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Yes there is a way,and it is a lot of work. first drain the radiator,and take the radiator out . remove everything off the front of the motor ,remover the water pump and harmonic balancer ,and when the timing cover. how did it break and how long have you had the explorer. the motor may not be any good if that broke. this is the link to my garageI am on face book. ted's repairs in connecticut
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hey get starter fluid and start the engine go through each vacuum hose and spray each one if it is a vacuum leak the engine will slow the idle and you have found where the problem is
Posted on May 04, 2009
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vehicles from 1996 and up have an OBD II computer. The Major problem
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