99 Explorer, tie rod end replace 37K
By tipman053 on
1999 Ford Explorer XLT 4dr SUV 4WD
At 37000 miles all four tie rod ends
needed to be replaced. This seems too
soon. The cup holders and extra
storage in the front area is extremely
poor. Driver seat does not go back far
enough for leg and arm comfort.
Performance is very good, and gas
mileage is surprisingly good for such
a large vehicle. Side to side rocking
on rough roads seems excessive.
Outside styling, rear interior area
functionality. Highway gas mileage.
More than sufficient power.
Redesign front interior spaces for
better driver comfort (seat needs to
adjust back farther). Improve cup
holders and storage space in front