System leaks out the coolant in a few hours. Blows hot air»

    «Repaired several times. Never fixed»

    «I have had ongoing issues with the A/C for most of the life of the vehicle. Every time they repair it, it lasts for a while and eventually peters out. I have paid to service coolant leaks and the compressor many times, but the fixes never last long»

    «I have to load refrigerant three times during a summer»

    Engine Minor

    Accessory belts and pulleys, engine computer, engine mounts, engine knock or ping, oil leaks.

    What Owners Say

    «Engine knocks and seems to slip at speeds over 30-35 mph»

    «All of the motors seals had to be replaced»

    «Rear seals and small oil leaks oil pan etc»

    «engine collects oil and dirt»

    «oil leaks in various under car locations»

    «very small leak but smell comes thru air conditioner when car is at very slow speeds»

    «Faulty gasket leaks oil and affects oil pressure»

    Body Integrity

    Squeaks, rattles, wind noises, loose or cracked seals and/or weather-stripping, air and water leaks.

    What Owners Say

    «Just general old vehicle noises»

    «unsure source on noise. Also appear to have vacuum leak, possible brake»

    «Dr the top of the line mod there is entirely to much noise, both road and body parts. Also getting re also fixed has been a problem»

    «We tried everything to fix the noise but no luck»

    «It is noticable when driving down the road, and something one has to get used to»

    «Seals around doors are shot. Have not felt a need to replace them, as it does not seem to impact road noise or water penetration»

    «Both running boards rusted to the point that they had to be removed. The inside decorations on the back doors, came loose and had to be regaled on»

    Paint (fading, chalking, cracking, or peeling), loose interior and exterior trim or moldings, rust.

    What Owners Say

    «This car came with factory installed running boards. They have completely rusted through and fallen off. The mounting brackets are mouinted with bolts that have undersize heads and they are rusted tight and impossible to get off»

    «Left rear quarter panel rusted through to door opening»

    «The car has had way to much rust. Several recalls for braces that cause steering problems. Brake lines rotted and broke almost causing a disastrous wreck. Metal shield around gas tank is rusting away. I had to remove running boards because they were»

    «Rusted thru from the inside at both rear wheel wells along top and front»

    «Rusted out door bottoms and rocker panels»

    «rust in all four doorways»

    Suspension

    Shocks or struts, ball joints, tie rods, wheel bearings, alignment, steering linkage (includes rack and pinion), power steering (pumps and hoses, leaks), wheel balance, springs or torsion bars, bushings, electronic or air suspension.

    What Owners Say

    «Ball joints were clunking and they were replaced»

    «replaced struts at 161000»

    «knocking when hitting bumps»

    «Had to replace the power steering rack and pinion and power steering switch»

    Transmission Major

    Transmission rebuild or replacement, torque converter, clutch replacement.

    What Owners Say

    «$3200 to repair automatic transmission. Lost 1st gear. Limped along for about before I got it repaired»

    «After I replaced the control arm, the ABS ring and the axel, my transmission began making loud screaching noises and eventually stopped moving»

    «replaced original transmission at 75K miles, second transmission around 160K miles»

    «No problem with the replacement, just the problem that required its replacement»

    «wore out, replaced»

    Muffler, pipes, catalytic converter, exhaust manifold, leaks.

    Ford Escape Engine and Performance Problems

    I am no mechanic, but I would definately replace the PCM with a new or factory reman unit. You may have re-programmed it but it does not mean it is working properly. If you say that it is running to rich and you have replaced all the possible culprits then the only thing left that controls fuel mixture and what not is the PCM.

    I bet you the PCM is doing all the fuss. JMO!

    After 40MPH the Escape doesn’t seem to be downshifting. If driven over a long ramp I can hear the engine rev up but the car doesn’t respond as usual. Driven slowly, you can barely notice any problems but as soon as the Escape enters a highway, it struggles. Any hints?

    thanks in advance

    Not knowing the magnitude of the «shake» I’ll volunteer this information.

