Select your year and Ford model. All of Chilton's online content for the 2000 Ford Explorer is updated monthly, so you'll have the most recent information on hand for any Do-It-Yourself project. This vehicle stays on the road in bad snow storms!! I bought it in January 2014 with only 63k miles showing. I think the wheel base was changed in the 02's gave it more stability. Handling could be iffy, car could easily go out of control if one oversteers.
Get access to our 2000 Ford Explorer repair information right now, online. Interior room for driver and front seat passenger is surprisingly tight, but the back seat and cargo area are very spacious. Just gotta be really careful. Select your year and Ford model. I have been very scrupulous in regular oil and other fluid changes.
Fuses and relays are usually shown in roadside emergencies. Car still looks good when cleaned up. I am hoping to get to 200K miles or more. Located right side underneath hood. The books they have there are better than the ones you can buy at most auto parts stores, and might have the diagram you need. If the Check Engine light remains on, have your vehicle serviced, engine misfire is occurring which could damage your catalytic converter, you should drive in a moderate fashion avoid heavy acceleration, deceleration and have your vehicle serviced first available. Still has good body integrity, step bars are starting to rust.
Warnings provide information which may reduce risk personal, injury and prevent possible damage to others, your vehicle its, there are no particular breaking-in rules for your vehicle, necessary to give the moving parts a chance break in. I have about 93,000 miles on it and hope to keep it running for a while longer. I follow the Owner's Manual for scheduled maintenance. You will find diagrams … and lists for the fuse box and power distribution box. My only problems were a leaky intake manifold gasket Ford should have fixed this under warrant, but didn't - you lost marks, there guys, especially when you changed the wrong part first and charged me for that too.
The brakes lasted about 70 000 miles, and were changed out at a Brake and Muffler shop - sorry Ford, your rates are just too high. Good value for the money if you don't mind seeing 100 others on the road beside you. And where can I hang a garbage bag?? Currently, most of the ow … ner's manuals back to 1996 are available to view Check out the website www. Use it every day plus on trips. I have been on cross-country trips numerous times and it has never let me down. The lumbar support adjustment in the drivers' seat no longer works - I suppose I could try to fix it but haven't bothered.
. I have used it as a second vehicle and it now has 76k on the odometer, August 2016 Anyway, this car is like putting on a comfy pair of slippers. If you are looking for a no frills get you around car, this may be for you. The auto 4x4 seems to respond well to wheel spin in wet conditions, although it is not instantaneous. There has never been enough storage - the glove box is too small, ditto the box between the seats, and the little holders in the doors aren't good for much. Before you drive your vehicle, please read Owner's Guide carefully, your vehicle is not a passenger car, failure to operate this vehicle correctly may result in loss control an, be sure to read Driving off road in the Driving chapter well.
Got between 17 and 20 mpg too. If not, then the dealer will be about the only place left you will b … e able to find it. Pull panel cover outward to access the fuses. My friends and family all love it and ask to borrow it all the time. A good source of information for Ford Explorers can be found Posted on Oct 25, 2008 Nicholas, Fuse box info. The information found in this guide was in effect at time printing, ford may change the contents without notice without incurring, notice to owners of pickup trucks utility type vehicles, utility vehicles have a significantly higher rollover rate than.
Select your Ford model Expedition. Open side Power Distribution Center: in the engine compartment. It is predictable, dependable and reliable. It's almost impossible to see it with the hood installed, and even tougher to reach it. Car has been very reliable - oil changes, brakes, new tires, maintenance stuff.
That hose makes a 90 degree bend and goes around to the rear of the motor. Car is comfortable, driven on long trips and not tiring. Manual Description Photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system translation, in whole or part is not permitted without written authorization Ford Motor Company, ford may change the contents without notice without incurring obligation, copyright © Ford Motor Company. The engine has great acceleration and plenty of power to tow as well. Original tranny and V-8 engine operate as new.
Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info. I love this car overall, has 120K+ miles - going for 125K+. Hoping to drive my Explorer to 225K and then buy another one. It now has 182K miles. Pulled a 5x8 trailer from Vegas to Iowa and couldn't even tell it was back there! The large sunroof is great, too. Also, I bought a real oil pressure gauge, the original one being nothing more than an analog idiot light, but was thwarted from installing it because the engine would have to be removed to access the pressure metering point.