Recently reported Ford Explorer 2017 Electronic Stability Control problems and defects, updated August 2019.

What problems do Ford Explorer Electronic Stability Control drivers report?: 1.

If you are driving a 2017 Ford Explorer, or planning to buy one, take a look at these owner-reported Electronic Stability Control problems and defects. Share your story and help others address these problems, or consult with an on-line mechanic.

Electronic Stability Control Ford 2017
North Bellmore, NY
Model Explorer
System Electronic Stability Control
Speed 0

I Was Stuck At A Standstill In Traffic On A City Highway With My Family On Father’s Day When The Dash Lit Up With Multiple Warnings Such As “steering Loss Stop Safely,” “service Advancetrac,” “stability Control Off,” And “hill Start Assist Not Available.” I Was Not Moving And Could Not Understand What Happened. No One Was Injured And The Vehicle’s Power Steering Failed. The Vehicle Was Not Overheating. Roadside Brought The Vehicle To A Nearby Dealer. Eventually, Two Days Later, The Computer Said We Needed A New Steering Column (i Thought A Steering Column Should Last The Life Of The Vehicle…). There Were No Warning Signs, No Leaks, And No Strange Noises. Of Course, I Was Past My Warranty. Pretty Hefty Bill. There Is An New Recall For A Rear Suspension Problem That Was Issued Just Days Earlier.

Mileage was 49000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FM5K8D83HG. Ford Explorer 2017 problem was reported in NORTH BELLMORE, NY. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. VEHICLE SPEED: 0 mph.

June 16, 2019

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