Question about 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
My Pic-up hesitates for a few seconds on idle speed and continues to run fine. Then it starts all over again. NO check engine light. One thing I have noticed; the problem is becoming more frequent.
In addition to the above, also try cleaning the Mass Air Sensor. it is located just past your air cleaner going back towards the engine. Just unscrew the to star bolts and you will see a small fillament when you remove the sensor. If it is not shinney and appears dirty, give it a qiuck blast of carb cleaner and then let it dry for a minute. Put the sensor and bolts back in and see if that helps. I have used this on two Ford Ranges and an Explorer. Seems to help a rough running older engine.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Time for sparkplug change, gas filter change
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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