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#1908 of 1936 Re: 03 Expedition with noise coming from rear [cinch1777]
Sep 29, 2011 (5:50 am)
There are two rear blend door actuators - one for floor to ceiling, one for temperature. You can determine which it is by changing the rear controls. When the noise stops, that's the one that is doing it. The floor to ceiling actuator takes about 10 minutes to change through the change tray on top of the right rear wheel well, the temperature control takes between an hour and two to do, depending on how you choose to get at it (remove trim or contort through the available openings).
#1909 of 1936 Re: Loud Gringing Noise When Starting [03expo]
Oct 16, 2011 (2:53 pm)
I have the same problem with expedition 04 I have tried 3 aftermarket starters with no success .
#1911 of 1936 2001 ford expedition eb no start
Nov 05, 2011 (6:26 am)
Having an issue with my expedition when attempting to start the engine. when I first try to start the motor all dash lights go out starter doesn't even to attempt to try. turn the key back off and try to start again all gauges max out and the return to normal then i hear something like a relay resetting. has anyone had this problem and how did ya fix it. so far i've replaced battery, start relay and had the starter tested.
#1912 of 1936 Re: 2001 ford expedition eb no start [dking70]
Dec 05, 2011 (2:10 pm)
I'm having the same issue. 2001 ford exp. eb. Any luck getting your fixed?
#1913 of 1936 Re: 2001 ford expedition eb no start [dking70]
Dec 06, 2011 (8:51 am)
Sounds like a computer
#1914 of 1936 Electrical: auto lights, dash Guages, windows and radio
Dec 06, 2011 (9:42 am)
Hi I have a 2004 Expedition. I had left my windows down so I went out to let them and they would not go up, I started the truck to see if it was the battery, then I noticed my instrument panel was not working. I then I noticed the radio did not work either. That night I also noticed the automatic lights did not work. I have checked all the fuses and they are good.
These problems all started at the same time. Has anyone had this problem before?
Items not working: Automatic Lights, Dash gauges, windows and radio.
#1915 of 1936 New Batterry keeps draining after a couple of days
Dec 31, 2011 (3:00 pm)
This post concerns my 2003 Eddie Bauer expedition, with 160, 000 miles. I purchased a new batterry and alternator on Aug/2011. Last month my truck wouldn't start, the batterry died, so I got a jump and was told it was the battery, I was under warranty so they replaced it with a new one, Few days later, the batterry dies again, I went to the same store (Advance Auto) but at another location and they replaced the battery. The next day the truck almost didnt start but started and I went to Advance Auto to get a test report on the battery, alternator and charger, the report came back everything was working fine. Now the next day it again started slow with the speedometer and other gages going haywire like it has done the other few times that i forgot to mention. I drove it, and it drove fine but i know by tommorow either its going to be a worst slow start or the battery will be drained again. I need to know what the hell is going on and what is draining my battery. I dont leave any lights on in the truck and this will be the fourth battery I will need to replace. I dont think its the battery but something internal. Before I bring it to a shop where I know they might not tell me or fix the right problem without me shelling out hundreds of dollars, I hope someone with expertise on this matter can shed some light". Please get back to me ASAP!!!!!
#1917 of 1936 Re: New Batterry keeps draining after a couple of days [tyshaun]
Dec 31, 2011 (3:05 pm)
How is your rear wiper working? The rear wiper motor is a common phantom battery drain. Even if it is working properly it could still be the problem. You could try pulling the fuse and see if the problem goes away.