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Ford Excursion Questions

Sherry Tarver
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Has A 2003 Ford Excursion And Having A Problem With Lightsnot Going Off .ex...

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Matakimoana
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I Got Off My Excursion And The Interior Lights Wont Turn Off. On The Dash B...

Ford Excursion 2WD all interior lights stay on..won't turn off!

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Donald Smith
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My Truck Shakes At High-way Speed. Is It The Tires? Or Could A Rim Be Bent?...

a tire sales man balanced the tires. he says if it still shakes u have flatt spotts on the tire.

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tonygolf47
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2004 Ford Excursion 4x4 Diesel 6.0

my excursion started to act weird yesterday. before I left work yesterday I warm up the car and everything was ok, until I got like 3 blocks away from my house I stopped at a red light and my truck rp...

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excursion123
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A Previous Owner Removed All The Ac Lines In A 2000 Ford Excursion. Why Wou...

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About the Ford Excursion

The Ford Excursion was a great example of the 'bigger is better' mentality that dominated the US auto industry during the SUV era.  Ford responded to  strong sales from the GMC Yukon XL and the Chevy Suburban by beating them at their own game with the mega-sized Excursion.

The Excursion was based on the Super Duty truck platform, and classified as a heavy-duty commercial vehicle.  Weighing in at three and a half tons, the Excursion was, when it was launched, one of the largest vehicles ever marketed widely for passenger use.  

Not surprisingly, the Excursion's gas mileage was pretty dismal.  Still, the Excursion did find a following among people who needed (or just wanted)  to drive a sport-utility vehicle the size of a small European nation.  

The Excursion was axed in 2005, a victim of rising gas prices.  It's still a favorite with tuners and project enthusiasts, though; there's a lot of Detroit steel to work with, and it's fun if you're not planning to drive very far.