Question about Ford Explorer Sport
I have a 98 Ford Explorer Sport 4.0 4x4. Has 194,000 miles but had just replaced transmission and new fuel pump. Then timing jumped and damaged engine values. I drove it home and once there, the motor would not turn over. Saved myself a wrecker bill but I think that may be why the engine is damaged. I have a 96 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4 with good motor just bad frame(broke due to rust). Can I use that motor to replace the one in the 98?
Sure you an, but make sure you swap all the electronics to fit the 98
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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