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1999 Ford Expedition Engine Problems

46 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 1999 Ford Expedition. 9 of these members (19.6%) have reported engine repairs for their car. A total of 20 engine repairs to 1999 Ford Expeditions--an average of 0.4 per vehicle--have been reported.

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Chart based on 54 repairs.

1999 Ford Expedition engine repair cost distribution

Chart based on 15 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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1999 Ford Expedition

Engine not specified

225000 mi US $750 Blown Head gasket, and mulitple oil leaks. 
152300 US $800 Passenger side exhaust manifold was rusted through and was replaced 
176000 US $1415 Rod and main bearings replaced. 

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1999 Ford Expedition 4-door

8-cylinder automatic AWD

135000 mi US $330 Shorted spark plug coil. Had to be replaced. 
147000   emissions system hose problem 

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1999 Ford Expedition 4-door

8-cylinder automatic 4WD

198000 mi US $68 VEHICLE WOULDN'T SHIFT OUT OF FIRST GEAR, CEL. WIRING HARNESS REPLACED AND TWO SENSORS 
229000   REPLACED WATER PUMP REPLACED INTAKE GASKET 
128340 C $227 cranked but would not start, dealer replaced control module relay, problem solved 
142600   engine cranked but would not start, dealer checked codes, reset computer, problem solved, 2hrs. labor. 
152520   Replace 2 Ignition coils 
152520   Blown out spark plug, replaced all plugs and 1 ign. coil 
144000 US $760 5.4 L engine. Rear-most spark plug blew out. R&R plug, ignition coil, intake gasket, coolant, manifold, machine work. 
145000   Faulty mass air flow sensor cause the Check Engine Light to come on. Sensor was removed and replaced. 
149000   Rough idle and rough driving. Replaced #7 coil and spark plug. 
150000   Vacuum hose leak caused Check Engine light to come on. Hose replaced. 
184500   Engine coolant low, replaced leaking intake gaskets 
117000 US $115 MAF sensor replaced. 
151000 US $175 Engine blew the spark plug out of it. Broke the coil and couldn't find the spark plug. Then it did it again 3 days later. Found it was a common problem with 5 vehicles and 3 types of engines with Fords. Replace with heli-coil and seems to be working. 

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