2011 Ford Expedition Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2011 Ford Expedition

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2011 Ford Expedition Problems

Transmission Leaking Oil

2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch with 22,000 miles was gushing transmission fluid while driving. The entire back of the truck was covered with this fluid. Transmission began slipping and the powertrain light came on. Ford has had my vehicle for 1 week stating they need to replace the transmission pump. But they weren't sure if that was even the problem. Although the vehicle is under warranty, they refuse to provide me with a replacement ve...

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2011 Ford Expedition Questions

Vehicle continues to flash check engine & service light and locks into 3rd gear. (1 answer)

We have had the vehicle into the mechanic several times. They have walked through the vehicle wire by wire and reset the computer but it continues. When everything is reset the vehicle usually runs a day or two with no problems, then the issues re-occur.

There is a clicking sound coming from the console when the vehicle is started. (1 answer)

The sound lasts for about 10 seconds and goes away. Occasionally it will happen when driving, but always when it is started.

My ac is just blowing hot air. It make s a loud noise when turned to max cold. (1 answer)

It stop working instantly. It happened as I was leaving from getting my tire fixed. Could that have something to do with it not working? My car has 40,000 miles on it and is in great shape.

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2011 Ford Expedition Reviews

Bought this car new from dealer. 6 months later, the air compressor jammed and belt was smoking. Took it for maintenance 3 times, still my AC not fuctioning well. I regret buying a Ford. Gentelmen, beware from buying cheap cars. Japanese cars are more reliable.

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