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Old 06-16-2011, 03:53 PM
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corrosion issue: expedition 2001

have 100k on ford expediton 01...have been battling hood corrosion forever on this rig...also doors rusting out from bottom up (gap seal trapped mositure I beleive).......was going to keep it forever? what can be done to fix and preserve..........notice most others 2001 thru 05 are having same issue
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This is the 2007 and up forums, but google Por 15. Works.
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