Question about 2000 Ford Explorer
I suspect that the throttle plate is stuck and the motor gear that drives it is trying to move it closed. Remove the throttle body and clean out the deposits.
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the passenger side of the intake manifold, coming off the bottom
about the center of the engine front to back, you'll feel a hose that
comes off a nipple. That hose makes a 90 degree bend and goes around to
the rear of the motor. Where that hose meets the Y-connector from the
other side of the intake you'll find the PCV valve. It's almost
impossible to see it with the hood installed, and even tougher to reach
A good source of information for Ford Explorers can be found here
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Try lubing any bushings with a silcone spay lube i have ran into this before and the bushing on the sway bar links get dry and make a squeeking noise.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Look under the dash on passenger side and just to the left of the blower motor housing you will see the 4WD control module.Remove the 2 screws holding the module and let it hang down and your resistors are behind this.Remove the 2 screws holding the resistors and remove.
Now I am assuming you have manual climate control and not electonic.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
I had same problem on my 2002 explorer. Its either the computer module, or the electric solenoid on the transfer case. In my case it was both. The computer module I had done twice in 14 months.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
The ABS light is for the Anti-lock Braking System. The MIL will illuminate if there is a difference in wheel speed sensors signals to the PCM. So you might have a wheel speed sensor that is going out on you. Does the light come on at low speeds, or just higway speeds? You could take the vehicle to a local parts store and have them pull the codes for you and that will tell you which speed sensor is out of whack. Also road grime, dirt and gunk buildup can cause speed sensors to give false readings. Hope tihs helps you out.......
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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