125 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2002 Ford Explorer. 21 of these members
(16.8%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 30 electrical repairs to 2002 Ford Explorers--an average of 0.2 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Rear passenger window regulator broken. I disassembled it myself, the cable was broken and tore up the pulley system. I wedged in a block to hold the window up, will repair it when I want to spend $250 on a new regulator.
Keyfob no longer locks or unlocks doors. Factory programmed keypad no longer unlocks doors; however my personal programmed code and the 'lock all' function still work ... ?!!
Rear passenger power window stopped working. Replaced window regulator.
210-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed automatic 4WD w/low range
alternator and battery had to be replaced
Air Bag Warning light flashes, intermittently comes on and goes off. Problem is in the wiring of the seat belt buckle which cost over $320 not including labor. Also Door Ajar warning light works intermittenly and problem can not be located.
seat belt sensor and air bag sensor. Covered under warranty $50 deductible applies.
door switch and handle replaced
Window regulator failure. Replaced by new one.
replaced trailer wiring plug
gauge cluster overheats and needles flail about with reckless abandon after approximately five minutes of run time
gauge cluster was overheating, sent out for repair, was unable to repair so had to replace with new cluster power windows completely inoperative, door was taken apart and rewired to replace worn wires that were causing a short door ajar light was staying on, as was dome light, regardless of whether the door was open or closed. new door sensor was installed