When is a Ford Explorer oil change required?

Answer The Ford Motor Company recommends the same oil change interval for all its makes and models. Drivers should change their oil at least every 5,000 miles or six months, whichever comes first. Those t... Read More »

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How to Reset the Maintenance Required Indicator on a 2000 Ford Explorer?

In 1991, Ford released the much-needed replacement for the Bronco II, the Explorer. Like the Bronco II, Ford based the Explorer on the same platform as the Ranger pickup truck. In 1995, Ford releas... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a Ford Explorer?

The Ford Explorer has a few unique characteristics that make an oil change on the Explorer different from other Ford models. If your Ford Explorer has a 5.0 engine, then the engine block will have ... Read More »

How to Reset the Oil Change Required on a Ford Vehicle?

Ford vehicles have a light that displays on the dashboard to alert the driver that the time has come to change the oil. The vehicle's computer monitors a number of factors such as engine load, rpm ... Read More »

How to Change Ford Explorer Brakes?

It is always advisable to replace the brakes on a Ford Explorer with at least the equivalent type brakes as original. The amount of metallic used in the original pads is designed to dissipate heat ... Read More »