8.0

pretty bad
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
171,000 miles
Total Complaints:
1 complaints

Most common solutions:

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problem #1

Nov 162015

Explorer XLT V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 171,000 miles

I DRIVE MY SUV EVERY DAY PRETTY MUCH..........BUT???? HERE IS THE LATEST AND GREATEST???

NOT SURE WHAT WENT WRONG WITH MY SUV BUT I WENT OUT TO START IT LAST WEEK AND IT WILL NOT START AND I EVEN INSTALLED A BRAND NEW STARTER??? ENGINE IS LOCKED UP AND FLY WHEEL WON'T TURN LEFT OR RIGHT WITH A WRENCH. CAR IS DEAD - HELP !!!!

THERE WERE ALSO NO SIGNS OF DAMAGE ON THE INDICATOR LIGHTS TO THE PANEL. NO SIGNS OF NOTHING. CAR JUST DECIDED IT WAS GONNA DIE ON ME AND NEVER RUN AGAIN???

STARTER IS NOT TURNING OVER THE ENGINE TO MAKE IT START???

NOT SURE I CAN UNDERSTAND HOW A CAR CAN NOT START WITH NO SIGNS OF DAMAGE INTERNALLY FROM THE INDICATOR LIGHTS AS EVERYTHING OPPERATED NORNALLY FROM THE INSTRUMENT PANEL???? ALSO SHOWED NO SIGNS AT ALL THERE WAS A PROBLEM IN ADVANCE....CAR JUST WENT ON THE CRAPS WITH NO WARNING

WOULD SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN WHY NOW I HAVE NO CAR??????

THANK YOU

- savannahr, Saint Louis, MO, US