Does the 2011 Ford Escape have transmission problems?

Suppose your 2011 Ford Escape seems to rev too high when shifting gears, with a slipping transmission, this means your clutches might be burning out. Worn-out crutches are the most common cause of transmission problems in a 2011 Ford Escape.

Does the Ford Escape have transmission problems?

Overall, Ford Escapes are slightly more prone to problems (most notably, transmission problems) than similar models of similar years. The Ford Escape has a total of 4,167 reported issues on, with transmission issues accounting for many of those.

What does a transmission sound like when it’s slipping?

The unmistakable “grinding gears” sound is the most common noise you might hear to let you know there is a transmission issue (or that you are not shifting properly in a manual transmission vehicle). There may be other sounds like whining or significant vibrations that can be signs of transmission problems.

How many miles will a 2011 Ford Escape last?

How Long Do Ford Escapes Last? With careful handling and routine patience, Ford Escape mileage can last up to 250,000. The average is about 130,000 miles.

Are there any problems with the Ford Escape?

Ford Escape owners have reported 38 problems related to transmission noise (under the power train category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Ford Escape based on all problems reported for the Escape.

Why is my transmission not working on my Ford Escape?

Vehicle could move and change gears, but not accelerate to drive, turned vehicle off and had it towed to mechanic. Mechanic diagnosed it as a transmission issue. Vehicle is currently in the shop for a more thorough diagnosis and possible repair. Vehicle had 104,000 miles on it at the time of incident.

Why is there a rattling noise in my Ford Escape?

During test drive following replacement, Ford dealer mechanic identified a rattling noise. This noise was not heard prior to the failure but may have been present during the transmission failure but not heard because of the sudden loss of power/ability to accelerate while driving in traffic.

Why does my Ford Escape make a whine when I start it?

Your Escape’s serpentine belt is responsible for taking the motion from the crankshaft, and using it to turn all of your accessories. When it goes bad, it’ll cause a high pitched whine. This is particularly true when you first start the vehicle. There’s more on this in the whines while starting section directly below.