The Ford Explorer is a great SUV for family vacations because of its spacious interior and large volume for cargo. It has a 300 hp turbocharged engine with a capacity of 2.3 liters and four cylinders.
As is true with every car, you might notice some problems with your Ford Explorer. After all, it’s a family vehicle and you will be using it quite a lot. These can all usually be solved by perusing the car manual and applying troubleshooting protocols.
Some of these problems include engine misfires which can result in a burning smell under the hood, rear wipers not working well because they get bent out of shape (and hence don’t touch the rear window). At times, the rear wipers may even stop working altogether due to a mechanical or electrical failure inside the rear wiper motor which requires replacement.
Other common problems include ticking noises which can be the result of cracked exhausts. Fortunately, all it takes is a little read through the owner manual and some DIY repairs to get your car working in perfect condition.
Its a mid-size SUV manufactured by Ford Motors Company with its assembly plant located in Chicago.
Its models ranges from 1999 Ford Explorer down to the 2020 Ford Explorer.
For in its quest for innovation has redesigned its 2020 Explorer model to a more better design. It now has a longer wheel base that creates a more cargo-like room for the comfort of its users. The 2020 model comes with a standard turbo charged 2.3 liter four cylinder engine; also is the Terrain management system which have about seven modes, all available in the wheel drive modes. It also has an enhanced safety techs.
The most sold of the Ford Explorers models are the 2019 and 2018 models.
Ford Explorer Problems
Body paint problems
Heavy folding backseat
Exterior accessories problems
Drive trains problems
Light problems and
Wheels/ hub problems.