Although stronger bulbs would make a big difference. I don't make enough to throw in large amounts of money on bullshit repairs. I did have to replace the alternator and an oxygen sensor but both of these were easy to diagnose and fix by ordinary mechanics. DealRatingFilter selectedRatingList, null ; ratingFilter. I'm sorry if this looks like a idiot wrote this as I'm a teenager who doesn't know that much about cars mechanics.
Hard to find with this many options it has it all!!!! Regardless of how many miles are on them. It is a fun vehicle. Come see why many have had a great experience with Heritage Motor Sales!!! The Explorer is roomy and comfortable. That were just steller over all in the time I owned them. Didn't realize it was missing till I already drove 320 miles to l. Theres a reason you don't see very many older explorers on the road today.
So mine being a base 2wd. Part of the reason for this is that the Explorer benefits from a superb five-speed automatic transmission. EngineFilter selectedEngineList, null ; engineFilter. The ride is comfortable, quiet, sound, and safe. I dont regret the purchase at all. Had over 200k on it too.
I'll give it a 4. They gave me a refund for the cost of the part they lost. Unless you purposely neglect the hell out of them. Ready to hual the whole family with 3rd row and 7 passenger seating!!! Didn't even have 45k on it before having a crap loud of bs issues. For me personally, it's just what we needed.
But from an automatic version, as the manual was a rarity. It's capable of seating seven people when with the optional third-row seat that folds flat into the cargo floor when not being used. This car could have been a hand me down from someone who didn't need it anymore, would you refuse a free car if you had no car? They should be able to figure out if the component needs to be replaced or if there is a short or some other problem with your Explorer. The Explorer answers this call admirably and comfortably, which is part of the reason it's so popular. InstalledOptionsFilter selectedInstalledOptionIdList, installedOptionIdToLabelMap, possiblyDroppedOptionsMap ; installedOptionsFilter. Adding insult to injury, the 2002-2005 Explorer also has a massive problem with the rear panel cracking.
The truck actually screwed me out of multiple choices. And they Now have problems they never had prior. Even though it can go well beyond that with proper care. All over things I in no way caused. Less money on bullshit, more on mods and making them better. I wouldn't let my kids drive an explorer.
I'm broke as shit Man. We have many owners on that sub alone with over 300k on them. SinceLastVisitFilter false, 1557127175661 ; listingsSearchManager. This kid should dump it while it's still running. They did the oil twice as water did get into the engine.
I replaced most the parts it needed via junk yards myself. Automatic transmissions rely on the fluid used to act as a bridge between the clutch back to give the clutch its ability to lock the gear in. Your 4Runner uses a transmission made by Aisin, which Ford now uses as the main supplier of transmissions for their transverse applications, as does General Motors. I drove it problem free for another 1yr and a half. I came from an 05 f150 5.
Buyers can choose between V6 and V8 engines, but the V6 provides plenty of power unless you're pulling trailers or live in the Rocky Mountain states where the air is thin. My 4runner is my 1st Toyota actually. And this kid needs to shell out not only once for trans fluid, but twice? Things that I did not like: you must run matched tires at all times,and the faulty hinges on the rear window. And made in the world's most advanced factory, no less. Either way, the engine should not have died! Because Honda isn't what it used to be.