2000 Ford Explorer online
A: Go to www.yahoo.com. In the search bar, type in 2000 Ford Explorer XLT, then click on “Images”. You’ll find her!
Q: 2000 Ford Explorer with a chirping noise from engine side closest to cabin of vehicle.?
I’ve noticed this problem for a couple of weeks and it seemed to occur often, especially when cold and sometimes goes away when its warm. I brought it to a shop and they replaced the idler and tension pulleys, which were bad but not the cause of the problem as two days later the squeak is back. When I brought it back it wasn’t squeaking because it was warm. The mechanic said it may be the alternator. I would agree but It seems to come from almost in the dashboard, i.e. the rear of the engine block.
While looking online I noticed a lot of explorers seemed to have problems with the camshaft which caused a chirping/squeaking noise. I notice that the tempo of the noise will increase when I speed up, though once the engine is warm the noise goes away. I called the mechanic and he said he didn’t think I had the engine with a cam synchronizer, but that he would check it out anyways. I have the 4.0L OHV vin “x” engine, and from reading I believe that its the SOHC vin “e” engine that doesn’t use a synchronizer. Wondering if I’m correct in this and if this is the most likely problem.
Today its raining quite a bit, and the noise simply isn’t there today. I haven’t had a chance to start it with the serpentine belt off, but I didn’t know if rain would make a difference.
A: best thing to do is run the engine (when its cold) for a moment with the serpentine belt off. if you do hear the noise near the firewall, i would assume you have a cam synchronizer and that its most likely the cause of your noise. as a matter of fact i’m pretty sure the OHV engine uses the synchronizer.
Q: Is there anywhere online to find instructions for changing a car’s tire?
Specifically, I’m looking for something like a scanned copy of the instructions for a 2000 Ford Explorer. It has a one sheet of laminated instructions that is tucked into the space where the jack is, but mine blew away the other day and it would be nice to still have them.
A: go to your local ford dealership, they should be able to help you.
Q: I bought a 2000 custom Eddie Bauer Ford xplorer at an auction and they never took money out of my account?
Maybe you all could help me with this odd question. I found a very cool 2000 Eddie Bauer Ford Explorer at an auction and decided to buy it as a secondary vehicle. I paid it in full with my debit and the payment was processed, they transfered the registration over to me/title ect. and I was on my way.
I took it home and that day and I could almost swear it showed the money was taken out of my account in my online statement (not certain though), but since the first day I bought the car, the transaction disappeared from my statement completely and the money is still there?
It has been several days and my balance still hasn’t changed.
What do I do? Did they make a mistake and forget to charge me before transferring the title?
I have not received a call from the auction company about re-processing the payment either, so I’m not sure what is going on. Maybe they go through so many cars they didn’t realize they didn’t charge me?
What should I do?
A: They will charge you. There’s been times where it took a week for money to come out of my account. Sometimes it takes up to 10 days. Don’t spend the money. If it’s not taken out after 14 days then you got a free truck my friend.
Q: Heavy fan clutch question?
Where can I get or find a Heavy Duty Fan Clutch for a 1997-2001 Ford Explorer or Ford Ranger? Because I was looking at auto parts stores like auto zone and advance auto part online in they only have severe duty. Because I just put a new fan clucth heavy duty on my wife 2000 Durango in now is sound awesome the engine in I want to do the same thing on my Explorer and Ranger, My question severe duty make the same sound as a heavy duty?
A: Ok, 1st of all, a Dodge Durango and a Ford Explorer or Ranger are two entirely different things. So, it’s going to be impossible to make the fan in one sound just like the other, due to the engineering of the two vehicles. TWO, why are you worried about the way it sounds? The only thing you should be worried about is if it engages when it’s needed, to cool the engine. No one buys fan clutches for their “performance sound”.
Q: Why buy an American car?
My last attempt to buy American went like this.
I have driven american since 1984 I drove Ford Explorers since 1994. 3 of them to be exact. I wanted to trade my 2000 sport for a f150.
The Ford dealer would only give me 1800 for my trade. And they would not offer me the 0% finance stating my credit score was not high enough. I knew this was bull. So I went online and looked at the Nissan Frontier. I contacted a dealer via the web and they gave me a ball park figure on my trade and wanted to see it to make the deal. So I went the next day. I got 5000 for my trade and I have a 812 credit score. Ford can Bite me as well as GM for ever buying a car from them again
Hello, Ford has spent the last 20 years moving plants to mexico to save on labor. Has that resulted in lower car prices? Now they are hurting.
Nissan has spent the last 20 years building plants in america. They are doing fine. Union greed and poor products have caused this downturn in the auto industry. I had a 96 SS camaro that could not seem to keep the Intake manifold gasket from leaking So after the 3rd time to a dealer for a “non warranty repair” I sold that car and will never own a GM product agian. I looked at the Colorado pickup when I was buying the Nissan. You cannot compare thoe two the GM is a pos
A: Exactly, why would they try to bail out companies who make products that nobody wants!? Why pour more money into a bad business plan that has obviously failed?
Q: I need a new car. What used car should I purchase?
My old 1990 Toyota 4Runner is giving out after a long run of 220,000 miles. The transmission is going, the air compressor, and torque converter all need to be replaced. With that said I love my truck, it was the perfect first car for me.
Looking to buy another Toyota 4Runner or maybe a Nissan Pathfinder. I don’t off-road. I do need a car that will fit say 3-4 friends. I want good gas mileage. I was getting 13 miles to the gallon, I want better. I’m looking at a 1997-2000 models. Definitely an automatic, 4-door. I might go with 2wd instead of 4wd because of gas mileage. I’ve been looking in the paper as well as Craig’s List (online classifieds) but all have had higher miles than I wanted.
I guess my question is what car would you suggest? Toyota, Nissan, Lexus, Honda, or other? Honestly, I don’t care for Fords so expeditions/explorers are out of the question. I don’t really want a car that is super expensive to work on. I want something reliable and easy to maintain. Suggestions?
One of the reasons I want a SUV is for safety. I’m young and accident prone. A small car will be wrecked if I got into an accident. Plus it’s easier for me to drive when I can see all the cars. Doesn’t sit so low to the ground so I have to crane my neck to see ahead. I want to be safe but gas mileage is important.
My price range is somewhere between $3000-$10000. As I’m still in high school that is all I can afford.
A: I think it really comes down to how much of an improvement you’d like to see in terms of gas mileage.
And based on reading your post, I’d say you pretty much have your eyes set on the ‘97-’00 4Runners. Go for it if you can find a good one. I think those were pretty nice but I think the power was somewhat disappointing for its size and weight. Of course, there is no doubt they were reliable.
Also, I agree with ron mexico. I think Highlander is another excellent choice. Given that you get the V6 model, you will get better mileage with more power, especially more torque. If you want more luxury, go for the RX300, which is exactly the same car as the Highlander.
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