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My ford explorer wont start my key goes to access
ok, Make sure the battery connections are clean, remove and clean to make sure. Then, follow the battery + cable to a solenoid. check those connections. The small wire is the one from the key. That is what cranks the motor. Make sure the vehicle is in neutral and try again. If nothing, then jump the batt+ to the cable on the other side of the solenoid. The starter will crank. Then, jump the + to the little oost. The engine will crank and if your key is on it will start. Always have someone in the drivers seat when doing this..... Safety is a must when out of vehicle. Good Luck, Ned.
10/10/2018 4:27:46 AM •
on Oct 10, 2018
Not shifting right
change trans oil and new filter if problem still there it most lickely the shift modual
11/29/2017 11:05:02 PM •
on Nov 29, 2017
Why do my front rotors get worped so fast?
warped rotor happen for a couple of reasons,first is someone who rides there brakes down a hill instead of pulling it out of overdrive,second is someone who is used to riding their left foot on the brake pedal,third is coming to a quick stop and going to fast type driving.
if you've replaced the rotors you should know there are three types that are sold the lowest price rotors about $20.00 each are not the thinkness of your originals,then the price goes up to the mid grade,then there are the best which are original thickness,
the thinner the rotor the faster it will heat up and cool warped.
10/21/2017 4:41:33 PM •
on Oct 21, 2017
How to rebuild the front brake caliper on a 1992 ford explorer xlt
it will be leaking because the piston has corroded and the seal will not work
safest way is to have a brake specialist shop do the job or simply buy new callipers
one side leaking the other side will not be far behind it
plenty of after market units made by the same company that makes them for ford with out the ford name price
2/5/2017 4:00:47 AM •
on Feb 05, 2017
My 92 ford explorer wont stay running when i come to a stop
If it feels like a stick shift car when you come to a stop and don't push in on the clutch and the engine lugs down and dies, it's most likely caused by the torque converter not unlocking. There is a solenoid that causes the converter to unlock and lock. That is the most likely cause. It may, also, be a broken wire or bad connection.
12/18/2015 10:00:19 PM •
on Dec 18, 2015
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