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The Ford Excursion was a full-size SUV based on the F-Series Super Duty pickup platform. Its engines include the standard 5.4L V8 and the optional 6.8L V10 gasoline engines, as well as Ford's original Power Stroke 7.3L V8 diesel engine. The 5.4 L Triton V8 engine has a performance rating of 255 hp (190 kW)/350 lb-ft (475 N-m) and the 6.8 L Triton V10 engine has a rating of 310 hp (231 kW)/425 lb-ft (576 N-m). The 6.0 L Powerstroke diesel engine is 325 hp (242 kW)/560 lb-ft (759 N-m). It has an overall length of nearly 5.79 meters (19 feet) the excursion can carry up to nine adults and has 1.359 cubic meters (48 cubic feet) of the cargo area. Its unique BlockerBeam technology enhances frontal crash drilling protection and gives the Excursion better crash compatibility with sedans and helps it better disperse impact forces with sedans in a collision. The manufacturer also designed the Blockerbeam system for the first time and installed a trailer flap at the rear to avoid excessive damage to other vehicles in a collision. This design can try to avoid Ford Excursion from obstructing the view of the car, and can effectively prevent the Ford Excursion from collisions with small vehicles.

Despite its durability, the Ford Excursion, like any vehicle, experiences issues over time due to accumulated mileage. A prevalent problem involves engine oil leakage and difficulty starting the vehicle, often accompanied by intensive shaking, engine misfires, and coolant leakage that leads to engine overheating. The vehicle's performance suffers, with hesitant responses during acceleration. In such cases, checking the fuel tank sending unit, coolant reservoir, and body control module can help. Another issue is the failure of the suspension system, characterized by sluggish vehicle handling, intense vibrations while driving, longer braking times, uneven tire wear, fluid leakage, and distinct rattling or squeaking noises from beneath the car. These are indications to inspect or replace the sway bar bushing, sway bar kit, or shock absorber. For long-term maintenance, the electrical components of modern vehicles like the Excursion also require attention. The parking assist distance sensor, window switch, seat switch, fuel pressure switch, and wind regulator should be periodically cared for and inspected to ensure the Excursion's lifespan.

Every OEM component is subjected to rigorous quality checks, assuring its safety, resilience, and performance that aligns with your original parts. We provide a wide range of Ford Excursion parts, like Door glass and fittings, Body at the best prices possible. If you need Ford Excursion parts, you can shop with confidence on our website. All our OEM parts come with a manufacturer's warranty and are delivered to your door step with a fast delivery service.

Ford Excursion Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to replace the air filter in gasoline and diesel engines on Ford Excursion?
    A: For gasoline engines, the air filter is situated within a housing on the left side of the engine compartment. To replace it, disconnect the mass air flow electrical connector, release the housing's clamp, separate the cover halves, and remove the air filter element. Inspect the filter's outer surface and replace if dirty; if moderately dusty, it can be cleaned with compressed air. Never wash or oil a pleated paper filter. Wipe the inside of the housing, place the new filter, and reinstall the housing. For diesel engines, an air filter restriction gauge monitors air filter condition. Replace the filter if the gauge reads "Change Filter." On 7.3L engines, detach the air intake hose, release the clips securing the air cleaner housing cover, and remove the filter. Wipe the housing's inside, place the new filter, and reinstall the housing. On 6.0L engines, release clamps at each end of the intake duct air filter, separate the components, and replace the filter. Ensure proper engagement of tabs and slots during reinstallation and secure all clamps.
  • Q: How do you remove and install an alternator in Ford Excursion?
    A: For gasoline engines, begin by disconnecting the cable from the negative terminal of the battery. Next, remove the drive belt, the alternator harness clamp from the alternator stud, and disconnect the electrical connectors from the alternator. If your engine has an alternator bracket, remove its bolts. Then, remove the lower mounting bolts and separate the alternator from the engine. When installing, simply reverse the removal process: attach the alternator, connect the electricals, secure the harness clamp, place the drive belt, and finally, reconnect the battery's negative terminal.For diesel engines, start by disconnecting the cable from the negative battery terminal(s). Remove the drive belt. For 2003 6.0L diesel models, take off the upper fan shroud, but for 2004 and subsequent models, remove the cooling fan. Then, disconnect the wiring from the alternator and remove its bolts to detach it from the engine. If working on the auxiliary alternator, you might need to elevate the vehicle for access. For all models, the installation process mirrors the removal. After setting up the alternator and connecting its wiring, position the drive belt and reconnect the negative terminal(s) of the battery.
  • Q: What is the purpose of the crankshaft position sensor (CKP) on Ford Excursion?
    A: The crankshaft position sensor (CKP) determines the timing on each cylinder for the fuel injectors and ignition system. The crankshaft sensor is mounted near the crankshaft pulley. A problem in the crank-shaft sensor circuit will set a diagnostic trouble code. Make sure the ignition key is in the OFF position. Remove the air conditioning compressor. On 2004 models it is not necessary to remove the compressor. It is possible to simply lower the compressor about an inch for access to the sensor. Raise the vehicle and support it securely on jackstands. Working under the vehicle, disconnect the crankshaft position sensor electrical connector. Remove the bolt and detach the sensor. Installation is the reverse of removal.