Ford Explorer owners manuals
- Door Ajar Light Won’t Shut Off affecting Ford Explorer owners of the 2011-2013 model.
- The new eco-friendly material used in the electrical wire coating is causing rodents issues. This problem is affecting the 2013 Explorer model year.
- Owners of the 5th-generation Explorer reported carbon monoxide exhaust and possible potential monoxide poisoning.
- MyFord Touch system released in 2010 received complaints about being unresponsive, difficult-to-use, and complicated. This issue is affecting the 2011-2019 Ford Explorer models.
The Ford Explorer is SUV produced by Ford Motor Company and launched in 1990 for the 1991 model year following the two-door Bronco II. Presently is build across six generations, the last one was revealed in January 2019. The Explorer gets its name from a trim package from F-Series, used in 1967-1986.
During its creation, many variants of the Explorer have been sold, with Lincoln-Mercury selling the four-door Explorer as the Mercury Mountaineer and the Lincoln Aviator and Mazda selling the Explorer Sport as the Mazda Navajo.
The Explorer Base, XLT, and Limited trims are equipped with a 300-hp turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine. The Platinum model is powered by the 365-hp twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine and the sporty Explorer ST model, with a 400-hp version of the same engine. The hybrid version of the Explorer pairs a 3.3-liter V-6 engine with an electric motor, delivering a combined output of 318 hp. The Explorer can tow up to 5600 pounds. A 10-speed automatic transmission is a standard across all trims.