Common questions

How long do 2013 Ford Explorers usually last?

How long do 2013 Ford Explorers usually last?

In most cases, a Ford Explorer can last anywhere from 10 to 17 years. With regular maintenance and annually driving 12,000 miles, you can expect a new Ford Explorer to last you closer to 15 years or longer.

How reliable are 2013 Ford Explorers?

How Reliable Is the 2013 Ford Explorer? The 2013 Ford Explorer has the lowest possible reliability rating of two out of five from J.D. Power.

What are the recalls on a 2013 Ford Explorer?

Fuel system, gasoline. Recall no. Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain model year 2013 Explorer, Explorer Police Utility, Taurus, Taurus Police Interceptor, Flex, Lincoln MKS, and Lincoln MKT vehicles. In the affected vehicles, the fuel delivery module may crack, allowing fuel to leak.

How reliable is a 2013 Ford Explorer?

Should I buy a 2013 Ford Explorer?

The 2013 Ford Explorer sits near the bottom of our rankings due to its poor reliability. There are few standard features, and the interior is cramped for a 3-row SUV. Rivals also offer better handling and horsepower.

What are the problems with a 2013 Ford Explorer?

Worst 2013 Ford Explorer Problems #1: Paint On Hood Bubbling Around Perimeter 2013 Explorer Average Cost to Fix: $1,200 #2: Rust Bubbles On Hood 2013 Explorer Average Cost to Fix: $500 #3: Exhaust Odor In Cabin 2013 Explorer Average Cost to Fix: $800

Why are my spongy brakes on my Edge not working?

I had spongy brakes, on 2013 edge. The first place I took it to said it was bad master cylinder. the Ford repair shop said, no it was the brake booster that is in recall. Replaced master cylinder, brake booster, still not working. Now they are saying that after bleeding the brakes, it still doesn’t work.

What causes a 3.5 EB engine to misfire?

Most of these symptoms are a by-product of the first symptom at hand – misfires. The carbon deposits can cause un-even amounts of air to enter to cylinders. This throws off the air-fuel mix and may cause the 3.5 EB to misfire.

Are there any problems with the Ford 3.5 EcoBoost engine?

As we sort of mentioned above, the top two problems mostly affect the 1st gen 3.5 EcoBoost engine. Ford did a great job at updating some of the weaker points with the 2nd gen engine. Again, the 3.5 EcoBoost really is a solid, reliable engine overall.

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