The Brake Fluid Reservoir Is Full, So The Brake Fluid Is Not Low. The service break system light and message came on monday, the 2nd time I drove it, on the way to work. It Occurs As A Sudden Release Of Braking Pressure While Stepping On The Brake Pedal To Slow Down. I Did The System Check Available On The Vehicle And The Brake Fluid Was Shown As Ok. Extremely short front-seat bottoms can impair comfort, but back support is fine. The ice turns off while braking at speeds below 40mph so that is probably related. Happened now more than 10 times.
They Have Given Me Concern About The Safety Of The Vehicle And Caused Me Inconvenience And Expenses For Repair. Inside is a momentary switch. Complaint Number: 10573849 Incident Date: March 17, 2014 Date Added to File: March 20, 2014 Description of the Complaint: My 2006 escape hybrid suddenly lost braking power, occurring as I attempted to slow to exit off of I-95 to my home. Complaint Number: 10917223 Incident Date: October 18, 2016 Date Added to File: October 18, 2016 Description of the Complaint: Abs light comes on. The Problem Happens Randomly And Without Warning.
Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. June 09, 2013 The Contact Owns A 2006 ford escape Hybrid. I Applied My Brakes But The Peddle Went To The Floor. This Is Sometimes Followed By A Yellow Abs Light And Red Brake Light Warning. I Stopped At A Gas Station But It Turned Off. They told me I should of gotten the extended warranty and I told them they should make a better product. When I Came To A Stop, The service Brake System Code Came On And Chimed.
The contact had to apply the emergency brake in order to stop the vehicle. Thankfully, Besides Being Scared To Death, I Was Ok. The problem will occur again and again while driving. The clerk went to the back and brought out a replacement slide it was a 7. I am now afraid to drive it.
I had to jam my foot to the floor and cover the emergency brake in case I needed it, and thankfully I was the first car at the light so there was no accident. My mechanic, who I trust impeccably was baffled by the whole thing and asked that we send the car to a dealership. May 12, 2010 I Was Driving Approximately 40 Miles Per Hour, Approaching A Red Light And Busy Intersection. The Skiing Light Came On For About 2 Seconds, Vehicle Motion Stopped, Then The Abs Light Came On And Got A Message On Dash The Get Bake System serviced. It occurs as a sudden release of braking pressure while stepping on the brake pedal to slow down.
Had not had any problems with this vehicle in the past. I pulled over and turned the car off. I see there is a recall for windshield wipers. This Vehicle Has Only 91,589 Miles On It And The Whole Hydraulic System Is Failing. Brakes then released and got soft and would not stop vehicle. I then started the car up and moved a little bit forward and depressed the brake pedal and everything worked fine.
Watch air flow arrows down and side in new filter. I stopped to calm myself and decide if it was possible to get to town. Shop Informed Me Abs Light Still On So They Put Car On Computer And Found It To Be The Sensor On The Brake Axle. The Typical Incident Involves A Malfunctioning Of The Abs And 4×4 Systems, With Warning Lamps Lighting Up Indicating That There Is A Danger Of Skidding And Loss Of Vehicle Control. I Have Placed A Call To The Dealer But Have Not Heard Back Yet. . For the first time, four-cylinder models were available with an optional automatic transmission.
About 6 weeks later the problem happened again and kept happening. I did the system check available on the vehicle and the brake fluid was shown as ok. Snap On was the only supplier that had one by the way. Complaint Number: 10291201 Incident Date: November 5, 2009 Date Added to File: November 6, 2009 Description of the Complaint: Catastropic failure of the brakes. Took the car to our Ford dealers service department where they ran a diagnostics test. The abs light and a message indicating 'regen system disabled' came on.