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1991 Ford Explorer Overview
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Based on 21 reviews
The 1991 Ford Explorer was launched with great fanfare as the company's first entry into the then-new sport utility vehicle market. The Explorer took its name from a 1980s trimline of the popular Ford F-150 pickup; presumably, Ford hoped to capitalize with the F-150's popularity with the off-road set.
The Explorer's trim offerings shared names with those of the F-150 as well: the Explorer was offered in Sport, XL, XLT, and Eddie Bauer trims, with two-door and four-door setups and optional four-wheel drive. Under the hood, the Explorer boasted a 4.0 liter, 155-horsepower V-6 engine.
Alas, the first year of the Ford Explorer was cursed with some quality issues: although most of the 1991 Explorers have held up well through the year, a number of them came off the line with flaws in the transmission and/or chassis. Gas mileage is not the '91 Explorer's great selling point, either, with its 15 mpg city, 17 mpg highway.
If you need the size and durability, though, the roomy Ford Explorer may be the vehicle for you. One of the first SUVs to be broadly marketed in the US, the Explorer has a loyal following of devoted owners.
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Ford Explorer Questions
I Have A 91 Ford Explorer. Coolant Hoses Jerk And Make A Popping Sound Whe...
I changed faulty thermostat coolant looks good radiator is OK water pump ok heater core changed, temp normal nothing out of norm.... Go!
I Have A 91 Explorer 4x4 4.0,fluild Pours Out The Front Pump Seal Only When...
i have changed the seal and 2 days latr it pours out again, anyone have any clues as to why ? does shift and runs great, other than this
What Is The Best Gasoline Engine Cleaner Pennzoil, Lucas, Etc. ????
which is the best bang for my buck ??? which gasoline engine cleaner is best or are they all the same butt differ brand name and price ?
Do I Need This Much Stuff
ok i took a look at the exhaust and i noticed that thier is 2 cadilac converters and two mufflers, do i really need two mufflers, im pretty sure its robbing horsepower and fuel economy, the one muffle...