How to Replace a Tie Rod on a '98 Expedition?

Answer The tie-rod ends on your Ford Expedition are linking components of the steering system, connecting the steering knuckle on each wheel to the suspension's center link. You may need to replace the ti... Read More »

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How to Replace the Muffler on an Expedition?

If your Ford Expedition SUV is making loud noises from the exhaust system, it likely means the muffler has corroded or been damaged. If the muffler has any holes or leaks, you need to replace it. R... Read More »

How to Replace Air Springs on a 98 Expedition?

A 1998 Expedition came from the factory with either a coil spring or an air spring for the rear suspension. The air springs are part of the adjustable hide height system which keeps the rear of the... Read More »

How to Replace Shocks on an Expedition?

The shocks on your Ford Expedition should be replaced every 75,000 miles. The shocks are located at each corner. Worn shocks will create a bumpy ride and poor handling. The front tires only need to... Read More »

How to Replace an Expedition Radiator?

The automotive radiator is designed to remove heat from engine coolant in a sealed environment. In the event a radiator is damaged and leaks, or becomes blocked with hard water deposits, it is in t... Read More »