Ford Kuga:  Bad Sway Bar Links (Common Symptoms)

  Sway bar links are responsible for connecting your Ford Kuga’s sway bar to the chassis.  The job of a sway bar is to eliminate body roll by helping the tires keep better contact with the road, which improves the handling characteristics of your Kuga.  If you have a bad sway bar link, your vehicle … Read more

Ford Kuga Shuts Down While Driving (Common Causes)

  If your Ford Kuga is shutting down while driving, it’s a real safety hazard.  Vehicles are a lot harder to control without power brakes or steering.   Ford Kuga Shuts Down When Driving: Top Causes Directly below is a list of the most common reasons why your Kuga would randomly die while driving.  It … Read more

Ford Kuga:  Brake Lights Not Working Diagnosis

  Brake lights are one of the most critical safety features that your Ford Kuga has.  They let other drivers know when you are slowing down, and that they need to slow down too.  If your brake lights aren’t working, you’re way more likely to get rear ended than normal.  The good news is that … Read more

Ford Kuga: What’s Causing That Rotten Egg Smell?

  One of the most undervalued diagnostic tools is the human nose.  There’s a lot our nose can tell us about a vehicle with a few quick sniffs.  If you happen to smell a rotten egg smell coming from your Ford Kuga, it is certainly a cause for concern.  It is most commonly associated with … Read more

Ford Kuga: “Check Fuel Inlet” Causes

  “Check Fuel Inlet” is one of the most common warning messages that the Ford Kuga will produce.  Really, what this message means is check the fuel cap.  More than likely, it hasn’t been secured.  It will often show up even though the fuel cap appears to be on and secured, that’s what this article … Read more

Ford Kuga Dies After Starting Diagnosis

  It can be very disconcerting if your Ford Kuga is starting and then dies.  It is most likely caused by some type of issue with the electrical or fuel system.  But, there can be other causes as well. Your Kuga’s engine needs 3 things constantly and in the proper proportion to keep running. Air … Read more

Ford Kuga: Brake Lights Stuck On → Diagnosis

  It is both frustrating and unsafe to drive your Ford Kuga if the brake lights are stuck on.  The most common reason that they stay on is a brake light switch that has failed.   How Brake Lights Work Brake lights work by having an electric current sent to the brake pedal switch at … Read more

Ford Kuga: Shaking When Accelerating → Diagnosis

  One of the more common issues that can occur is a vehicle that shakes when accelerating.  If your Ford Kuga is shaking when accelerating, it’s something that should not be ignored.  While the vibration can be annoying, it is often indicative of a serious problem.   Speed Matters Vehicle speed matters when you feel … Read more

Ford Kuga:  Lifter Ticking Diagnosis

  One of the most annoying things that you can coming from under the hood of your Ford Kuga is a ticking lifter.  The ticking noise makes it sound like the engine is going to give up the ghost at any time.  There are a few things that can cause a lifter to tick, such … Read more