Specifications | Ford 2004 Automobile User Manual

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For detailed operating and safety information, please consult
your Owner’s Guide.
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Ford Motor Company n Customer Relationship Center
P.O. Box 6248 n Dearborn, Michigan 48121
1-800-392-3673 (FORD)
(TDD for the hearing impaired: 1-800-232-5952)
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December 2003
Second Printing
Quick Reference Guide
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Explorer Sport Trac
Litho in U.S.A.
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Volume/Power Control – Press the
control to turn the audio system on
or off. Turn the control to raise or
lower the volume.
AM/FM Select – In radio mode, press
to select AM or FM frequency bands.
In tape and CD modes, press to stop
play and begin radio play.
Seek Function – In radio mode, press
to find the next listenable station up
or down the band. In tape mode,
press to move to the next/previous
selection on the tape. In CD mode,
press to select the next/previous track
on the disc.
Scan Function – In radio mode, press
to hear a sampling of all listenable
stations. In tape and CD modes,
press to hear a brief sampling of
all selections.
Tune Adjust – In radio mode, press to
move to the next frequency up or
down the band.
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Tape/CD Select – Press TAPE to start
tape play; pressing during fast
forward or rewind will stop the tape.
Press CD to start CD play. Pressing
CD repeatedly will toggle between
single CD play and CD changer play
(if equipped).
Autoset Memory Preset – Select AM,
FM1, or FM2 band, then press AUTO
to activate autoset memory preset,
which allows you to set strong radio
stations without losing your original
manually set preset stations. Press
again to deactivate autoset.
Setting the Clock – Press and hold
CLK and press SEEK to set the hour.
Press and hold CLK and press TUNE to
set the minute.
Select – Press to adjust sound output
and distribution after selecting BASS,
TREB, BAL or FADE.
Setting Memory Preset Stations –
Select AM, FM1, or FM2 band, then
select a station. Next, press and
hold a numbered control until the
sound returns.
Fuses – If electrical components in the vehicle are not working, a fuse may have blown. For more
information about changing a fuse, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
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Scan Function – In radio mode, press
to hear a sampling of all listenable
stations. In CD mode, press to hear a
brief sampling of all selections on the
current CD.
CD/AUX – Press to select CD/AUX modes.
No CD will display if there is not a CD
present in the audio system. If a disc is
loaded, there will be a number (1-6)
inside the circle on the display. When in
radio mode, press CD/AUX to play a
loaded CD.
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Loading CD – Press LOAD and then a
preset number to select a slot. Press and
hold LOAD to activate autoload.
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Volume/Power Control – Press the
control to turn the audio system on or
off. Turn the control to raise or lower
volume.
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AM/FM Select – Press to select AM/FM
frequency band. Autostore allows you to
set the strongest local radio stations
without losing your original manually
set preset stations for AM/FM1/FM2.
Press and momentarily hold AM/FM.
AUTOSTORE will flash on the display.
When the six strongest stations are filled,
the station stored in preset 1 will begin
playing. If there are less than six strong
stations, the system will store the last
one in the remaining presets. Press again
to disengage.
Satellite – Your Audiophile radio comes
equipped with satellite-ready capability.
The kit to enable satellite reception is
available through your Ford dealer.
Detailed satellite instructions are
included with the dealer-installed kit.
Disc/Tune CAT – In radio mode, press to
move to the next frequency up or down
the band. In CD mode, press to select a
disc in the CD player. CAT is only available
when equipped with satellite radio. The
kit to enable satellite reception is available
through your Ford dealer. Detailed
satellite instructions are included with the
dealer-installed kit.
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Digital Signal Processing – Press DSP
and then SEL to choose the desired
signal mode.
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Seek Function – In radio mode, press to
move to the next listenable station up or
down the band. In CD mode, press to
select the next/previous track on the
current disc.
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Setting the Clock – Press MENU until
SELECT HOUR or SELECT MINUTE is
displayed. Press SEL to set the time. Press
MENU again to disengage the clock mode.
Setting Memory Preset Stations – Select
AM, FM1, or FM2 band, then select a
station. Next, press and hold a numbered
control until the sound returns.
*CDs with adhesive labels and irregularly shaped CDs may get stuck in the CD player. Homemade
CDs should be identified with permanent felt tip marker rather than adhesive labels.
