Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
The converter is 13 years old
It won't be too effective by now,
so you may want to consider replacing it
First have a repair shop check your O2 Sensors
The front ones get replaced at 100,000 miles
The rear ones are your Monitor ones you have
an issue with. They may be shot by now
Don't always need a MIL Lamp on dash to have
worn out parts
Posted on May 25, 2011
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