Question about 1991 Ford Explorer
What size wrench is needed for the anti lock pressure switch
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Ford 1988 Explorer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The gear box is a common problem on this model. That would be the place I would start. A cheap, temporary fix is to go to your local parts store and ask for Lucas Power Steering Stop-Leak. It will buy you some time.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
The neutral tow kit is nothing more than a LED to indicate that the transfer case is in neutral. I installed my own LED and had the dealership download the program. This is for 2001 - 2005. The tow indicator light plugs into the small green connector under the steering wheel. I cut the connector off and installed straight line wire connectors and hooked it up to the LED. I had the dealer confirm that following the sequence of steps the transfer case was in neutral. Make sure the vehicle is secured (won't roll away)
1. have the engine running
2. put the shift level into neutral
3. turn the key back one position (off but not locked)
4. indicator light wil come on and then turn off
5. press the brake and the 4X4 auto button for about 5 seconds
6. the indicator light will flash 4 times and then stay on
7. release the brake and the 4X4 button
8. transfer case is in neutral
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
Check to see if one of the larger fuses in the Power Distribution Box needs to be replaced. Fuses say: FOAB 14B192-AA 5H11 0301 or 0302. When it happened to the person that I bought it from, he said he switched one out for the other, and then it started. It's an intermitten problem with mine, and I haven't figured it out yet, but I am hoping that's all it is.
Posted on Dec 07, 2011
I have a 2005 Eddie Bauer edition Explorer and I just went throught this problem last week. I first want to say I know less about cars than the average guy so I took it to a "family mechanic" he said I had a bad wheel bearing on the front passenger side. I went to Autozone and got the Duralast wheel bearing hub assembly w/ABS sensor and some new brake pads since I was taking the wheels off anyway. Bought a Haynes manual and used a friends garage and changed the hub assembly in a couple hours and the problem is fixed. So the thing I learned is don't start throwing expensive parts at it until you can get an "HONEST" diagnosis of the issue. Hope this helps you and others
Posted on Sep 01, 2012
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