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Many Problems Let me start my saying if you are looking to buy a ford explorer.....Don't. If you have already made the mistake..........I'm sorry. Try this for ford tuff. I have a 2003 garage kept ford explore that has had all scheduled services performed. Now, list below are the problems I've had starting the day I purchased it NEW. Leather seat split Back hatch cracked Rear windows not working Rear U joints bad Wheel bearing replaced in all for wheels Transfer case replaced Tourque Converter bad Heat not working Back up sensors not working Rear hatch strut broke and glass fell on my head Cig lighter plugs don't work Hi AC not wroking AC Compressor makes a noise Lifters ping during cold start ( Change oil evey 3000k miles) Dark plastic window trim seperating and fadeing

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So sorry for your luck unfortunately in the business we refer to them as Ford Exploders

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