1999 Ford Expedition XLT Start Up, Engine, and Full Tour

Yet another expedition to join the 1998 we have at the current moment, this one is an XLT not an Eddie Bauer like the '98. This one still is a creampuff, hasn't topped 100k miles yet and is immaculate, awesome trucks, this body style is among my favorite

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1999 FORD EXPEDITION OVERVIEW Start up, walk around tour, review
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Test Drive: 1998 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer
In this video I give a short tour and test drive of the 1998 ford expedition eddie bauer. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this suv while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I show the suv idling as well as take it on a thorough test drive through the city and highway on various surfaces. A thorough drive of this suv designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.





2000 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer Start Up, Full Tour (Repossessed Vehicle)
well while we figure out what to do with this thing I go out to find out what's wrong with it and assess the damage done to it





1998-2002 Ford Expedition won't come out of PARK - Here's the problem! I have the Solution!
It is apparently a common problem with the 1998-2002 Ford Expeditions that the front windshields may leak onto the interior fuse box. If you notice that the windshield wipers are sporadic or doesn't work, The power windows are sporadic or doesn't work, and the radio may or may not function when in drive. (in my case the radio worked in park and neutral, but cut off in drive or reverse). Then when you park the car, it may not come out of PARK. If this occurs, check the 5 AMP fuse in the interior fuse box located under the drivers side dashboard. The fuse while only a 5 AMP fuse connects the windshield wiper relay, power window relay, and is also connected to the transmission sensor which for safety reasons will not come out of PARK. Check this first, I can almost guarantee you that this is the problem. This is a $1.49 fix that could save you hundreds on towing and possible repairs trying to locate the problem at the dealership. Hope this tip helps.




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