Question about 1991 Ford Explorer
The only central connecting point for all these systems is the ECM. I mean it is possible you have a vacum leak on the cruise control system causing a problem and then a short or blown fuse that would effect the door locks and finally a bad solenoid in the trans all at once but I would look at the ECM. Now, if the Trans has been acting up, the 4X4 not working, for a while it is possible that it is just that bad Solenoid in the transmission. I would check the ECM first then move to the Transmission.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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