Ford Explorer owners have reported 8 problems related to service engine light on (under the engine and engine cooling category).
On Friday April 18, 2014 my wife an I prestarted the car to go to dinner, after only 2 minutes the car shut of. Upon review of the issue the low oil pressure light came on, the stability control light came on, as well as he service engine soon light. The mileage at the incident was approx 45,500 but the complaint says 44,000 because this is the second time it has done this, and the first time for the stability control light to illuminate. After dinner we came home and attempted to restart the vehicle, everything seemed normal, it started it drove, but subsequently we had it towed to Ford, so they could address the problem.
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Had fueled (full) 2 hours before. Gas gauge dropped to empty. Miles to empty shows dashes. Service engine soon light is on.
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I have a Ford Explorer 2003 with 93000 miles and the o/d light as well as the service engine soon light is on. From my research it seems this is a major problem that Ford refuses to address on the car mentioned.
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Ford motor company Ford motor company is illegally charging customers for computer engine updates. In July of 2008 my service engine light came on in my 2003 Ford Explorer 2003. . I was told by the service department at buerge Ford that my engine codes had to be updated per Ford motor company. They updated the engine codes in 15 minutes and charged me $128. 00 dollars for updating Fords new engine computer codes. The problem I have with Ford motor company is that if the engine codes on my Ford Explorer XLT 2003 needed to be updated to Fords new engine codes a recall should be implemented, or the charge shouldn't be pass on to the consumer. A recall was never done, and Ford motor company has been illegally passing on this charge to the consumer for years, without a recall notice. Nothing was at fault at my end. I have a copy of my bill for your records on this illegal charge. Please investigate Ford motor company for not implementing a recall notice for this problem with their SUV's, car's and trucks. Sincerely. Jeffrey roth.
Where to start. . . Broken cruise control, headlight switch has a short, driver side passenger window doesn't roll down, trouble going into gear, car suddenly dies at interstate speeds, loud grinding sound from the engine bay (like an electric knife sharpener) that is getting increasingly more frequent, service engine soon light will not go off, brakes squeal and don't stop the vehicle properly, support for the hatch (which is cracked 8 inches or so in two places) doesn't lift hatch completely, and the fuel economy is down to 4-6 mpg in the city. I hate it! I don't feel like my girlfriend is safe driving it, and I think Ford should be forced to make their wrongs into rights!.
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Multiple problems with my Explorer. When shifting into reverse car jolts with a clunking noise. Abs light is on and 4x4 high light flashes. Service engine light on but no hose leaks can be found. Wrench light comes on even after tps replacement suggested by obd-ii. Very unhappy with this vehicle. I have owned 7 Fords, this is the worst I have owned.
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The contact owns a 2000 Ford Explorer. On may 21, 2007, the contact stated that the coil pack and spark plugs failed in her vehicle twice in four days. The contact stated that the service engine light illuminated and the vehicle vibrates and looses power when driving. The contact stated that speed and weather were not factors. The purchase date and engine size were unknown. The current and failure mileages were 150,000.
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Temperature indicator light flashed, afterwards engine stalled. Dealer has replaced thermostat. *akthe service engine light illuminated, vehicle started to smoke while in motion at a speed of 65 mph. Vehicle was taken to dealer where he was informed he had a blown head gasket. Consumers insurance company did a test where it was determined out that a faulty thermostat was the cause.
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|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
|Car Stall problems||
|Gasoline Engine problems||
|Engine Cooling System problems||
|Engine Exhaust System problems||
|Engine Stall problems||
|Engine Belts And Pulleys problems||
|Manifold/header/muffler/tail Pipe problems||