2002 Ford Expedition in Canada - Canadian Prices, Trims, Specs, Photos, Recalls | AutoTrader.ca

2002 Ford Expedition

Canadian MSRP
$41,255 - $50,865
2002 Ford Expedition

Key Specifications for 2002 Ford Expedition

Fuel Economy 12.5 - 19.5 City/HWY combined
Horsepower 230 - 260 hp
Drivetrain Four-Wheel Drive
Engine Gasoline
Torque 290 - 350 ft-lb
Seats 8 - 9

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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2005-028
Recall date
2005-02-14
System affected
Electrical
Model year(s) affected
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002
Manufacturer Recall Number:
05S28
Units Affected:
304,417
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, the speed control deactivation switch may overheat, smoke, or burn, potentially resulting in an underhood fire. The condition may occur either when the vehicle is parked or when it is in operation. Correction: Initially as an interim repair, owners will be instructed to return their vehicles to their dealers to have the speed control deactivation switch disconnected. As soon as replacement parts are available, owners will be instructed to return to the dealers for installation of a new switch or fused wiring harness.
Recall number
2004-164
Recall date
2004-05-18
System affected
Steering
Model year(s) affected
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002
Manufacturer Recall Number:
Units Affected:
305,024
Notification Type:
Safety TC
On certain vehicles, Ford has issued a scheduled maintenance guide update which specifies that every 20 000 kms, the steering linkage, which includes tie-rod ends, should be inspected. The vehicle owner is asked to place the tie-rod end inspection procedure supplied with this maintenance guide update in the vehicle's glove box for reference and safekeeping. The vehicle owner is to provide the inspection procedure to their repair facility to help properly identify worn tie-rod ends. Performing the vehicle scheduled maintenance, including maintenance inspections, is the responsibility of the vehicle owner. Failure to replace worn tie-rod ends may eventually result in a tie-rod end separation that could adversely affect steering control. If the inspection reveals that a tie-rod end is worn and must be replaced, the repair will be at the owner's expense unless the vehicle is still covered by the basic vehicle warranty, or has an extended service plan coverage that includes these components.

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