really awful
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
190,000 miles
Total Complaints:
2 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. continuing to replace same fuse (1 reports)
  2. replace fuse, relay (1 reports)
2003 Ford Expedition electrical problems

electrical problem

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2003 Ford Expedition Owner Comments

problem #2

Jul 082016

Expedition 5.4L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 230,000 miles


my sister just got back from a trip, i went to the store, car working fine. came out of store car would not start. it was not getting fuel. waiting for tow truck got it back home, order a fuel pump put in still truck would not start. it has a fuel shut off but that was not it. look up online that fuse box the relay for fuel can burn out or blown, but it is internal built in the whole fuse circuit box. i took it out look in side that what it was it was burnt to get a new one me doing the work the part cost $375 and the fuel pump $120 if i had a mechanic do the job God know how much that would cost it seem a lot of the expedition and Lincoln navigator are having this happen even at lower mills then mine ford should pay us back or replace just waiting for tow truck hurt me i diabetic

- , Camden Wyoming, DE, USA

problem #1

Mar 012012


  • Automatic transmission
  • 150,000 miles

In March 2012 our 2003 Ford Expedition would not start and left my wife stranded. After having it towed to FireStone they discovered it was a fuse that caused the vehicle not to start. After replacing the fuse they recommend we take it to a Ford Dealership because they also felt there was a lot of excess wiring. Well, we did take it to a Ford Dealership and they stated there wasn't any excess wiring and their machinery showed no electrical faults. Well, a couple of months later my wife and grandson, this time, were left stranded. Took it back to the Ford Dealership for repair. They said it was fixed. 2 months later my wife is stranded again, but this time we figured out what fuse it was a brought it at Auto Zone. The Dealership says they don't know what it is, but can replace the Alternator/Starter for $500, but that's no guarantee the problem will be fixed. Now, is it me or does that sound crazy? I wrote the corporate office and they referred me back to the local office. Talk about passing the BUCK. I wrote NHTSA and it doesn't appear they're going to do much. I'm trying you guys and the local news for help to this problem. There's a blogger site of Ford Expedition problems and one person stated initiating a class action suit. Is that a good idea? I just want my vehicle fixed so my wife, who drives it the most doesn't get stranded on a long road trip. The local dealer told me I might just want to purchase a new vehicle - WOW

- , Clarksville, TN, US

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