I'VE HAD THIS TRUCK FOR 18 MOS. EACH
MONTH SUMTHING ELSE GOES WRONG. MOST
RECENTLY THE TIE RODS, LASTTIME THE AIR
COMPRESSOR FOR THE AIR RIDE. BEFORE
THAT THE WINDSHEILD LEAKED AND FRIED
SOME ELECTRONICS ( TO THE TUNE OF
1800.00). CAN'T WAIT TO SEE WHATS NEXT.
GUESS IT'S A GOOD THINGWE PUT LESS THAN
200 MI. A WEEK ON IT.
17 INCH WHEELS WITH 4WD FOR THE WINTER
MONTHS AND THE STERIO WITH CD CHANGER.
I am approaching 200,000 miles... as
the saying goes, "takes a licking,
keeps on ticking"... that's my Ford.
Tough truck. I've put a few bucks into
replacing parts here and there, but
it's expected at 200K miles! I highly
recommend this tank.
Cargo room galore! Spacey seats. Rear
air/heat controls. CD changer.
I have had my Expedition for 3 years
now and haven't have any major
problems. I bought it used with 67K
miles and have just turned 140K. We
have been from our home in south
Louisiana to northern Tennessee and it
is my wife daily driver to work. To
date I have replaced the shift cable
and recently have had some emissions
problems but other than that it's a
The rear air is great. I like the 3rd
seat since I have 4 kids but if you
have a smaller family then the seat is
in the way. It is generally comfortable
on long trips. The 4.6 is a good engine
if you don't tow heavy loads.
I like the new fold flat seats on the
2003+ but for now I'll stick with mine.
Do-it-yourselfers will cuss the
location of the #4 and #8 Spark-plugs
so they could be made to reach easier.
Bought used w/33000 miles. Replaced
engine at 107000. All kinds of minor
electrical problems. Replaced heater
core. Runs/rides great on highway.
Snow no problem. Great visibility 360
degrees. Wife loves it.
Size w/visibility. Runs smooth. 5.4L
moves it right along. Lots of room
inside to stretch out on trips. Really
is a pleasure to drive.
Hard to change headlights and plugs.
Improve electrical system. Work on
wind noise problems.