Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Code 402, I would replace DPFE sensor .
code 761- is transmission shift solenoid related, and may be as simple as replacing a clip/retainer in that part of the transmission, unfortunately basically one side of transmission needs to be disassembled to do so. With that said, I'd have an estimate done at 2 or 3 places including a ford dealer, as it may be related to a technical service bulletin that the dealer should have on record, or could be something as simple as a bad connection at one of the wiring connectors. personally I'd fix problem for code 402, then have them erase all codes & see if it comes back. I suspect for code 761, you would feel some shifting problems at least occasionally for that code. If it doesn't come back, I wouldn't worry about it, except maybe a fluid & filter change if not done recently.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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