Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
I brought a second hand explorer around 2 months ago.
When test driving it there were no issues. on the drive home it was like it was back firing.
This didnt happen to often but now it is all the time at any speed under pressure and not.
Ww have take it to get looked at, they said O2 sensors so we changed the one they said was rooted. This did not fix the problem, we have tried taking the front axel of to see if this helps and no.
We have taken back to get looked at as we thougth it may be the inlet manifold they saw there is nothing wrong with the inlet manifold.
I havent even been able to drive this anywhere.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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