    4 cylinder engines, I4 engines, are notorious for low speed vibration. Many «upscale» manufacturers use something called a «balance shaft» to help smooth out these vibrations. Obviously the lower the idle speed is the worse these vibrations will be felt within the cabin.

    Since two separate dealers have said the level you are expereincing is normal I’m afraid what is, is.

    «. idle speed seems way too slow..»

    Not that I disagree with you, but.

    Just how slow is too slow.

    We have all adapted over time and experience to an idle speed of

    But in truth what if the engine could be kept running, idling, at as little as 100RPM..in favor of improved FE.

    The new electronic engine controls might well be able to do that.

    And what, who’s is to suffer.

    Engine lubrication/oil pump. no.

    Engine cooling/water pump. no.

    Power stearing. (electric. ) .no.

    Battery charge. no.

    And coming soon. automatic engine start/stop. or should that be stop/start.

    I had a 2010 4 cyl Escape and never had that problem, but had lots of other problems, brakes, transmission, etc, rear hoot noise when accelerating from a stop. I have since gotten rid of it

    I believe the 2011 is just the same as the 2010.

    Not up to the standards of my 2005 Escape which had rear disc brakes and a full size spare mounted on a rim that matched what was on the other 4 wheels.

    I’m very very concerned about the mechanic you are using. First, the alternator would have nothing whatever to do with the misfire in the engine. It’s wierd you would be so conversant with the catalytic converters, glowing, front and back, etc., but not know that — whatever.

    If the cat was glowing, the exhaust wsa horribly rich, meaning a serious overload of fuel in the combustion chambers, more than just a 1 plug misfire would cause. So, it has to be fuel related, as in the injector computer is likely opening the injectors all fully, flooding the engine.

    Again, very concerned the mechanic can’t figure this out. If he has now ruined two cylinder’s compression, he has ruined your engine. You may have a cause of action against him if you take him to court. Not knowing who you use — I can’t say, but the problem seems clear from here — can’t understand how the mechanic can’t see that from under your hood.

    Best of luck — try someone else! :surprise:

    Yes, absent the inclusion of a balance shaft to damper those vibrations an I4 will exhibit your complaints, especially at idle.

    Ford Escape i 2001 2005

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    Mam problem z dwoma samochodami, mam nadzieję, że ktoś może mi pomóc

    Ford Escape 2001: W pierwszym początku rano, silnik zacznie się zmieniać jego przyspieszenie jest stałe na biegu jałowym, gdy temperatura osiąga notmalidad, silnik pracuje dobrze. Skaner mówi mi nadmiar recyrkulacji spalin. Co sprawia, że ​​mnie wątpliwości, że problem występuje tylko wtedy, gdy jest zimno.

    Ford escape 2005: Silnik nie zostanie uruchomiony, nie dostać sygnał do rozrusznika. Wskaźnik kradzieży świateł mi szybko kreska przerwami kiedy zaczynam. I wlasnie na rozłożenie spłaty i lalve oznacza, że ​​komputer nie jest w porządku. Również sygnały medi przełącznik napięcia wyjściowego i wejście anteny i zgodnie komputerowi HACA obsługi Wszelkie estábien. Będę bardzo wdzięczny za pomoc

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    ford escape 2001: Jeśli jest zimno, bo silnik potrzebuje bogatej mescla rozpoczęciem próby odłączenia resirculador Aver jako początek,

    ford escape2005: może zostać zablokowany lub uszkodzony uznanie chipa komputerowego.

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    Dziękuję bardzo, z Ford Escape 2005 jesteśmy lokalizacji komputera.

    Jeśli chodzi o Ford Escape 2001, odłączony system recyrkulacji i często nie może się równać, jak powiedziałem, problem ten nie tylko wtedy, gdy silnik jest zimny.

    przyspiesza i zwalnia do około 700 1000 rpm stale i od czasu do czasu 1500 rpm przyspiesza do utrzymania czas kontynuowania wyżej wymienionych zakresów.

