There is no way for grease to be in your oil for your expedition. There are no "grease-able" part on your engine or transmission for that matter. You are probably seeing either gummed oil or perhaps you are having a head gasket problem that is allowing water into your oil. This would make a mixture looking slightly like mayonase in your oil pan and engine. With as many miles as you are describing in your car, it is most likely the case that there is just some build up of sludge from inferior oil breaking down and 'sludging up'
140000 kilometres is about 86992 miles.
140,000 kilometers is 86,992 miles.
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A mile is a measure of length. An acre is a measure of area.
Not really depend how was serviced and taken care
It could be your bearing are bad.
Check transmission fluid level Perhaps change transmission fluid and filter
Ford Expedition Only Has Two Grease Fittings. Front Suspension Grease Fitting Locations ( Upper Ball Joints And Lower Ball Joints Grease Fittings.) On Driver and Passenger Side. How To Apply Grease: Wipe The balljoint grease fitting clean and push the nozzle firmly over it. Squeeze the trigger on the grease gun to force grease into the component. The balljoints should be lubricated until the rubber seal is firm to the touch. Do not pump too much grease into the fittings as it could rupture the seal. FYI: Ford Only Makes Two Grease Fittings On Their Pickups and SUV. So if you have any problems with bushings, you will have to go back to Ford to get them replaced or find a mechanic who can replace them without the high cost that Ford will charge you or do them yourself if you have mechanic skills. As on the other hand Chevy Pickups and SUV are great, Chevy has a total of Fourteen Grease Fittings for the entire vehicle suspension. All You have to do is get a grease gun, get under the truck and grease all fourteen fittings. Believe me take it from someone who learned first hand. I have a 97 Ford Expedition myself w/ 215,000 miles and still running great no transmission work yet. (thank god)..... Don't get me wrong Expeditions are great SUV but Ford could have made more than 2 grease fittings. You actually need the fourteen grease fittings like Chevy SUV but you don't. Actually there are 2 more fittings on a 97 Expo that shouldn't be ignored. The Idler arm has 2 grease fittings. Keeping this lubed up will greatly extend it's life, which is one of the weak points on the Ford expo like the dang igcnition coils....MY KINGDOM FOR RELIABLE COIL PACKS!!!!Sorry, got off track there. The Idler arm is part of the steering system, and resides on the passenger side of the Expedition, close to the front. It may be covered by grease and dirt, but the bottom fitting should be in plain view. If you can't find it, Google "Ford Idler Arm" and you'll get hundreds of pics that show it, and show it in place so you'll know where to look.
Her exploration was 4000 miles
Miles is the imperial unit of measuring distances. Kilometers or meters is the metric unit. 1 mile is 1.6093 km. So to convert km to miles, we divide by 1.6093. 1 feet = 0.0001893 miles. The corresponding distance in miles is 26.515
It depends on the regular maintained and driving habits... I had a 1998 Ford Expedition XLT 4.6L. With over 125,000 miles on it and running strong... My brother has a 2000 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 5.4L that has over 225,000 + plus miles on his...
8,000 miles across the u.s
The 1999 Ford Expedition gets about 16 miles per gallon at its very best. On average this vehicle gets 12 miles per gallon in city traffic.
The 1998 Ford Expedition SUV gets 12 miles per gallon in the city, and 16 miles per gallon on the highway. This vehicle is powered by an 8-cylinder engine.
Blown head gasket
putting that up on in the internet is cheating... you won't get a your money this way.... ;)
Have one, 4X2, 140000 miles on it and still runs strong, no problems as of yet except normal maintence! What you need to know?
Not really.....I have driven a few of my friends BMW's, they have 233,000 and 224,000 miles on them!!! Granted these arent the best looking cars anymore, and they have problems of course due to the mileage and age, but the engine is still going strong.
The Miles Per Gallon for a 2009 Ford Expedition is 14 miles for city driving and 20 miles for highway driving. This depends on the year and model, but the following are some base rates. Both the 2009 and 2010 Expedition offers 14MPG city, and 20MPG highway. Of course, your milage will vary.
Yea I did 234000 miles on it and it runs like new
how much gas will it take to go 160 miles in a 1999 ford expedition at $4.00 a gallon .