Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
The park switch is located on the bottom drivers side of the transmission. You'll recognize it by the lever sticking out of the transmission and the semi-circular switch mounted below it. It should have two bolts or nut's that adjust that switch. It's very sensitive so it might take a little tweaking to get it right on the money. You'll probably have to move the switch just a touch counterclockwise. A couple of minutes of playing with it (and a few times in and out from under the truck) you can get it dialed in.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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