Common Triton Problems

  1. Spark Plugs Stuck in Triton Engine

    Replacing spark plugs in cars has been a relatively simple task since Henry Ford mastered the assembly line, that is unless you have a Ford V8 engine from 2004-2008. Those 3-valve engines hold on to their spark plugs like an anaconda choki…

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  2. Spark Plugs Ejected in Triton Engine

    Ford Triton engines are spitting out spark plugs like sunflower seeds, but the suits in Detroit act like there isn't any problem. They're wrong. We believe this defect affects the following 2-valve engines: Triton 4.6L V8, 5.4L V8, 6.8L V10…

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Where You'll Find These Problems

  1. 4th Generation Explorer

    Years
    2006–2010
    Reliability
    86th of 94
    PainRank
    41.52
    Complaints
    1117
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  2. 3rd Generation Expedition

    Years
    2007–2017
    Reliability
    54th of 94
    PainRank
    8.38
    Complaints
    298
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  3. 2nd Generation Expedition

    Years
    2003–2006
    Reliability
    78th of 94
    PainRank
    31.4
    Complaints
    669
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  4. 11th Generation F-150

    Years
    2004–2008
    Reliability
    90th of 94
    PainRank
    50.58
    Complaints
    2404
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