Ford Explorer 2017 Engine problems, defects and reviews. Updated October 12, 2017

Ford Explorer 2017 Engine problems, defects and reviews. Updated October 12, 2017
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Ford Explorer Engine problems and reviews: 26.

If you are driving a 2017 Ford Explorer, or planning to buy one, review owner-reported reported Engine problems and defects.

Engine Ford 2017
Ford
Location
Richardson, TX
Model Explorer
System Engine
Speed

After A Stop, The Car Was At Stationary, Was Not Able To Start The Car By Pushing The Start Button, Gave Me Error On The Dashboard “full Accessory Power Active”. Tried To Turn It Off, After Multiple Times Of Trying, Was Able To Start The Car, It Has 606 Mi On It.

Mileage was 604 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FM5K8GT7HG. Ford Explorer 2017 problem was reported in RICHARDSON, TX. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.

Oct 17, 2016

Engine Ford 2017
Ford
Location
Vestavia Hills, AL
Model Explorer
System Engine
Speed

Exhaust Gases Entering The Passenger Cabin, Causing Bad Smell, Usually Under Load, During Hill Climbing, Moderate To Hard Acceleration When Joining Interstate Or Faster Roads, Ac In Use, With Or Without Recirculation On, Symptoms Of Sore Runny Eyes And Headache And Nausea In Children And Other Occupants. Confirmed Today By Dealer Who Has Implemented An Attempted Fix. This Is A 2017 Model Xlt. This Has Happened On Multiple Occasions Since Vehicle First Purchased. Initially Believed It Was Smells From Other Vehicles, However As Symptoms Continued With Occupants Search Revealed Known Problem With This Type Of Vehicle Confirmed By Dealer Today And Attempted Fix Undertaken.

Mileage was 8000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FM5K7D85HG. Ford Explorer 2017 problem was reported in VESTAVIA HILLS, AL. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.

Feb 28, 2017

Engine Ford 2017
Ford
Location
Great River, NY
Model Explorer
System Engine
Speed

On January 27th, 2017, My Wife And I Leased A New 2017 ford explorer. Every Time We Operate The Vehicle, We Get Extremely Sick (some Symptoms We Experience Are Sore Throat, Running Nose, Headaches, And Nausea That Last Hours After Exiting The Vehicle). This Occurs About 10-15 Minutes While Driving/operating The Vehicle. The Heating System Was Set To 75 Degrees Fahrenheit And The Windows Were Closed. After We Felt Sick We Did Shut Off The Heating System And Open The Windows But There Was A Slight Odor In The Cabin And We Still Feel Several Aliments. Doctor Appointments Have Been Made For Myself And My 6-month-old Daughter That Was In The Vehicle (this Being My Most Significant Concern). ford Motor Corp Installed A New Exhaust System, Removed The Rear Bumper And Resealed Any Leaks, Checked Cabin Pressure And Tried To Reseal Any Cracks That May Allow Exhaust To Renter The Cabin. ford Stated That The Vehicle Was Fixed, After Being Brought To Them For The Third Time (they Said They Found More Leaks And Resealed Them), But Refused To Give Me Any Documentation Stating That The Vehicle Is Safe For My Family And Myself To Be In. The Vehicle Has Been In And Out Of Service Several Times, A ford Service Technician Located At Sayville ford Test Drove The Vehicle With Me And Confirmed The Same Ailments. The Vehicle Was Picked Up From Service After ford Stated It Was Fixed For A 3rd Time And We Were Still Getting Sick When We Drove The Vehicle. We Contacted ford Again And We Advised Them Of The Situation For A 4th Time And Their Response Was

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