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I need a picture of the 02 sensors on a 1996 ford explorer

I need a picture of the engine and where the oxegon sensors are on a 1996 ford exploreer eddie bauer 4.0 l

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No you don't

You have front or upstrean O2 Sensors before the exhaust
converters & downstream or monitors in the converter outlets

You obviously have wires going to them

If you went under the vehicle you wouldn't be asking

Posted on Nov 27, 2012

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SOURCE: overdrive transmission

this is the old style transmission code you have a problem with a solenoid inside the transmission go to a transmission shop to read and replace the solenoid only not a rebuild usually

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on right or left in rear inside a door near jack

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SOURCE: Ford Explorer Oil change rest message

Turn ignition on. Don't start the car. When the message shows up press setup. It will tell you to press reset to reset the oil life to 100 %.

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SOURCE: The lower lumbar support on the driver seat will

the air lumbar is an air bladder in the seat that is inflated by an air pump. Either the Check valve in the pump has failed and not holding air in the baldder, or the bladder has cracked and is leaking. May be possible to find another seat at a junk yard that is the same as yours. Replacing the entire seat is simpler then replacing just the bladder and pump assembly.

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