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2000 Ford Expedition Problems and Repair Histories

47 TrueDelta members own a 2000 Ford Expedition. 17 of these members (36.2%) have reported repairs for their car. A total of 44 repairs to 2000 Ford Expeditions--an average of 0.9 per vehicle--have been reported.

See our lemon odds and nada odds page for more details. To see how frequently 2000 Ford Expedition problems occur, check out our car reliability stats.

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Don't infer 2000 Ford Expedition problem frequency from what you see on this page. Many lucky owners have had no repairs, and their cars are not shown.

Percentage of 2000 Ford Expedition repairs by problem area

36% of the 2000 Ford Expedition repairs were to the engine, 7% to the transmission, 7% to the brakes, 18% to the suspension, 25% to the electrical or air-conditioning systems, 2% to the body and trim, and 5% to other areas of the vehicle.

Chart based on 44 repairs.

2000 Ford Expedition repair cost distribution

Of the 2000 Ford Expedition repairs that were not covered by warranty and were not do-it-yourself repairs, 54% cost between $100 and $499, 31% between $500 and $999, 12% between $1000 and $2499, and 4% more than $2500.

Chart based on 26 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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Repair costs are in local units.

2000 Ford Expedition 4dr SUV

260-horsepower 5.4L V8 4-speed automatic RWD

Ford Expedition in Arizona, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Jun 2011 142000    
144000 140 Accessory belt shredded and broke due to a/c compressor freezing up. Car towed to my mechanic who replaced the compressor and belt. 
155000  

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2000 Ford Expedition 4dr SUV

260-horsepower 5.4L V8 4-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

Ford Expedition in Illinois, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Oct 2010 37000    
37000 200 Engine light came on. Engine running VERY rough with hard accelleration. ran ok if not "pushing" hard. Diagnostic showed cylinder #8 misfire. Dealer replaced coilwire. vehicle ran better (for a while). Problem has recurred now 
40000 1200 Original "missing" problem when accelerating was addressed (coil wire).  Additionally, brakes and steering problem - grinding on Left turns. Wheel bearings replaced. 
45000 1400 Running rough while engine "cold". "check engine" light came on. Noted low engine noise. per dealer, manufacturer provided partial coverage for repairs. Replace variable timing device, cat converter, & coil wire X 2 
46000  
Ford Expedition in North Carolina, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Apr 2010 187000    
198000 300 Starter and battery 
203000  
Ford Expedition in California, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Feb 2010 86000    
91000 100 Misfire, had to replace all 8 COP ignition coils. runs great now. 
92000 200 Continuous problem with COP's intermittant misfire. I replaced the COP a second time and they seem to be a bit better quality than the last set I had. They work great.  
 
Ford Expedition in Minnesota, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Jan 2010 82000    
92300 350 Replaced ball joints. 
95700 400 Replaced rear windshield wiper arm. 
99000 280 Replaced parking brake cable / parking brake. Symptom was grinding noise and feeling of resistance, and occasional lighting of parking brake icon for about 2 weeks. 
99500 0 Replaced alternator and battery. 
109000  
Ford Expedition in Connecticut, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Apr 2009 133000    
150000 500 Rusted out rear control arms. 
151700 325 R/R New Alternator 
152300 280 Starter replaced. 
176000 0 Leaking/rusted transmission cooler lines Rusted through transmission filler tube 
180700 300 Brake pedal traveled to floor. Lines rusted and leaking. New brake lines and Master cylinder installed. 
 

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2000 Ford Expedition 4dr SUV

240-horsepower 4.6L V8 4-speed automatic RWD

Ford Expedition in Georgia, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Jul 2011 215000    
216000 340 A/C blowing out antifreeze fumes, antifreeze leak. Had to replace radiator, thermostat and antifreeze. Working properly now. 
Ford Expedition in North Carolina, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Feb 2010 80000    
84000 0 a/c not cooling like it used to - added 1 3/4 lbs freon. better, but still not as good as it used to be. new brake pads and rotors 
85700 0 Self-repaired the rear passenger child safety lock mechanism by inserting small plastic wall anchors. The action of opening the door caused the child safety lock switch to gradually move upward and lock. Then the door could not be opened from the inside. 
93000 1250 Car cabin started smelling like engine coolant really bad. Inside windows fogged up when driving. Car started leaking coolant. Heater core went bad. 8 hours labor. 
95000 0 Rear heater core cracked. Replaced. Idle control valve was bad. Car would idle below 500 rpms and the vehicle would shake. 
97000  

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2000 Ford Expedition 4-door

8-cylinder automatic AWD

Ford Expedition in Texas, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Jul 2009 145000    
146000 0 Sunroof quit working. Sold with problem. 

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2000 Ford Expedition 4-door

8-cylinder automatic 4WD

Ford in Virginia, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Apr 2009 87000    
87000 600 Lower ball joints replaced.  Drivers door window and motor replaced. Yes, the glass had to be replaced too. 
89000 0 engine will not restart after running for 20+ minutes and sitting for 5 minutes. 
 

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