Question about Ford Explorer
One of the components you changed was bad, or another just popped up. It could be anything, and nothing to do with the work you just had done. A spark plug wire, oxygen sensor, intake sensor, camshaft sensor? Anything. You have to get it to a parts store or a shop and have it checked out on the ob2 scanner.Or the tech 1 scanner depending on what year it is. The gas cap could be loose. Check it out. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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