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1998 Ford Explorer Consumer Discussions

1998 Ford Explorer
I have a 1998 Ford Explorer Sport. My check engine light is on. I ran the code checker and it popped up three codes. One is showing an issue with the fuel/air mixture and recommends replacing O2 senso...

My 1998 Explorer XLT has 170,000 miles on it. I get a full tune-up every 50k (change all the fluids and spark plugs), get the oil changed every 3,000 miles and have only had one major problem (rear di...

I would like to purchase the 2014 Explorer to replace my 1998 Mountaineer but am unsure as to how the new electronically controlled drive train will function in deep, loose sand. With my current vehi...

My 1998 Explorer automatic door lock remote will not open my driver's door sometimes. You can hear it click but it will not unlock the lock. I've changed the battery in the remote but still the proble...

I have a 2005 Ford Explorer XLS and the transmission went out at 43,000 miles. Did not purchase the extended warranty because this was my second Ford Explorer (1998) and did not have any problems. T...

I had bought Fords exclusively since 1990 owning a 1990 Probe, 1992 Ford Escort, 1993 Ford Ranger, 1997 Ford Explorer, 1998 Mercury Mountaineer, 2000 Ford Focus, and the 2005 Ford Freestyle. Never ag...

Explorer/Expedition depreciation has increased steadily since about 1998, but it now matches the domestic competition whereas it used to be much better than. For example, in 1998, you could do a 4 yea...

1998 explorer -Has anyone had a problem with electric door locks cycling on there own. I shut the front door and the door lock/ unlock system started cycling constantly. Only way to stop was to hold t...

1998 ford explorer sport auto...

1998 Explorer XLT with 5.0 liter with 100k miles. At 35k, receiver/dryer replaced due to rusting out (original wrapped in foam by Ford...). Has worked fine ever since....

My 2001 Ford Explorer sport need new tires, I found a great deal on some used tires on a 1998 Explorer 4door but when I swapped the tires the wheels from 98 hit on the front break calipers. they were...

I had a 1998 Explorer XLT 4WD that I bought new in August 1998. It was a decent truck but I did have some problems with it, including an ongoing musty smell in the HVAC system. Over the three years ...

I have a lifted 98 Explorer with much larger tires. I also have a bored and stroked 5.0 which now displces 5.4ltrs. I have AFR 185s with customised Torque Monster Headers. All forged internals from Ni...

The EB Expedition and Navigator had Electronic Climate since 1998, as did the EB Explorer and Mountaineer in the upscale version. The new Explorer and Expedition have independent rear suspension, all...
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