1998 Ford Expedition Xlt Sport Utility 4-door 5.4l 297k Power Ac 4x4 Tow Package on 2040-cars
Seabrook, New Hampshire, United States
Up for auctions is a:
1998 Ford Expedition XLT
Has current sticker on it.
Brand new tires on the back, almost new on the front.
It has a trailer hitch and light hook up (Tow Package) with a 4,000 pound towing capacity
4 wheel drive
power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, Air Conditioning, leather seats, running boards, stereo, roof rack
engine starts right up every time and runs strong.
5.4L V8 Eddie Bauer XLT
Does NOT have any error codes on instrument cluster
All Lighting works
Condition: No rust or body rot, in pretty good physical and running shape, especially considering the mileage.
Known Defects: I have gone through the vehicle completely and made a few recent repairs. Some of the things that need to be fixed are the horn doesnt work, but from the checks ive done, it appears to possibly just be the horn itself, which you can purchase another one at a junk yard and replace. The front drivers seat does not move forward or backwards, its power. It does go up and down though. I have purchased a used seat switch from the local salvage yard, I just havent had the time to install it yet. It may fix the issue it may not. And the side of the seat is torn up a little as you can see in the photos. If you would like to pay an extra $100, I'll go the salvage yard and get another power seat, remove the old one, and put the replacement in free of charge, your just basically paying for the seat, my labor and time is free. Theres a minor crack in the rear drivers side tail light, but the light still works fine, and the crack isnt noticeable at a distance. If your willing to pay $40, i'll get you another tail light and replace that also, but the crack is what I would call minor and doesnt effect the lighting. The running board lights dont work, but I havent got underneath yet to look to see if its just a simple plug issue. Its not a fuse issue as I replaced every single fuse with 30amp fuses. To my knowledge those are the only issues, the horn, drivers side seat, and small crack in rear tail light. All minor issues and easily fixable.
I will personally detail the car the best I can prior to any buyer coming to view and purchase the vehicle, so it will be squeaky clean.
**Please do not purchase this vehicle and take the ad down if you do not intend on paying, or if you intend on trying to pay a lower price when coming to view the vehicle at pick up. If you would like to see the vehicle PRIOR to buying through this ad, just email me and you can come look at it any time you wish. The final price is the final price, no exceptions. Its a pretty good deal and wont last long with winter time coming up, everyone wants a 4 wheel drive vehicle with a tow package right now. Plenty of interior room also to bring the family around.
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