A Ford Edge class action lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. The plaintiffs allege that the vehicle’s flexplates cause the engine to stall and buck. The suit claims that the area between the crankshaft’s circular bolt pattern and the torque converter shatters after a separation event. These events are the result of a compromised area around the ring gear. The company replaced the flexplates but this did not fix the problem.

According to the complaint, the flexplates on the EcoBoost engines are ineffective.

The replacement flexplates crack just like the original ones, causing the engine to stall or make a rattling noise. Several plaintiffs filed the suit, including James and Christie Ranum, who purchased a certified used 2015 Ford Edge Titanium in January 2017. Christopher Straub, who leased a new 2015 Ford Edge, filed a similar lawsuit in North Carolina.

The lawsuit was filed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan by James and Christie Ranum. It was also filed by Barbat Mansour Suciu & Tomina PLLC, Greg Coleman Law PC, and Whitfield Bryson LLP. The trial began on June 20, 2017, and is scheduled to last until early August. If you or someone you know has had a problem with your Ford Edge, you may be eligible for a settlement. You may be eligible for compensation. If you qualify, you may be eligible for a settlement with Ford.

In the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, a class action lawsuit has been filed against Ford over the Ford Edge’s flexplates.

The suit was filed by plaintiffs James and Christie Ranum, and they are represented by Barbat Mansour Suciu & Tomina PLLC, Greg Coleman Law PC, and Whitfield Bryson LLP. However, the case is still in the early stages.

The Ford Edge class-action lawsuit is being brought in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. The complaint is named in the case: “Straub et al. v. Ford Motor Company.” It was also filed in Florida and North Carolina. The plaintiffs hired attorneys from the firm Barbat Mansour Suciu & Tomina PLLC. Both firms filed lawsuits on behalf of their clients.

The Ford Edge class-action lawsuit was filed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

It was filed by James and Christie Ranum and other plaintiffs who claim that their vehicles stalled because the flexplates were defectively designed. The flexplates are also the cause of the rattling noises. The rattling noises they experienced before stalling are the subject of a Ford Edge class action.

The Ford Edge class action lawsuit has been filed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. The plaintiffs’ attorneys are James and Christie Ranum, Barbat Mansour Suciu & Tomina PLLC, and Whitfield Bryson LLP. The firm has acted as lead counsel for the plaintiffs. The case is pending before the court and a judge must grant the suit in the appropriate jurisdiction.

To pursue a successful lawsuit against Ford, the plaintiffs must prove that the product has been defective.

The lawsuits must be filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. The case can be consolidated in multiple courts of law, as it was for Ranum in the other cases. The Ford Edge class action has been filed by three plaintiffs, including James and Christie Ranum. The plaintiffs have retained the legal services of Barbat Mansour Suciu & Tomina PLLC, Greg Coleman Law PC, and Whitfield Bryson LLP.

The Ford Edge lawsuit is a class-action suit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the owners of a Ford Edge lease. It claims that the flexplates on the Ford Edge leased vehicles have violated the warranty of the company. The flexplate is a pillar-mounted component in the vehicle. In addition to being a major source of friction and heat, the flexplate can also result in several other problems besides the vehicle’s durability.

7 comments

  1. Hi My name is Toni Marie Kurdes I also own a 2017 Ford Edge Titanium and having a problem with the Flex Plate… can you please contact me
    Thank You very much
    Toni Marie Kurdes

  2. My 2016 Ford Edge has been diagnosed with this Flexplate crack, Torque Converter and Transmission Front pump to be replaced due this crack. Where is the lawsuit at now? Can I be added?

  3. hi can someone please call me about this class action suit because I would like to be added to it because my 2016 ford edge sport has flywheel issues and the repairs are monumental

  4. My 2018 Ford Edge, 91,000 miles is leaking anti freeze into the #1 spark plug cylinder and my dealer will not repair or replace the engine, what can I do?

  5. I just paid $5700 to have the engine replaced in my 2016 Ford Edge Titanium because the coolant was leaking into the engine. Could some reachout to me?

  6. Hello – we paid $4K for a flexplate repair this past summer on our Ford Escape. How do we recieve information regarding this claim or to be included as well?

  7. I have a 2019 Ford Edge had to replace engine because coolant leak! Now with 3000 miles on new engine, coolant leak again!

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