2002 Ford Excursion Limited 7.3 on 2040-cars
Bridgeton, New Jersey, United States
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WILL NOT LAST LONG
7.3L DIESEL EXCURSION WITH EXTREMELY LOW MILES
ONE OF A KIND..RUST FREE..EXCELLENT CONDITION..ALL OPTIONS
2002 FORD EXCURSION 4X4
7.3L POWERSTROKE TURBO DIESEL
( 113,226 ORIGINAL MILES )
BEST & RAREST COLOR COMBO
ALL THE OPTIONS !
2ND ROW CAPTAIN CHAIRS
STEERING WHEL CONTROLS
REAR PARKING SENSORS
TRAILER BRAKE CONTROL
TO MUCH TO LIST ...
NEW 20" XD WHEELS
NEW 35" TOYO OPEN COUNRTY TIRES
SETUP FOR GREAT FUEL MILEAGE
MBRP EXHAUST COLD AIR INTAKE
ORIGINAL OWNERS MANUALS
CARPETS PROTECTED SINCE NEW
2 SETS OF KEYS WITH FOBS
RUNS AND DRIVES LIKE NEW
ALWAYS SERVICED AND DETAILED
THIS TRUCK IS IN AMAZING CONDITION !
YOU WILL NOT FIND A NICER EXCURSION ANYWHERE!
WILL NOT LAST !
BEST OF THE BEST
DON'T SNOOZE AND LOSE THIS ONE !
Ford Excursion for Sale
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Auto blogFri, 26 Sep 2014
Ford has announced a major recall of 850,000 vehicles from model years 2013 and 2014 due to a problem with the "restraints control module."
According to Ford, a short circuit could develop in the module, causing the airbag warning light to illuminate. In more severe cases, dependent on where the short develops, the airbags and seatbelt pre-tensioners may not work in the event of an accident. The problems can be more wide-ranging than that, too, as systems that rely on information from the control module, such as the stability control can be affected.
With 850,000 vehicles affected, it's no surprise that some of Ford's volume leaders are covered. That includes the Fusion and Lincoln MKZ sedans, as well as the incredibly recall-prone Escape and the C-Max MPV.
The 2015 Mustang is one of the most hotly anticipated vehicles of the moment, and Ford continues to leak out interesting little details about its newest pony car. The latest info doesn't have anything to do with its quarter-mile time or handling, but if any of that goes drastically wrong, the innovative new glovebox-mounted airbag may prevent passengers from knee injuries.
All variants of the 2015 Mustang get the active knee airbag as standard, and it's the first vehicle in Ford's lineup to receive the system. The setup is actually quite simple and ingenious. The glovebox is made from a plastic outer panel that is attached to the inner door. Sandwiched between them is this new injection-molded plastic bladder that folds flat when in use. If the passenger-side airbag deploys, the system springs into action to act as a cushion for your knees. Compared to a traditional knee airbag that has to fully inflate, this arrangement is 65 percent lighter and can use a 75 percent smaller inflator. It's also basically invisible when you look at the glovebox door.
Ford spokesperson Ed Saenz declined to tell Autoblog whether the system will appear in other vehicles in the Blue Oval's lineup but said, "We're considering other applications." Provided it's effective, the approach seems too simple not to make its way to other products. Scroll down to watch a video showing how the glovebox-mounted knee airbag works.
If there's one thing we'll say about Ken Block and his latest installment in the Gymkhana family, it's that it's far more structured than previous videos, but that doesn't mean it skimps on the entertainment. Block is on a purpose-built course which was touted as "The... Ultimate... Gymkhana... Grid... Course" in last week's preview. Unlike Gymkhana 5, which took placed on closed streets in San Francisco, this course seems much more compact.
Block has an entire array of challenges to tackle in his 650-horsepower Ford Fiesta ST, and none of them look particularly easy. In fact, we'd argue that Gymkhana 6's grid course requires much more precise driving that previous titles. There are Segways, Lamborghinis and massive pieces of construction equipment that all must be dealt with.
We've got the entire 6:28 of Gymkhana madness for you down below. Scroll down for the video and then hit Comments and let us know how this installment compares to previous Block works.