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Does 1998 ford explorer have a modulator valve on the transmission?,,Vehicle uses no oil,,has oil in it,,no water in the oil,,owner says cracked vacum line from oil sensor unit is cracked,,Truck smokes bad once started and runs a while,,,

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At that age the valve seals are probably going bad and thats why it smokes until warm.

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