Fuel Pump Shut-Off Switch – After a collision, if the engine cranks but does not start, the fuel pump
shut-off switch may have to be reset. The switch is located in the passenger’s footwell, by the kick panel.
For more information on resetting your fuel pump shut-off switch, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
Changing the Tires – If you get a flat tire while driving, do not apply the brake heavily. Instead,
gradually decrease your speed. Hold the steering wheel firmly and slowly move to a safe place on the
side of the road. Your vehicle is equipped with a spare tire that can also be used as a regular tire. For
more information on your spare tire, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
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All information contained in the Quick Reference Guide
was accurate at the time of duplication. We reserve the right
to change features, operation and/or functionality of any
vehicle specification at any time. Your Ford dealer is the best
source for the most current information.
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This Quick Reference Guide is not intended to replace your
Owner’s Guide, which contains more detailed information
concerning the features of your vehicle and important
safety warnings to help reduce the risk of injury to you and
your occupants. Always carefully read your entire Owner’s
Guide when first learning about your vehicle and consult the
appropriate chapter when questions arise.
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Fuel Tank Capacity – Explorer Sport Trac has a 22.5-gallon tank. Your vehicle is designed to use
“Flex” fuel and “Regular” unleaded gasoline with a pump (R+M)/2 octane rating of 87 for optimum
performance. The use of gasoline with lower octane ratings may degrade performance.
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Temperature Control – Rotate the
knob to adjust the temperature of
the air flow inside the vehicle.
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Fan Speed Control – Rotate the knob
to adjust the volume of air circulated
in the vehicle.
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A/C – Uses outside air to cool the
vehicle. Air flow will be from the
instrument panel vents only. The air
conditioning will only function if the
outside temperature is about 6°C
(43°F) or higher.
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Max A/C – Uses recirculated air to
quickly cool the vehicle. Air flow will
be from the instrument panel vents
only. MAX A/C is noisier than A/C, but
more economical and efficient.
This mode can also be used to help
prevent undesirable odors from
entering the vehicle. The air
conditioning will only function if the
outside temperature is about 6°C
(43°F) or higher.
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Panel – Distributes outside air
through the instrument panel vents.
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Panel and Floor – Distributes outside
air through the instrument panel
vents and the floor vents.
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Location of the Spare Tire and Tools
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Location
Spare Tire
Under the vehicle just in front of
the rear bumper
Floor – Distributes outside air through
the floor vents.
Jack,
Wheel Nut Wrench
In the passenger-side rear cab compartment
behind the access door in the trim panel
Floor and Defrost – Distributes
outside air through the windshield
defroster vents and the floor vents.
Jack Handle,
Jack Handle Extension
In the passenger-side rear cab compartment
behind the access door in the trim panel
Defrost – Distributes outside air
through the windshield defroster
vents. It can be used to clear ice or
fog from the windshield.
Operating Tips:
Under normal weather conditions, do not
leave the air flow selector in the MAX A/C
or OFF position when the vehicle is parked.
This allows the vehicle to "breathe" using
the outside air inlet vents.
Do not put objects under the front seats
that will interfere with the air flow to the
back seats.
Roadside Emergencies – To fully assist you if you should have a vehicle concern, Ford offers a
complimentary roadside assistance program. This program is separate from the New Vehicle Limited
Warranty. The service is available 24 hours, seven days a week for the Basic Warranty period (Canada)
or New Vehicle Limited Warranty period (U.S.) of three years or 60,000 km (36,000 miles). Roadside
assistance will cover:
Changing a flat tire
Lock-out assistance
Jump-starts
Towing of your vehicle
Limited fuel delivery
Roadside Assistance Centers
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Phone Number
United States
(800) 241-3673
Canada
(800) 665-2006
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Tire Pressure – Your tire pressure is properly set at the dealership according to the recommended
specifications found on the Tire Pressure Label located on the driver’s door jamb. Please check your
tire pressure during routine maintenance and seasonal changes.
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For complete details on any roadside assistance concern, please consult the Roadside Emergencies
chapter or the Customer Assistance chapter in your Owner’s Guide.
