2018 Ford Explorer Owner's Manual

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2018 Ford Explorer Owner's Manual

At home, in the States, the sixth generation Ford Explorer will have two turbocharged EcoBusts available. The first is a 2.3-liter with a return of 304 hp. 420 Nm and the second – the new V6 3.0 with 370 “horses” and 515 Nm of torque. The transmission is a 10-speed torque converter only, a collaboration between Ford and GM.

The off-road Ford also has a non-rechargeable hybrid version: consisting of a 3.3-liter aspirated engine, an electric motor and a lithium-ion battery hidden under the second row seats. The total power of such a power plant is 324 hp. At the same time, the company claims that the car will be able to drive over 800 km without refueling.

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Common reasons that the 2018 Ford Explorer will not start are a dead battery, a starter or alternator malfunction.

1) The simplest one can be seen on the windshield on the driver's side - at the very bottom.
2) The Vin number is also stamped in the front passenger floor under the trim.
These are the most common places where you can see the VIN code of a Ford. If you can't find the 2018 Ford Explorer VIN number, look in the owner's manual.

Every 2018 Ford Explorer requires maintenance at least once a year or approximately every 10,000 miles, you can find out exactly in the owner's manual for your car.

Your 2018 Ford Explorer should have tires replaced approximately every 4 years or approximately 30,000 miles, and it is recommended that tires be checked periodically for wear and damage.

Batteries wear out for many reasons, there is no ideal time frame, but on average, replace the battery in your 2018 Ford Explorer every 4 years.