The Ford Explorer has existed since 1991 and there have been a number of variations. This article reviews the top Ford Explorer problems of the 4th generation, years 2006 to 2010.
If you recently drained coolant or antifreeze or need to refill the coolant system because it’s below normal levels, bleeding the coolant system will remove air pockets that can form when adding new coolant. Air pockets can prevent the coolant system from working effectively, which can affect other areas of your vehicle like having less interior heat. This post explains how to bleed the coolant system properly to keep air pockets from forming and keep the coolant system performing at its best.Read More
Wondering what to do with the fluids after servicing your vehicle? When working on a car, truck, or SUV and dealing with fluids like antifreeze or coolant, motor or engine oil, brake fluid, transmission fluid, power steering fluid, and more, it’s important to follow the EPA’s (Environmental Protection Agency) recommendations for recycling and disposing. This keeps us from polluting the planet and having fluid seeping into the ground or getting into other areas like streams and ponds. Find out how to dispose of motor oil, antifreeze, brake fluid, and other fluids properly with this post.Read More