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Re: no reverse..1998 exporer sport 2 door 4x4 sohc v6...
Your transmission part number for a motocraft rebuilt trans would be TRM1341, as far as they list it the transmission was only for that year, meaning you would need to find another 1998 explorer or 1998 mercury mountaineer in order to replace your trans. hope this helps :)
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the vehicle in the picture i believe is a 1998 -2000 if so ford used the 4.0L not the sohc motor . i just got rid of my 1998 explorier sport 2 door and spent the good part of my life as a mechanic for Ford Motor Company double check the year if you have 1998 to 2001 it is going to be the 4.0L
A change of oil may help, but problem likely due to a combination of stretched timing chain and worn anti rattle chain tensioner.
If noise persists, a new chain and checks to tensioner would be worthwhile.
The injectors may be showing bad because of the stuff that you put into the fuel tank. It will work itself through. If the system is showing lean fuel, replace the O2 sensor if it has over 100,000 miles on it. It directly controls the fuel/air mixture. Replace the fuel filter, don't try to clean it. If things still aren't running right, check the fuel pressure on the fuel rail located over the injectors at the the test port (which looks like a tire valve). The pressure should read around 40 PSI with the engine running. Any reading much lower suggests a worn fuel pump or a defective fuel pressure regulator. You can rent a kit that checks the pressure safely.
that is true your firing order is wrong here is a link to a web sight that has all the 1998 explorers 6cyl just click on the one that your explorer is and it'll show you the correct firing order also make sure you have your plugs gaped right good luck.