Ford Expedition owners have reported 22 problems related to side/rear glass (under the visibility category).
The contact owns a 2008 Ford Expedition. The contact stated that while driving 65 mph, he heard a loud explosion. After inspecting the vehicle he found that the rear lift gate glass imploded into the vehicle. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure who did not offer any assistance. The vehicle was repaired. The failure and the current mileage was 30,000.
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On January 9, 2010 at approximately 2:00pm, while driving down a
street near our home, the third row rear passenger side window
just exploded and crumbled on our 2009 Ford Expedition. Nothing
impacted the window from inside or out. We have only had this new
vehicle for 4 months. We can only ascertain that the glass had a
defect. This happened yesterday (a Saturday) and we will be taking it to the dealer first thing tomorrow (Monday) morning, but anticipate they will not take responsibility after speaking to the service department.
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The contact owns a 2010 Ford Expedition. While driving 70
mph on a rainy day water was leaking in from the back rear
window. The contact stated the water impaired her vision. She
stated she had to pull over to the side of the road and clean the
rear window. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer on several
occasions, the dealer has adjusted the window and replaced the
seal once. The manufacture stated they have no fix for the
problem and they will not take the vehicle back. The failure
mileage was 8,900 and the current mileage was 22,681.
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The contact owns a 2007 Ford Expedition. The rear window in the liftgate shattered after the vehicle had just been turned off. The failure damaged two rubber floormats. The current mileage was 7,611 and failure mileage was 7,530. Updated 3/4/08.
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Driver's side window adjacent to third seat (cargo area) of 2000 Ford Expedition shattered for no apparent reason; window was open for ventilation per design (tempered glass window pivots open about 3" via electric actuator). Speed was 65 mph under calm conditions, smooth road surface. I initially believed I had suffered a complete left/rear tire failure as there was a very loud "bang" and a large amount of debris hurled into adjacent traffic lane. Approximately 1/4 of the volume of shattered glass was hurled into the passenger compartment, primarily in the third row. Fortunately I was alone in the vehicle; anyone in third row would have, at a minimum, suffered lacerations and likely eye injury.
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: the contact stated while driving 5 mph in reverse, both brackets detached off the back window, causing the window to fall outward. The glass did not break, and the vehicle was not taken in for service.
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While pulling into a parking space the rear window inadvertently broke and shattered.
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I turned the corner and the whole back window shattered. I stopped right away and looked around. Most of the glass had shattered outside the Expedition. There was no rock or anything else that hit it. As a matter of fact, the corner I turned at, there was a metro police officer there because there was an accident in the middle there. My children where scared and crying but there was no glass on them. The next morning I took the 2003 Ford Expedition down to friendly Ford and they said it is not covered.
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Back window shattered while the vehicle was parked.
Rear quarter panel (drive side)glass window was blown out. No apparent vandalism was detected. 90% of glass was discovered outside of the vehicle indicating that the window "exploded" outward from inside the vehicle.
The rear window shattered without warning.
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The driver side window blew out.
Had vehicle parked when rear window exploded for no reason. Had no warning of problems.
Rear window "exploded" outwards without warning. It was not hit, the weather was cool. The blowout pattern sent 99% of the glass into the street a distance of 30 feet or more. Very little glass was inside the car. I have heard of other incidents of this happening in the Expedition/navigator models. Is this in fact a model specific or design problem.
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After traveling 10 miles and parked vehicle, within 2-3 minutes heard a loud noise and found rear windows shattered glass both in / out of vehicle, no known reason could be found for the incident. Dealer notified.
Tint windows reflect all lights coming in, and this impairs drivers visibility of anything that lights up items, even a shiny book in the seat. Smoke tint is fine, but reflective type tint is a safety problem.
While driving the rear window shattered and collapsed inside the vehicle.
On two occasions the window will not go up / down.
Truck was parked and the rear window blew out. There was no one in the truck and the truck had not been started up. When the owner came out that when he noticed that the rear window had exploded.
Rear hatch window imploded while driving on paved highway at 65 mph. Sharp glass shrads and chips covered second and third row seat areas.
After parking the vehicle, the rear window shattered, cause unknown.
While washing the vehicle the back window blew out for no apparent reason.
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|Exterior Rearview Mirror problems||
|Windshield Wiper/washer problems||
|Power Window problems||
|Side/rear Glass problems||
|Rearview Mirror problems||
|Windshield Wiper/washer Motor problems||
|Sun Roof problems||