Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
Check to make sure that you have not dislodged any plugs to any sensors.while replacing the air filter you may have unplugged the air flow meter plug.or even the throttle body control,that would be rare though.
Things do fault even when we are working on something else but I would concentrate on anything you may have pulled off without realising,or dislodged with your arms etc.hope this helps or get back to me with your findings.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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