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CAUTION: DO NOT USE CD WITH ADHESIVE LABEL*
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EXPLORER
SPORT TRAC
Quick Reference Guide
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From the rugged exterior styling to the bountiful amenities,
every No Boundaries vehicle is fully equipped to help you enter
the next territory. In order to help you fully appreciate the
numerous features of your new vehicle, we invite you to explore
this easy-to-use Quick Reference Guide. Used in conjunction with
the Interactive Owner Experience CD-Rom, you can briefly hear
how to operate the features listed to the right once you place
the CD into any audio CD player. Find the numbered call-out from
the photograph of the instrument panel located in the center of
the Quick Reference Guide, and then select the corresponding
numbered audio track on the CD. For more comprehensive
information, place the CD into any computer.*
This vehicle handles differently from an
ordinary passenger car in driving conditions
which may occur on streets and highways
and off-road. DRIVE WITH CARE AND
WEAR A SAFETY BELT AT ALL TIMES. Ford urges you to read the
Owner’s Guide and Driving Your SUV or Truck Supplement for
further information on safe driving precautions and instructions.
Rotate clockwise
to the first
position to turn
on the parking
lamps, instrument
panel lamps,
license plate
lamps and tail
lamps. Rotate to the second position to
also turn on the headlamps.
Use the instrument panel dimmer control,
which is located to the right of the headlamp
control, to adjust the intensity of the panel
lighting during headlamp and parking lamp
operation. Rotate up to brighten and down
to dim. Rotate to the full up position (past
detent) to also turn on the interior lamps. To
turn off the interior lamps, rotate to the full
down position (past detent).
You may also set the headlamps to
automatically turn on at night and off
during the day by using the autolamp delay
system (if equipped) located on the headlamp
control. In addition, the delay system can be set
to keep the headlamps on for up to three
minutes after the key is turned to OFF. For more
information, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
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*Refer to the minimum configuration
requirements located on the back
panel of the CD jacket.
Headlamp/Panel Dimmer Control
Check Engine Lamp
The Check Engine indicator light
illuminates when the ignition is
first turned to the ON position to
check the bulb. Solid illumination
after the engine is started indicates
the On Board Diagnostics System (OBD-II)
has detected a malfunction. For more
information, please consult the On board
diagnostics (OBD-II) section in the
Maintenance and Specifications chapter
of your Owner’s Guide.
Your vehicle is also equipped with a check
fuel cap lamp that illuminates when the fuel
cap is not correctly installed. Continually
driving with this light on may cause the
check engine warning light to come on. To
help prevent activation, always secure your
fuel cap by turning it clockwise 1/8 of a turn
until it stops.
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ABS Warning Lamp
Illuminates momentarily when the
ignition is turned to the ON position.
In an emergency, apply continuous
force on the brake to prevent wheel lock
when braking on slippery surfaces – do not
pump your brakes. Any pulsation or
noise you may feel or hear is normal.
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Hazard Flasher Control
The hazard flasher control is located on the
steering column, just behind the steering
wheel. Press to activate all hazard flashers
simultaneously in an emergency, or to warn
traffic of vehicle breakdown, approaching
danger, etc. Press the control again to turn
the flashers off. The hazard flashers can be
operated when the ignition is off.
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Gearshift/Overdrive Control
Overdrive is the normal drive position for the
best fuel economy. Only deactivate (O/D OFF)
overdrive when: driving with a heavy load,
towing a trailer up or down steep hills, or
when additional engine braking is desired. To
deactivate, press the transmission control
switch on the end of the gearshift lever.
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Four-Wheel Drive (4X4) Control
(if equipped)
Two-wheel drive (2WD)
powers the rear wheels
only and is used for street
and highway driving. 4X4
High is used for extra
traction such as in snow, icy
roads, or in off-road
situations. It should not be
operated on dry pavement.
4X4 Low uses extra gearing to provide
maximum power to all four wheels.
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To operate, the speed
control must be ON and the
vehicle’s speed must be at or
above 48 km/h (30 mph). To
set a speed, press SET ACC.
To set a higher speed, press
SET ACC again. To set a lower
speed, press COAST. Pressing
RSM will return to a previously
set speed. To turn the speed
control off, press the OFF button or
turn off the vehicle’s ignition. Depress
the brake pedal to disengage.
