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Joe - 23ford guy
I just received a post-cardseries from Ford explaining the importance of their service department.
I think THIS FORUM is going to be crutial in maintaining our Excursions.
Make sure you keep in contact and post any fix suggestions you come accross!!
Meanwhile, drive and enjoy!! :shades:
Your hubs are shot. :sick: Sorry to break this news to you. Mine were just done under warranty (I thought they damaged them doing a seal, but they say no).I have a 2000 Ex Ltd V10 with 65K miles.
Either way, you need hubs.
You should place something underneath to catch the little bit of fuel that drains out.
Disconnect the lines and install the new filter.
Hope this helps.
As a Ford Motor Company employee, I'm disappointed that you received information that there had not been a recall on the tires and would like to help. Have your gotten your problem solved?
I have done this on other vehicles to keep the engine clean and never had a problem.
It going in for the 1st oil change soon so I'll have them fix this stuff. BTW, why is there so much more oil in a diesel compared to the gas motor?
Lots of things can cause road wander, but the 2 things that I've found that helped me with solving the road wander was new shocks (monroe's, about $40/each, but many swear by bilstein's, which are more expensive) and keeping tire pressure at the correct range. Lots of posts talk about installing a larger sway bar and new steering stabilizer for improved performance.
As for the 15 quart capacity oil sump, I'm told (though I don't know for sure) that the oil pump circulates the entire 15 quart capacity about every 10-15 seconds. Of course, they designed the pump for such high capacity because of the massive heat generated by a diesel engine--got to keep all those moving parts cool and lubricated.
Sorry for such a lengthy reply...it is Saturday and I've got some peace and quiet before the NFL starts today
Can someone with a newer Ex that is factory equipped with E's tell me the *suggested* pressures listed???? :confuse:
I also have 2000 Ford Excursion, Diesel. None of my door locks works from either key remote or the interior switches. Have you fixed your problem, if so please share.