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2013 Ford Escape S FWD 4dr

2013 Ford Escape
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Front Wheel Drive, Sport Utility Vehicle, Sport Utility Vehicle - 2WD
22 mpg city / 31 mpg hwy
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After a test drive in overcast, I bought and drove subject vehicle into desert sunlight and was surprised to see the data display fade in glare from overhead. I've built a black h...
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how do i change back spark plugs
does the plastic intake have water jacketing and do i have to take it off to change plugs
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My CD player is jammed. What to do?
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oil type. oil filter type, restart oil sensor indicator
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How much is the cost to have a transmission service done?
I need to know the cost to have my filter, flush with synthetic oil for my transmission would cost me?
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