To shift between 2WD and 4X4 High: Turn
the control between the 2WD and the 4X4
High position at any forward speed, as long
as the rear wheels are NOT slipping.
To shift to or from 4X4 Low: Bring the
vehicle to a complete stop. Depress the
brake. Place the gearshift in N (Neutral),
and then turn the control to the
desired position.
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Premium Dual Media Radio
(if equipped)
Please see reverse side for more details.
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In Dash Six CD Radio
(if equipped)
Please see reverse side for more details.
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Power Down Back Window Control
Turn counterclockwise and release
to lower the window to the full-open
position. Turn the control clockwise and
release to raise the window to the full-closed
position. Press once to move the window (up
or down) to the vent position. If the window
is already in the vent position and the control
is pressed, no movement will occur.
To operate the power down back window,
the ignition switch must be in the ON or ACC
position. All rear-seat occupants and/or cargo
must be properly restrained and clear of the
back window opening before operating the
power down back window.
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Climate Control System
Please see reverse side for more details.
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Check
Engine
Lamp
Speed Control (if equipped)
Headlamp/Panel
Dimmer Control
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ABS
Warning
Lamp
5 Hazard
Flasher
Control
Gearshift/
Overdrive Control
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7 Four-Wheel
Drive (4X4)
Control
(if equipped)
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Audio
Systems
10 Power Down
Back Window
Control
Door Controls
Remote Entry System (if equipped)
Press this control
once to unlock
the driver’s door,
and twice to
unlock all of
the doors. The
interior lamps
will illuminate.
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Press this control once to lock all of the
doors. Pressing the control a second
time within three seconds will chirp the
horn and flash the lights to confirm
that all doors are closed and locked.
Hood Release
Inside the vehicle, pull the hood release
handle located under the bottom of the
instrument panel near the steering column.
Next, release the auxiliary latch located in the
center between the hood and the grille. Lift
the hood and secure it with the prop rod.
Press this control to activate the
panic alarm. Press the control
again or turn the ignition to ON to
deactivate the alarm. The alarm
will only operate when the ignition
is in the OFF or ACC position.
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Rotate the end
of the control
to increase or
decrease the
speed of the wipers.
When the wiper control is on, the speed of
the wipers will automatically adjust with the
vehicle’s speed. Push the control on the end
of the stalk briefly for a single wipe (no wash).
Push and hold for three wipes with a wash.
A long push and hold will activate a longer
wash cycle (up to ten seconds).
The interior lights will turn on when
the remote is used to unlock the doors or
sound the panic alarm. The lights will turn
off if the ignition switch is turned to the ON
position, or after 25 seconds of illumination.
The dome lamp control must not be set to
the OFF position for the system to operate.
Keyless Entry System (if equipped)
This system, located on the outside portion
of the driver’s door, can be used to lock or
unlock the doors without using a key or the
activate/deactivate autolock feature.
For more information, please consult your
Owner’s Guide.
The Explorer Sport Trac is also equipped
with a rear window wiper and washer control,
located to the right of your audio system. Turn
the control clockwise to the desired interval
speed. Press to activate the washer fluid.
For extended wiper blade quality, occasional
cleaning of the wiper blades is required.
Park Brake
Release
14 Turn Signal
and Wiper/Washer
Control
Hood 13
Release
12 Speed
Control
(if equipped)
Climate 11
Control
System
SecuriLock™ Passive Anti-Theft System
The SecuriLock™ passive anti-theft system is
an engine immobilization system. This system
prevents the engine from being started
unless a coded key programmed to your
vehicle is used. Please note that for security
purposes, your coded keys cannot be copied.
If you would like spare coded keys, they can
be purchased from your dealership.
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Power Door Locks – Press the left
portion of the control to unlock all
doors and the right portion to lock all
doors. The power door lock controls
are located on the driver and front
passenger door panels.
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One-Touch Down – This feature
allows you to fully open the
driver’s window when you press
AUTO completely down and release
quickly. Depress again to stop the
window operation.
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Power Windows – Press the
top portion of the rocker switch to
close the window. Press the bottom
portion to open.
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Window Lock – This feature allows
only the driver to operate the power
windows. To lock out all window
controls except for the driver’s, press
the left side of the control. Press
the right side to restore the
window controls.
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