Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
Nothing found? That can't be right.you can buy a OBDII tester for under $20. With that you can read and reset the codes. The dealer can also do this for you. if there is a code and it reoccurs then there is a problem somewhere. I would then take it to a different dealer. Autozone also would do a OBDII test for you and reset the codes. if after 3 times the dealer tells you "nothing found", you need to look at a lemon law and keep documentation of "Nothing found". This could be a serious safety issue.
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Posted on May 19, 2011
Testimonial: "Thank you for the information, I spoke to a mechanic at another ford dealership and he said that there's a sensor on the rear wheel that could be bad "
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