Can’t start your Ford Edge due to a dead battery? Learn how to fix the problem by jump-starting the Ford battery using a jump-starter box.
What you will need
- Jump Starter Box
- or Jumper Cables
Remove the emergency key from the remote key fob and use it to unlock the driver’s door.
Ensure the parking brakes are engaged, and ignition is turned off.
Pull the hood release under the dashboard to release the hood. Open the hood.
Locate the positive (+) terminal and connect the positive (red) jump lead.
Determine a ground connection and connect the negative (-) lead. Do not connect directly to the negative battery terminal.
Press unlock on your key to ensure the car is powered up and the alarm system is disabled. Go inside and start the car by pressing the START button with the keyfob. If your Ford Edge doesn’t start, check the jump starter clamps. Wiggle the clamps a little to ensure they are making good contact.
- Use only the recommended jump-starting terminals.
- Do not allow the positive clamp to touch metal parts other than the dedicated + terminal.
We hope you find the Ford Edge Jump Start Dead Battery guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Ford Edge.
Thanks for these details instructions. My Edge battery died due to the cold weather and needed to jump it to take it to the shop. Even the owners manual didn’t provide such great instructions.