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What size wrench is needed for the anti lock pressure switch
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SOURCE: power steering leak on a 1988 full size bronco

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

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SOURCE: I HAVE A 2004 FORD EXPLORER AND A PICTURE OF A WRENCH APPEARS

Stop by your local parts store and they will read your codes for free and tell you what the cause is.

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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SOURCE: LOOKING FOR A NEUTRAL TOW KIT FORD EXPLORER V8

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

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SOURCE: how to by pass a 1996 ford explorer anti theft system

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

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SOURCE: wrench, ABS, aniti skid, 4x4 lights on dash

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

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Where is oil sending unit located on a 2002 honda odyssee 3.5 vtech located


I have done this on a 2003 Odyssey EX. The oil pressure switch is located on the oil pump assembly, which is behind the passenger side front wheel. There are 2 sensors - the oil pressure switch is the furthest one and least accessable. You need to pull off the connector, which is very tight. I used a pair of pliars with a cloth to twist it off. Be carefull not to damage the connector. There are 2 different switches available for the 2003, each with different tread sizes. I used a regular wrench to remove/install the switch, and it stopped the leak that prompted the repair. Another TIP: watch how long your wrench is, because you can catch the power steering pressure switch wiring harness and break the thin wires, leading to a much more expensive repair.... Next time I will disconnect the power steering pressure switch first and pay more attention. Or buy a shorter wrench.... Good luck!After you remove take to Auto part store and match up with a new one.Adeep well socket may also work.here's another site I found on removing.
  1. Locate the oil pressure sending unit on the engine.
  2. Note the anti-theft code and radio presets for the radio.
  3. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  4. Disconnect the sending unit electrical harness.
  5. Using a pressure switch socket, deep-well socket or wrench, loosen and remove the sending unit from the engine.
To install:
  1. Apply a liquid thread sealant to the sending unit and install the sending unit in the engine and tighten securely.
  2. Attach the electrical connector to the sending unit.
  3. Check the engine oil level and top off as necessary.
  4. Connect the negative battery cable.
  5. Enter the anti-theft code and radio presets for the radio.
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ABS light on dash is stuck on how do I get it off on a 95 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer edition


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Why wont my 97 explorer key turn. i have tried everything but the drill. it is in off position,steering is locked, and the key is removable. getting really irritated


when the car was turned off sometimes if there is excessive pressure on the wheels to try and turn, this can happen. Try grabbing the steering wheel, rock it left to right and see if the key will turn. Please don't excert excess force on the key!

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Hi Jcetkt, Make sure the park brake is fully engaged. Chock the wheels and prepare a long extension with the correct size socket spanner, (A box wrench set onto a long extension) Slide under the vehicle and loosen it from the bottom. It may be a good idea to have a pal guiding the wrench from top side. Regards John

Feb 23, 2012 | 1998 Ford Explorer

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How do you change the oil pressure switch on 99 ford explorer? And where is it located in laymens terms.


OIL PRESSURE SWITCH ON LOWER SIDE OF ENGINE NEXT TO THE OIL FILTER.BOTH ARE ON THE SAME OIL CHANNEL IN CYLINDER BLOCK.ALL YOU HAVE DO TO REMOVE IT.IS DISCONNECT OIL PRESSURE SWITCH ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR.THEN USE A OIL PRESSURE SWITCH SOCKET WITH A RARCHET WRENCH AND EXTENSION..YOU CAN BUY SOCKET AT ANY AUTO PART STORES.REMOVE OIL PRESSURE SWITCH. WHEN INSTALLING NEW ONE MAKE SURE THREADS HAS SOME KIND OF SEALER LIKE TEFLON TAPE CAN BE USED ON NEW OIL PRESSURE SWITCH IF IT DONT HAVE NO SEALER ON THREADS. WHEN YOU GET NEW ONE IN PLACE CRANK VECHICLE CHECK FOR LEAKS.

Nov 14, 2010 | 1999 Ford Explorer

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What is a abs motor 96 explorer


It is the electric motor that is intgrated into the ABS(Anti-lock Brake System). This motor is activated to supply brake fluid pressure to the correct wheels during a skid or brake lock-up so the master cylinder can be active and still let brake pressure be released to the wheels that are skidding. This motor is commonly replaced as a unit with the brake controller assembly.

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5/8 socket for belt tension and where it connects to alt. and a 14mm for alt. should do it I believe.

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How do I change an Ignition on a 1988 Ford Mustang GT Automatic Transmission


Not exactly sure when Ford changed the style. But I think it is this one. First of all do you have the key thet fits the lock cylinder you are changing? If so, put the key in and turn it to the run position. If this is the style I'm thinking about there will be a small hole in the column cover under the lock cylinder. A small allen wrench works fine. Push in with allen wrench and at the same time pull out on lock cylinder. (you may have to turn key alittle one way or the other to release pin.) If you don't have the key for this lock cylinder it will be EXTREMELY difficult to remove. Hope this is helpful .

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