99 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2003 Ford Expedition. 22 of these members
(22.2%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 40 electrical repairs to 2003 Ford Expeditions--an average of 0.4 per
vehicle--have been reported.
AC compressor leaking and stuck actuator door in rear AC. Replaced AC compressor, charged system and repaired actuator
Replaced A/C freon, don't remember exact cost
Replaced window regulator on rear passenger window.
AC stopped blowing cold air, dehydrator valve had failed causing water to leak into the AC system and rust out the compressor and valves. Whole ac system had to be replaced.
Brake fluid was dirty so it was replaced, center brake light had gone out and was replaced.
A/C was not cooling properly, front and rear, Compressor was leaking, and rear AC expansion valve was not working - replaced both- refridgerant removed and replaced. Two years prior Firestone advised alternator needed replacing, 2nd opinion could not confirm. Lately the message center flashed "Check Electrical System." Sudden flashes and warnings occurred, shifted poorly, radio quit alternator replaced
260-horsepower 5.4L V8 4-speed automatic 4WD w/low range
Rear A/C blower "clicks" when turned on, also had to recharge A/C system with refridgerant.
Any time air conditioning was turned on a "click" noise came from the rear core about every second. Traced problem to be an air flap accuator. replaced part, kind of a bear to get to, and everything is running smooth.
Driver's side window screeches and squeals when motoring down. Rear AC unit had loud clunking noise from unit.
Remove and replace Blender Motor
Seat heater tripping off in a few seconds after activation. Extensive bulletin(s) from Ford on this...well known design problem, but Ford still proudly lets the vehicle owner pay for the repair/module replacement.