Ford Explorer Sport Trac owners manuals
- Plastic Intake Manifold Can Crack Provoking Coolant Leak
- Wheel bearing malfunction
- Issues with the 5-speed Automatic Transmission
- Worn Timing Chain Cassettes Can Produce Rattling SoundFrom Engine
- Coolant Leak/Overheating cause by Radiator Leak
- Transmission Slips
- O/D Light Blinking
- Overdrive Light Starts Flashing
- Hood corrosion issues
The Ford Explorer Sport Trac (also abbreviated to Ford Sport Trac) is a pickup truck that was produced and sold by Ford Motor Company for the North American market. The original mid-size pickup truck built by Ford, the Sport Trac was sold from 2001 through the 2010 model years, with a hiatus for the 2006 model year. Is slotted within the Ranger (whose crew cab versions were marketed outside of North America) and the F-150.
Built over two generations, the Ford Explorer Sport Trac shared its chassis and body with the Ford Explorer SUV. As Ford produced the fifth-generation Ford Explorer, the Sport Trac was abandoned, with making dropping in 2010. Almost equaling the Sport Trac in size, the fourth-generation Ford Ranger serves the same market in its equivalent crew cab configuration.
The Explorer Sport Trac comes powered by a 4.0-liter V6 producing 210 horsepower and 254 pound-feet of torque, paired to a five-speed automatic transmission. All models are available with either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, without the Adrenalin-equipped models, which have by default all-wheel-drive system.
Ford Explorer Sport Trac known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Ford Explorer Sport Trac are: