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Old 02-18-2013, 02:59 PM   #71
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Originally Posted by CoMoChief View Post
2000-2004 Explorers are ****ing POS to be honest. I had one.

Anything and everything will go wrong on vehicles made within these production years. Esp once they get around 80k.
And now you know what you should do, Guru.

When has this idiot ever been right about anything - ever? It's not called the CoMo effect for nothing.

He's not right here either. It's a good vehicle that's perhaps a little too heavy for the light truck frame it was built on so things like the ball joints and the tie-rod ends have to be replaced a little more often than they would on something like a Tahoe, which was built on a full-sized truck frame.

You're not going to beat the value on a 4WD either, if that's something you really want. It will get fairly lousy gas mileage, though. Ours was getting in the high teens when all was said and done.
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