Call To Order: 1-800-541-9352

Get the Best Priced Ford Expedition Parts

Select Your Vehicle:
  • Fast Shipping
  • 30-Day Return Policy
  • Low Prices

 


Ford markets best-selling cars such as the Expedition, and they are regularly found on American roads. Utilize PartsGeek whenever you need the best OEM or aftermarket car parts and you'll get outstanding service and a competitive price day in, day out. The dependability and skilled design associated with the Ford Expedition encourage always acquiring replacement and aftermarket components with equal quality; outstanding parts don't need to cost an arm and a leg. A Ford Expedition is regarded as a high-quality vehicle but with wear the best-engineered vehicles must have periodic maintenance and repair.

High-quality auto parts are what repair techs need to keep that Ford running well however tough the environment. If you want Ford Expedition parts, it's good sense to find only top-notch OEM and aftermarket parts on the market - and at Parts Geek you'll find affordable prices on or off the Internet all handled with world class service. Often the most frustrating aspect about restoring a Ford is the quest for an honest source for reliable parts. When your Ford needs work, the logical approach is installing a new top-notch OEM or replacement auto part to keep your vehicle in optimum running order.


Ford Expedition Replacement Parts
› Show Side Navigation
› Change Vehicle
Showing 1 to 10 of 20,460 Products
Review Fitment Notes to Ensure Proper Fit
Select Year
Select Part
Select Category
Select Brand

Shop By Expedition Category

Ford Expedition

The Ford Expedition is a full-size SUV that was first introduced to the market in 1996 for the 1997 model year as a replacement for the Bronco. The Expedition is based on the design of the Ford F-150 and shares a number of components with that model. This SUV comes in both a regular size and a longer version, the latter of which replaced the Excursion after its demise in 2005. The Expedition is the third vehicle to use that name--its first use was on a 1992 F-150 Eddie Bauer Expedition, a concept vehicle. It was also used for a brief time during the 1995 model year for one of the trim levels of the Ford Explorer Sport.

The Expedition offered seating for up to nine passengers in pre-2007 model years while 2007 and newer models have bucket seats in the first row. The Expedition comes with a V8 engine and is similar to the Lincoln Navigator, especially the Limited or King Ranch trims that were part of the 2005 model year. The Ford Expedition has the reputation of being among the longest-lasting vehicles. It received the #4 spot in a 2016b study conducted by SeeCars.com that listed the top 10 vehicles by longevity.

An enhanced Expedition and Expedition EL were introduced on February 18, 2014 for the 2015 model year. This update was the first major rework for the full-size SUV since the model year 2007. The debut of the updates was presented at the Dallas-Fort Worth Auto Show on February 19, 2014 because of the impact of the market in Texas, especially Houston and Dallas. Even though there has been a 27 percent drop in sales since 2008, Ford plans to continue production of the Expedition.

Expedition retained its design of body-on-frame thus allowing it to remain a heavy-duty truck capable of handling towing and hauling. The model update included the installation of an EcoBoost V-6 engine with an aluminum engine block with a power output of approximately 365 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque. This engine replaces the V-8 that was part of the 2007-2014 model years in an effort to make the Expedition more economical. There were few changes to the interior other than upgraded materials and a few other minor changes.

The majority of the features that Ford introduced in the 2015 model year were carried into 2016 models. In addition, the Expedition began including Ford's enhanced SYNC3 to the trim: optional on the XLT and standard on Limited, King Ranch, and Platinum. The Limited also added Sony's Premium Audio System to its selection of standard equipment. The 2017 model year began selling in June 2016 and didn't include any major changes. This is believed to be the final year for the third generation Expedition.

Once you own an Expedition, you want to keep it in top running order. In order to do that you have to know where to find new and used Ford Expedition parts. One of the best places to find Ford Expedition OEM parts as well as Ford Expedition accessories is PartsGeek.com.



Some of our Customer Reviews
Very Satisfied
Reviewer: pete

This part arrived extremely quick. Installation instructions were on the website, easy to follow. Also saved a chunk of cash.


Very Satisfied
Reviewer: vic ashe

Good quality and great fit for the price


Very Satisfied
Reviewer: M.J. Hunter

This was a simple replacement OEM brake pad for my Expedition. The old pad simply fits over the brake pedal and is just peeled off. This new pad was an exact fit replacement that took 5 seconds to install. A Fast shipping, Great service company.

1998 Ford Expedition Brake Pedal Pad

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Michael Lucas

Well it fits great, works great. Comes with new hose seals, but not compressor seals. You should replace while you gone this far.


Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Mike lucas

Fit like a glove. Great price also. Thank partsgeek


Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Conrad Olson

So far as I can be sure, that this part is correct and will fit my automobile and will soon be installing it and next to order the left-side manifolf to complete the work. And just want to say, YES, I will recommend your products.