Ford Expedition Remote Programming



The Ford Expedition is a full-size SUV built by the Ford Motor Company. Introduced in 1996 for the 1997 model year as a replacement to the Ford Bronco, it was previously slotted between the smaller Ford Explorer and the larger Ford Excursion, but as of the 2005 model year, it is Ford's largest and last truck-based, off-road and tow-capable SUV. The Expedition is based heavily on the Ford F-150 pickup and continues to share various components (transmissions, electronics, chassis control systems, towing features, etc.) with the full-size half-ton pickup truck. Ford currently offers the standard regular-sized model and the longer EL/Max model, succeeding the Excursion which was discontinued in 2005.

To compete with large police SUVs that are sold by other automobile companies, primarily the Chevrolet Suburban, Ford has made a special version of the Expedition available to law enforcement agencies, fire departments, and EMS agencies. Ford calls it the Expedition Special Service Vehicle (SSV). The only differences between the standard Expedition and the Special Service Vehicle Expedition are provisions for emergency services related equipment such as radios, lightbars, and sirens.