What is the tow capacity for a 2005 Ford Explorer?

Answer The 2005 Ford Explorer models have a towing capacity of 3,240 to 3,400 pounds, depending on the model. The models of the 2005 Ford Explorer include the XLS and XLS Sport, the XLT and XLT Sport, the... Read More »

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What is the tow capacity of my 2005 Ford F-250 6.0l diesel truck?

Depending on the body style and options, the 2005 Ford F-250 Super Duty has a maximum towing capacity of 14,400 lbs. The standard towing capacity can be as high as 9,400 lbs.Source:MSN Autos: 2005 ... Read More »

Towing Capacity of the 2005 Ford Expedition?

Ford introduced the Expedition full-size SUV in 1997 to compete with Chevrolet's popular Suburban and its GMC cousin the Yukon XL. Early Expeditions were offered with either a V8, a V10 or a 7.3-li... Read More »

What is the towing capacity of a 1999 ford explorer?

When equipped with the V-6 engine, the 1999 Ford Explorer has a maximum towing capacity of 5,640 pounds. The more powerful V-8 Ford Explorer can tow an additional 800 pounds, resulting in a 6,440 p... Read More »

How to Use the Controls in a 2005 Ford Explorer 4X4?

The 2005 Ford Explorer has a number of control systems that can be operated by the driver to control and run the car. These consist of the driver controls, entertainment controls and comfort contro... Read More »