Question about Ford Explorer
I think there is a fuel problem , check fuel flow and pressure, if the flow is low replace the fuel filter, if pressure is low check fuel pressure regulator if ok replace fuel pump.
Posted on Sep 21, 2015
Thanks for giving a good deal of info to go on. When i think of what temperature will have an effect on I think of oil. Oil would work better in winter because it is thicker and lubricates better. In summer it will thin out and maybe with the higher mileage it has an effect on the motor power. What oil was used on the last oil change. Most popular is a 10w-30w. Maybe summer would be better to use straight 30w. If this helps please reply and good luck
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