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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual Maintenance and Specifications 225
Engine compartment 226
Engine oil 228
Battery 231
Fuel information 239
Air filter(s) 254
Part numbers 255
Refill capacities 256
Lubricant specifications 259
Accessor

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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual Event Data Recording
Other modules in your vehicle—event data recorders—are capable of
collecting and storing data during a crash or near crash event. The
recorded information may assist in the in

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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual WARNING LIGHTS AND CHIMES
Warning lights and gauges can alert you to a vehicle condition that may
become serious enough to cause expensive repairs. A warning light may
illuminate when a problem exists

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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual Check fuel cap (if equipped):
Illuminates when the fuel cap may
not be properly installed. Continued
driving with this light on may cause
the Service engine soon warning
light to come on. Refer toFuel

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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual Engine oil pressure gauge:
Indicates engine oil pressure. The
needle should stay in the normal
operating range (between“L”and
“H”). If the needle falls below the
normal range, stop the vehicle

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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual Yellow area(warning)—the
transmission fluid is higher than
normal operating temperature. This
can be caused by special operation
conditions (i.e. towing or off road
use). Refer toSpecial Operating
C

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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual Safety belt extension assembly
If the safety belt is too short when fully extended, there is a 8 inch (20
cm) safety belt extension assembly that can be added (part number
611C22). This assembly can b

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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual Determining if the system is operational
The SRS uses a readiness light in the instrument cluster or a tone to
indicate the condition of the system. Refer toAir bag readinesssection
in theInstrument C

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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual Power is supplied to all four wheels
through a transfer case or power
transfer unit. 4WD vehicles allow
you to select different drive modes
as necessary. Information on shifting
procedures and mainten

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FORD EXCURSION 2005 1.G Owners Manual TIRE CARE
Improper or inadequate vehicle maintenance can also cause tires to wear
abnormally. Here are some of the important maintenance items:
Tire wear
Measure and inspect the tire tread on all your
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