First, check your fuse. If you are not getting power to the amp, that is probably the problem. If not the fuse, probably the amp.
Mine went out a couple of years ago and it ended up being the amplifier, which is located just in front of the subwoofer. It's only a 30 or 40 watt amp, but of course none of the aftermarket amps will just plug in without mods. Luckily I found a friend who knew a guy at the local Ford stealership and got a new replacement for about 75 bucks!
Be careful of trying to buy amps at junkyards. A lot of the junkyard amps have gotten wet and no longer work.
If they are the same model years , the interior space would be the same ( XLT and Eddie Bauer are Ford trim levels , Eddie Bauer having more standard features than the XLT trim level )
Possibly a leak in the fuel system somewhere.
It could be the idle control P1507
if equipt with air ride, have it checked by a mechanic. otherwise, a bad spring or torsion bar.
Most likely a bad coil (each cylinder has one) located at the top of each spark plug
According to Cars.com the 2004 Expedition has a 28 gal tank. This was true for both the low-end LXS 4.6L and the top-end Eddie Bauer 5.4L so it would be safe to assume averthing in between was the same.
That would depend on what year it is . Some years of Ford Expeditions vary if they are 4x4 , have air suspension etcetera . Usually between 26 and 30 U.S. gallons
For this answer you will need to either use an OBD code reader or go to a shop that can read codes. Also make sure that your air suspension switch is turned on.
On the Eddie Bauer it should be the 4.0 L SOHC Check your VIN # - if the 8th "character" is an E it is the SOHC engine , if it is an X it would be the 4.0 L OHV engine.
Naturally an Eddie Bauer store would be your first stop in a mall in Canada, as it would either have the specific products you're looking for or it could order them. Sears also sells the items with less selection but better prices.
Cute western jean pants from Eddie would look great
Itmight be the model of your car. My dad knows.
I was looking at the 1998 Ford Expedition Owner Guide : It shows the ( 4R70W ) which would have been used with the 4.6 liter V8 and the ( E4OD ) which would have been used with the 5.4 liter V8 engine ( of course there would be differences in the tail pieces of the transmissions depending on if it is 4X4 or two wheel drive , so I have only answered some of your question )
If it was to spit out a plug it would have done it by now and been repaired, that's my opinion.
I would suggest the Ford web site.
After inpecting this booster seat, it looks safe enoguh, and i would think this suitable for chidlren aged 4 - 12.
Yes this woofer fits in many vehicles and would sound great in a Ford Escape
probably not since the 96 is a little narrower than the 85 i would say no
I could be wrong, but I don't think you have one; if you do it would be near the trans pan. If your transmission is shifting poorly I would change the filter and fluid.
There is a switch on both drivers side door and passenger door, it is going to be by the door latch you will have to remove the door cover so you can get to it. easy fix would be to spray down with wd-40 or you can by the part for about 15.00 dlls.
The NHTSA doesn't list any recalls for suspension problems on a 1999 Ford Explorer - the only thing close would be the Firestone tires.
Car subs, or subwoofers, is a woofer. A woofer is a speaker dedicated to bass sound only. Car subs would be subwoofers used in cars and not for use in the home.
I gotta say....I am a Ford Man. I worked for the largest Ford dealership in the United States. I like the Expedition "Eddie Bauer Edition" .. I have a 1996 Ford Bronco "Eddie Bauer" with the 5.8L. My truck, with regular oil changes and DuraLube additive, has a respectable 432,965 miles on her...not saying she hasn't had new part put in her, but she still runs like brand new!! I know Chevy had some problems with the drive-trains in their larger SUVs....and the transfer cases were on the weak side. The lincolns are nice, but pricey $$ Hope this helps a bit! Randy G. ASE Certified Master Technician Blue Oval Certified Maser Technician WWW.MYCARDOC.COM
An expedition would be a trip, journey, or travel.
I'd say 2 12" subwoofers would be perfect.