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1993 explorer 4.0 ltr

Replaced head gaskets washed componets at tjme of replacement now has a dead spot at aceleration when you hit the gas it just dies did also replace spark plugs help

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  • jay horsley Aug 27, 2008

    somehow it was contamination on maf sensor replaced and runs great thanks though

  • lea_and_bri May 11, 2010

    fixed ?

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Ck the maf sensor. It contro;ds air/fuel ration. It's the first sensor out of the air filter. good luck

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Not sure how to do this on this model, although I own a 94 Ford Explorer with the V6 4.0 Liter motor.

Basically, when a gas engine doesn't run, you check 4 things, and narrow it down from there.

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i hope you eat that deer!! its cost you dear to fix it?
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Do this first !

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