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Ford Explorer and V8 O2 Sensor Locations diagram. This shows the location of Ford oxygen sensors on Bank 1 and Bank 2. If you want to know where your O2 sensors are, this diagram is your guide (click over pic for zoom)...

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2000 Ford... | Answered on Jul 23, 2019


In the picture, note the pcm connector. I'd look under the hood on the firewall in that area. The picture is a v6. This database I use isn't perfect, there are mistakes. It's all I have for ref material. If the picture is wrong, my bad. I would have no idea where your pcm is located w/o looking. good luck
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Ford Explorer... | Answered on Jul 13, 2019


if on and off consistently [short cycling ] the usual cause is low or short on freon others are low pressure sensor switch -or clutch failing but the usual problem is freon level

Ford Explorer... | Answered on Jul 04, 2019


It sounds like the vehicle is in theft mode,did you use a different key? Does the theft light blink really fast with the key off?If the passive anti-theft system has been activated the computer will have to be reset in order to get the vehicle running again.

1998 Ford... | Answered on Jun 27, 2019


Did you get all the vacuum lines back on? If yes let the engine idle then spray around the intake with carb cleaner or starting fluid to check for leaks. Even though it may run kind of good the fuel pump can cause this code, you can see the fuel rail pressure on a good scan tool during a test drive otherwise see it your parts store will loan you a fuel pressure gauge, hook the gauge up and tape it somewhere you can see it while driving and take it for a spin if the pressure drops while cruising change the pump module. I hope this helps. Take care.

Ford Explorer... | Answered on Jun 17, 2019


Being it's a 2016, i would simply take it to the dealer. Iwould think it should still be under warranty.

2016 Ford... | Answered on Jun 16, 2019


That is a code for the TB. Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) Throttle body Air Flow Trim at Max Limit

Remove the throttle body and give it a good cleaning. Use cleaner specified for cleaning throttle bodies, do no use standard carb cleaner

2004 Ford... | Answered on Jun 11, 2019


On top of the valve cover on the drivers side.

Ford Explorer... | Answered on Jun 11, 2019


On this website you find fuse box diagram and description for Ford Explorer

Ford Explorer mk5 from 2010 fuse box diagram Auto Genius

2015 Ford... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019


fuse panel in engine compartment or the passenger side foot well

2003 Ford... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019


Check the engine coolant temperature sensor and MAF sensor. The computer uses both of those to determine air/fuel mixture at cold startup

2004 Ford... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019


I had the same problem that based on interner research is common for Fords trcuks/suvs. The common problem fro rear humming "rubbing"sound might be the rear wheel bearings/seal. These will need to be replaced as it will progressivly get worse and the noise louder and eventually the bearings can sieze. I would hesitate to take to a ford dealer if I were you as it can run $500-900. Take to mechanic that knows how to replace wheel bearings and seals. My mechanic replaced them for about $150. and the bearing and seals are around $40. A good way to test this is to raise the wheel were you can freely spin by hand...if does not spin or there is a lot of friction then it might be the wheel bearings.
Good Luck

2002 Ford... | Answered on May 31, 2019


Check the battery, put in a new one.

2006 Ford... | Answered on May 18, 2019


Your local wrecking yard will have a parts exchange book that can tell if it will enterchange.

Ford Explorer... | Answered on May 10, 2019


Hi there:
I would suspect it is the shifter not the cable or the transmission to rule out the trans from under the explorer on the drivers side near the pan is the shift linkage disconnect it by prying the ball and socket apart and rotate the lever through the gears to the rear is park then one forward is reverse then N,D,3,2,1 when pushing the lever into park it will feel spring loaded if the parking pawl is not perfectly lined up this will line up if it rolls a little bit DANGER DO NOT LET VEHICLE ROLL OVER YOU.

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Other Concern: No Park Range Possible Component Reference/Action
256 - ELECTRICAL ROUTINE
Powertrain Control System
- No electrical concerns

356 - HYDRAULIC/MECHANICAL ROUTINE
Shift Cable/Digital TR sensor
- Cable system or digital TR sensor damaged, misaligned
- Inspect and repair as required. For shift cable information, refer to Section 307-05. For digital TR information, refer to Digital Transmission Range (TR) Sensor in this section.

Case
- Manual control lever assembly damage, manual valve inner lever pin bent, manual valve inner lever damaged, spring rod damaged
- Inspect for damage. If damaged, repair as necessary.

- Manual valve lever shaft retaining pin damaged
- Inspect for damage. If damaged, repair as necessary.

Park System
- Park gear, parking pawl, parking pawl return spring, park or guide plate, parking actuating rod, parking pawl shaft, manual lever, manual lever detent spring damaged or misassembled
- Inspect for damage. If damaged, repair as necessary.

- External linkages/brackets damaged
- Inspect for damage. If damaged, repair as necessary.

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2002 Ford... | Answered on Apr 19, 2019


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Ford Explorer... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019


1st point check the battery.

2014 Ford... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019


This will depend entirely on the engine size and which version of the engine is fitted. They did a major facelift and update to the model in 2002 so it is possible the answer will be No.
You could try some of the Explorer Owners websites or look for a specialist independent Explorer mechanic to ask.
You could also try ringing the parts department of a dealership and ask. Some dealership parts men do help.

Ford Explorer... | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

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