    Dzięki za pomoc, jeśli ktoś może mi dać inny pomysł Naprawdę doceniam to

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    2001 Ford Escape, very rough idle and stalling.

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    I just got my 2001 Ford Escape XLT (V6) about a week ago. I’m having the same problems. Before this car, I had a 2002 Ford Escape XLT (V6) which I gave to my daughter. From my experience and what my mechanic has told me, it sounds like possible issues spark plug boots, spark plugs, and possibly vacuum leak(s).

    I’ve done some research on the web and found a few othter discussion threads which talk about the same thing. The following is what I think best sums up what my mechanic explained to me. I’ve yet to try this, but will as soon as I get the time.

    Check for vacuum leak. Also if it has over 80,000 miles on the odometer replace the spark plugs and plug wires.
    I just had my 04 Escape checked out at a mechanic and the computer said it was the egr valve. This started happening after I ran out of gas. The mechanic thinks that may have been part of the problem cause some junk may have made it past the fuel filter and gunked up the egr valve.

    — I would first check for vacuum leaks, then I would test or replace the IAC (idle air control), then if all checks out, do a compression test. All cylinders will have to be within 10 per cent of each other to have a steady idle. Note that the upper plastic intake will have to be removed to test the back bank.

    This guy is RIGHT it is a VACCUME LEAK! CHECK this out!
    Im not a mechanic but I have had the same problems with my 2001 Ford Escape. I changed the Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF sensor), Idle Air Control valve (IAC Valve), Positive Crankcase Ventalation Tube (PCV Tube) and nothing worked. You do need to check your PCV tube to see if it has collapsed if so change it $26 at Ford house. What finally fixed my car was when I changed out the upper and lower intake gaskets $9 at Auto Zone. 4 of my upper gaskets and 2 of my lower gaskets were leaking. If you do decide to change the gaskets out, replace your PCV valve $6 easy to get to once you remove the intake to get to the lower gaskets. Change your spark plugs out with factory Motorcraft plugs $4 a piece. I did all this and my Ford Escape runs like a charm. Hope this helps you out. If you do this yourself make sure ALL VACCUME HOSES are put back on.
    Vacuum leaks can be hard to find, I use WD40 instead of a smoker, whenever idle changes when spraying around hoses/motor, I have found my leak. Works everytime!

    Hey, before you tear everything apart, if you don’t have any warning lights on, disconnect the battery and leave it disconnected for about 5 minutes. Then reconnect it. This resets the computer. Mine ran smooth as silk after that. (2001 V6 Escape).

    Hi, I went through the same experience with my 2001 Ford Escape V6 3.0 XLS.
    I resolved, at least temporarily, with Techron additives. Details Below.

    In November a cold front came in and the Escape had issues in the morning, coughing sickly and stalling until she warmed up. I had to apply gas to prevent her from stalling until she warmed up. Engine light came on and multiple codes came up all indicating that it was running lean. Every morning it did this to some extent until I took action.
    Codes were: P1131, P0156, P0136, P0174, P0171, P1151

