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Old 12-09-2010, 10:09 AM
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2010 Escape, Scratches on windows ?

Hi All, This my first post,
Has anyone else noticed scratches on the windows of their newer Escapes ? We hardly open the windows on our 2010 Escape, but have noticed scaratches on both front windows. I would guess they are caused by something in the outside weatherstrip.
I haven't been back to the dealer on this problem yet. I would think that this should be covered under warranty ? Other than that, We like everything about this Escape.
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Old 12-09-2010, 11:13 PM
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Hi All, This my first post,
Has anyone else noticed scratches on the windows of their newer Escapes ? We hardly open the windows on our 2010 Escape, but have noticed scaratches on both front windows. I would guess they are caused by something in the outside weatherstrip.
I haven't been back to the dealer on this problem yet. I would think that this should be covered under warranty ? Other than that, We like everything about this Escape.
Thanks Ed
A number of owners have had the weather strips replaced because of this on '09s. There is a TSB on the problem.
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Thanks for the reply and that TSB. Would anyone happen to know the number of it ??
I did a search and did find that this is happening to quite a few owners.

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Thanks for the reply and that TSB. Would anyone happen to know the number of it ??
I did a search and did find that this is happening to quite a few owners.

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TSB 09-20-15
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2010 Escape with driver window scratching

My 2010 Escape has had an issue with the driver side window scratching when it is opened and closed since I drove it off the lot. I complained for the last four years about it and the service department said there is nothing they can do it has maybe some sand or a rock in it. I see many of the same model Escapes with the same issue. I am now past regular Ford warranty and being told I may now have to pay to fix the issue.
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My 2010 Escape has had an issue with the driver side window scratching when it is opened and closed since I drove it off the lot. I complained for the last four years about it and the service department said there is nothing they can do it has maybe some sand or a rock in it. I see many of the same model Escapes with the same issue. I am now past regular Ford warranty and being told I may now have to pay to fix the issue.
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Welcome to the forum, Maggie Smith. How many miles are on your Escape? When was the last time your dealership checked this out? I'll see what I can do to help.

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