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Where is the Schrader valve on a ford Explorer 1995 V6

Where is the Schrader valve on a ford Explorer 1995 V6

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  • bob6508 Feb 02, 2010

    fuel system

  • Dan Jimenez
    Dan Jimenez May 11, 2010

    Are you working on the fuel system, or the A/C system? They both contain a Schrader valve.



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I believe the schrader valve for checking your fuel pressure can be seen looking from the passenger side of the engine. It is on the fuel rail, which is installed between your lower and upper intake manifold sections, about the center of the fuel rail.

Hope helps (remember rated this) Good luck.

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  • ZJ Limited
    ZJ Limited Feb 02, 2010

    Look foward on the fuel rail and a little toward the driver's side...

    As viewed from the driver's side with the intake plentum removed on the
    SOHC engine. The valve typically has a blue cap over it and sits near
    the oil fill cap, the CPS (camshaft position sensor), and the EGR

    Hope this help.

  • Dalton Ketchum Aug 19, 2017

    What if it doesn't push anything out or have pressure

  • Dalton Ketchum Aug 19, 2017

    What if there isn't nothing comming out of the Valve or any type of pressure



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