2019 Ford Edge 2.0 Engine Oil Capacity

The engine oil capacity of a 2019 Ford Edge 2.0 is 5.7 quarts. The EcoBoost 2.0-liter four-cylinder is one of two engine options for the 2019 Ford Edge.
Written by Mary Cahill
Reviewed by Christelle Agustin
A great way to save on routine maintenance costs for your 2019 Ford Edge 2.0 is to change the oil yourself. The 2019 Ford Edge 2.0’s engine capacity is 5.7 quarts. The EcoBoost 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder is one of two engine options for the 2019 Edge.  
If you’re feeling intimidated at the thought of changing your Ford SUV’s oil on your own—you shouldn’t be! Once you know how much oil your engine needs, plus the type of oil it takes, changing it isn’t too hard. To give you a hand, we’ve put together this guide to the engine oil specs for the 2019 Ford Edge 2.0 and the basic steps for changing the oil from the comfort of your driveway or garage. 

2019 Ford Edge 2.0 engine oil capacity

Details regarding the 2019 Ford Edge engine can be found in the
owner’s manual
, but if you’re specifically looking for the Ford Edge 2.0 engine oil capacity, we’ve got you covered—it’s 5.7 quarts.
All trims of the 2019 Ford Edge are fitted with an EcoBoost 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine except for the performance-focused, top-level trim
, which features a 2.7-liter turbocharged six-cylinder engine.
Keep in mind that the 2.0-liter engine designation doesn't refer to how much oil it can hold, it refers to the engine’s displacement.
Engine displacement
is the total volume of the engine’s cylinders and is a rough indicator of power.
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What kind of oil does a 2019 Ford Edge 2.0 need?

Ford recommends using Motorcraft® engine oil in their vehicles. The 2019 Ford Edge 2.0 takes
Motorcraft® SAE 5W-30 Premium Synthetic Blend Motor Oil
Oil types can be kind of confusing if you’re not familiar with how they’re classified. Here’s an overview of how things break down:
  • SAE refers to the Society of Automotive Engineers. The SAE is responsible for making sure engine oil classifications are the same all over the world. 
  • “5W-30” is the oil’s viscosity code. Viscosity is just another way of describing how thick an oil is. “0W” and “5W” are the thinnest oil viscosities. The “W” stands for “winter”. 
  • The number after the dash tells you how thick the engine oil will be when it reaches 212°F. A “20” or “30” after the dash means that the oil will keep its thin viscosity in very hot temperatures and very cold temperatures. 

How often to change the oil on a  2019 Ford Edge 2.0

Since the recommended oil type is a synthetic oil, you can drive 7,500 miles in between oil changes. Synthetic oil circulates better in your engine than conventional oil or synthetic blends, which is why they last longer. When you use conventional oil, it needs to be changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles
You should be checking the oil about once a month to make sure that it’s at the correct level, color, and consistency. Clean engine oil is amber-colored and semi-translucent. It’s normal for the oil to get darker over time, but if you notice that the oil is dark like the color of cola, or has taken on a gritty texture, it’s time for an oil change. 
Engine oil that’s not changed on time will eventually go from dark brown and gritty to black and sludgy. Oil in this condition is capable of causing some serious engine damage
Super dirty engine oil is just one sign that your Ford Edge 2.0 is due for an oil change. You may also notice issues with how your vehicle drives. If you notice the following symptoms while driving, an overdue oil change could be the problem. 
  • The engine is jumpy or lagging
  • You smell oil or burning while inside the vehicle
  • Smoke is coming from underneath the hood

How to change your oil and oil filter

First things first, gather up all the equipment you’re going to need to change the oil. Here’s what you should have:
  • Eye protection and work gloves
  • Car jack and jack stands
  • Drill to remove skid plate screws
  • 5.5 quarts of Motorcraft® SAE 5W-30 Premium Synthetic Blend Motor Oil
  • 15mm socket wrench
  • Oil filter wrench
  • Replacement
    oil filter
  • Oil funnel
  • Oil drain pan and shop towel
Now that you’ve got the tools, you can start changing the oil on your 2019 Fored Edge 2.0 by following these steps:
  • Park your Edge on a flat surface and raise it using the jack and jack stands
  • The large skid plate underneath the vehicle needs to be removed before you can access the oil drain plug. Use a drill to unscrew the bolts and take off the skid plate. 
  • With a 15mm socket wrench, loosen the oil drain plug then remove it by hand. Position the oil drain pan below to catch the oil spillage. 
  • As the oil drains, remove the rubber gasket from the oil drain plug, wipe the plug down with a shop towel and replace the gasket. 
  • Manually screw the oil drain plug back in—don’t over-tighten, or you may strip the threads! 
  • Use the oil filter wrench to loosen the oil filter and remove it by hand. Make sure the oil drain pan is positioned below. Check that the oil filter gasket isn’t stuck to the oil filter housing. 
  • Wipe down the oil filter housing area. Fill the new filter with fresh oil and coat the new gasket to ensure a tight seal. Screw the oil filter back in by hand until the filter is firmly in place. 
  • Pop the hood and use the oil funnel to fill the engine with clean oil. Allow the engine to run for 45 seconds, then use the dipstick to check the oil level. If the oil is below the dipstick’s hash marks, top it off until it's in the correct range. 
That’s all there is to it! Once the job’s done, be sure to properly dispose of the old engine oil. If you
bring old oil to a local automotive parts store
, they will often safely dispose of it on your behalf. 
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