Discussion in '3rd Gen 1997-2002 2.0L SOHC' started by bluEscort99, Oct 19, 2006.
204,300 on my 1998.
171,600 on my 98' Tracer original engine and trans, no major issues.
Little under 102K. See sig for services since 100K.
295,697 Miles on 1998 Escort SE. 5 Speed manual. Has only needed regular maintenance.
Currently needs rear struts, some exhaust work, and a coolant leak repair.
Just a bit of rust repair, too.
Hit 211k last weekend. 1997 SPI Manual. Cat back exhuast. Modded OEM CAI. #4 valve seat started to drop but my Machine shop I go to was able to fix it for now. Runs like a Guy you know lol.
162,000 on my 99 wagon. Still runs and drives great.
Just passed 300,000 yesterday. Car runs as well as expected.
357k on my 94 2nd Gen still running super strong I love my escort 1.9 32mpg city 39 highway.
I have 1998 se 4 dr sedan 5 SPD an its got 211k
I'm at the same on my '97 just got a new exhaust because my flex tube looked like Swiss cheese and I had 7 breaks in it from my manifold to my muffler no more jet engine
I was wondering which one is better for the price on my 97 wagon
156K on my 99; bought 7 years ago this July w/101K miles. Great car!
My 1998 Tracer is nearly at 130,000, I bought it in 2010 with 97,000
I am just over 331K miles now. Looks like I have been updating this almost yearly.
About 80K of those have been mine over the last 5.5 years since I bought it. The car has been great. I have been replacing things lately well before they were needed, just to tune it up. With what I have done in the last year I should be good from 380K to 400K miles as far as most of the maintenance items go. I am actually going to the junkyard tomorrow to try and see if I can snag a spare engine and manual transmission for it. I wanted to do a port and polish and other stuff while it was open last time, but I didn't have time. I might as well get another engine and tune it up in my spare time. It currently has an automatic but I would really like to put a manual transmission in it. I Might as well try while pick-n-pull is having a 50% off sale. One of the cashiers said it would be around $250-$300 for the transmission swap with sale prices for the list of parts I showed him the other day.
Roughly 190000 on mine. Had to use CARFAX and ECM data to get the mileage due to a failed VSS and a sprung (rolled back) odometer.
I at 385,000 on my 97, still runs awesome
Hit them lucky 7's today!
At roughly 223,000
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