Mine was pretty bad, did it more when cold. I also had transmission problems, it was falling out of gear. Not sure if related, but when Ford reprogrammed mine, the noise was hardly noticeable after that. My 2.3 Explorer doesn’t do it from what I can hear.
needed items deleted, Start/Stop delete and rear climate control delete. The rear climate control can be dealer installed at no charge onc
My Explorer Start/Stop was a factory delete, $50 credit. Nice to look down and see a blank where the button should be.
I had my local dealer work on my old Thunderbird one time, drove it home and it sounded great when you stomped on the gas, popped the hood, the air cleaner assembly was missing, no wonder it sounded great, open carb.
Dealer should take care of this at no charge I'd hope.
My ‘89 Bronco rear seat didn‘t do anything but fold flat. I guess on my new Bronco, I no longer own, I didn’t really see a need for reclining seats, as long as I was comfortable, that’s all that mattered. Those that rode in the back never really complained though.
My OBX didn't have the 360 copilot, but it had BLIS. Base models that don't have BLIS I guess get the different side mirror with blind spot.
MY OBX didn't have the 360 copilot assist camera setup like my new Explorer does, other than the rear backup camera, I actually find the extra cameras...