    I bought a bottle of the Techron Concentrate Plus ( 20 oz). When tank was about 1/8 full ( near empty), I put in full bottle and filled up with 93 Octane. Saw no difference until about most of the tank of gas was gone and then noticed improvement.
    Note: I live in the southeast, so temps had raised and it was hard to determine how much improvement had been made.
    Note2: I have been told that the Techron will eat at your lines and you should NOT use this regularly.
    Since fill up with Techron, all gas used is 93 Octane. Please note I have increased gas mileage with the 93 octane. Not much a little more than a mile a gallon. This offsets about 1/2 the increased cost for the better gas.
    I bought Techron Fuel Injector cleaner ( 12 oz) and watched the 10 day weather forecast. When I saw major cold weather coming, I put in the 12 oz of Techron Fuel Injector cleaner ( same as above). FYI, I put in like 14 gallons for the 12 oz. Before the cold weather came, we had gone through the tank with the fuel injector cleaner. Car seemed to be running real well, but the test was when multiple mornings where temps were in the 10 to 25 degree temperature range, and every morning she started up and had NO signs of running lean.
    The Engine light is still on, but I plan to reset it and see if comes back on.
    So in summary:
    1) Started using 93 Octane gas all the time
    2) Used Techron Concentrate plus ( 20 oz) bottle
    3) about 1 month later used 12 oz Techron Fuel Injector cleaner.
    Family loves driving the Escape and they are all happy campers. For now.

    FORD ESCAPE 2WD — 2001

    Pojemnosc 2.0l, skrzynia: Manual(M5) — 2001

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    Samochód marki FORD model ESCAPE 2WD, rok produkcji 2001 z czterocylindrowym silnkiem o pojemności skokowej 2.0 i liczbie zaworów: 16. Spalanie samochodu w mieście wynosi od 7 do 8 litrów na 100 kilometrów. Na trasie spalanie samochodu wynosi od 8 do 9 litrów na 100 kilometrów

    Rocznik: 2001
    Pojemność skokowa: 2.0 l
    Ilość cylindrów: 4
    Skrzynia biegów: Manual(M5)
    Napęd: na przednią oś (F)
    Rodzaj paliwa:
    Szacunkowy roczny koszt paliwa w oparciu o spalanie w cyklu mieszanym: 810
    Numer indentyfikacyjny silnika: 2.0E-F
    Zaworów na cylinder: 4
    Klasa samochodu: 22

    FORD ESCAPE 2WD zużycie paliwa (l/100km)
    Szacunkowe zużycie paliwa — miasto: 8 (l/100km)
    Szacunkowe zużycie paliwa — trasa: 9 (l/100km)
    Szacunkowe zużycie paliwa — cykl mieszany: 9 (l/100km)
    Zużycie paliwa — miasto: 7 (l/100km)
    Zużycie paliwa — trasa: 8 (l/100km)
    Zużycie paliwa — cykl mieszany: (l/100km)

    FORD ESCAPE 2WD zużycie paliwa (mil/galon)
    Szacunkowe zużycie paliwa — miasto: 28 (mil/galon)
    Szacunkowe zużycie paliwa — trasa: 25 (mil/galon)
    Szacunkowe zużycie paliwa — cykl mieszany: 26,0966 (mil/galon)
    Zużycie paliwa — miasto: 36,1466 (mil/galon)
    Zużycie paliwa — trasa: 29,8286 (mil/galon)
    Zużycie paliwa — cykl mieszany: R (mil/galon)

    FORD ESCAPE 2WD szacunkowy koszt przejechania 100 km. Rodzaj Paliwa: .
    Cena paliwa: zł z dnia

    Koszt przejechania 100 km w mieście: 0 zł
    Koszt przejechania 100 km na trasie: 0 zł
    Koszt przejechania 100 km w cyklu mieszanym: 0 zł

    FORD ESCAPE 2WD szacunkowy koszt przejechania 100 km. Rodzaj Paliwa: .
    Cena paliwa: zł z dnia

    Koszt przejechania 100 km w mieście: 0 zł
    Koszt przejechania 100 km na trasie: 0 zł
    Koszt przejechania 100 km w cyklu mieszanym: 0 zł

    FORD ESCAPE 2WD szacunkowy koszt przejechania 100 km. Rodzaj Paliwa: .
    Cena paliwa: zł z dnia

    Koszt przejechania 100 km w mieście: 0 zł
    Koszt przejechania 100 km na trasie: 0 zł
    Koszt przejechania 100 km w cyklu mieszanym: 0 zł

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