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Does a 1995 ford explorer have a transmission vacuum modulator?

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2014-02-27 01:56:54
2014-02-27 01:56:54

( No ) starting with the 1995 model year of the Ford Explorer the automatic

transmissions were electronically controlled

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Starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer model the transmission is ELECTRONICALLY controlled ( so there is no vacuum modulator )



Starting with the 1995 model of Ford Explorer the automatic transmission was ELECTRONICALLY controlled , so there is no modulator valve


If this transmission is equipped with a modulator valva it will be on the frontside of the transmission. Pointing towards the radiator. Its a round canister with a vacuum line plugged into it.


If your speaking of the vacuum modulator for the transmission, they no longer use them on the transmissions with overdrive and electronics. The powerglide, turbo 350 and turbo 400 used to use them.


No, it has an electronically controlled valve body,there is no modulator valve.


NO it does not. The transmission is controlled by the computer.


I'm not a mechanic / technician but I would say ( NO ) Starting with the 1995 model year of the Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions were electronically controlled


The automatic transmission in a 1995 Ford Explorer is electronically controlled


If it is an suto trans and has a modulator, the oil could be going through the modulator and burned. Pull the vacuum line off of the modulator and see if there is fluid inside of it. If so replace it.


Starting with the 1995 model year of Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions were electronically controlled ( so as far as I know there is no modulator valve )


cable is demand vacuum modulator is vacuum which translates to LOAD> last is governor ,and this is speed bases (rpm at tail shaft) how is that.



That year transmission did not HAVE a modulator valve. That year used a 4L60E / And the E stands for electronic transmission. NO valve. It is all computer controled.


According to motorcraft . com , the automatic transmission in a 1995 Ford Explorer only is used on the 1995 and 1996 models , so no


Starting with the 1995 model year of the Ford Explorer the AUTOMATIC transmission was ELECTRONICALLY controlled ( so the answer would be no )



Starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions are electronically controlled ( I'm not a mechanic / technician but as far as I know it doesn't have a modulator valve )


No , starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer the automatic transmission was electronically controlled


The transmissions from 1991 - 1994 Ford Explorers are the same. So the 1995 transmission is different.


The 1995 is a 4R55E ( electronically controlled transmission ) and the 1991 to 1994 Explorers use an A4LD automatic transmission


I'm not a mechanic/technician but the 1995 Explorer transmission is a 4R55E (electronically controlled) transmission and the 1992 Explorer is an A4LD transmission so I don't think so .


located right on front and top of transmission. Just below and to the left of the airfilter housing. Just follow the vacuum line from front top of intake, right down to transmission, driver side. Pretty easy to find really. Screw it out, screw new one in. Why do you want to replace the modulator valve? I believe this is a electronic shift transmission


The automatic transmission used in the 1995 Ford Explorer is a ( 4R55E )


1995 was the first year an electronically controlled automatic transmission was used in the Ford Explorer ( I believe it was called the 4R55E ) In the 1992 Ford Explorer an A4LD automatic transmission was used



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