The Ford Expedition is a full-size SUV built by the Ford Motor Company first introduced in 1997. The 2007 Ford Expedition was redesigned, utilizing the new T1 platform. The new platform provides 10% more torsional rigidity than the previous model, and includes the independent rear suspension. As in previous years, the Expedition is powered by the 5.4 L (5408 cc, 330 cu in) Triton V8 engine, rated at 300 hp (220 kW) and 365 lbf·ft (495 N·m) of torque, which when properly equipped can tow up to 9,100 lb (4,130 kg).
The following maintenance and owner manual provide detail information about specification, features, operating and maintenance procedures for Ford Expedition 2007 model year. This owner’s manual is divided into following sections: Introduction, Instrument Cluster, Entertainment Systems, Climate Controls, Lights, Driver Controls, Locks and Security, Seating and Safety Restraints, Tires, Wheels and Loading, Driving, Roadside Emergencies, Customer Assistance, Cleaning, Maintenance and Specifications (includes service recommendations, engine oil, battery, fuel filter, engine coolant, etc), Accessories and Index.
Find more about Ford Expedition Maintenance and Owner’s procedures here. (source: fordf150.net)
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