Yes my 1999 ford explorer does have a fuel tank pressure sensor. I am presently looking to buy one.
how do you change a fuel pump on a 1999 ford explorer
Need to change the whole bearing...
The 1999 Chevy Suburban camshaft sensor is located on the front of the engine. The camshaft sensor will be behind the front engine cover.
No , the 1999 Ford Explorer Sport and the 1999 Ford Explorer 4 door have shock absorbers front and rear
remove the brake caliper and the rotors come right off
Where is the DPFE sensor located in a 1999 Ford Exployer? I had my oil changed yesterday and was told that the hose connected to this sensor is off.
there is no 1999 escape are you thinking explorer or a 2001-2004 escape?
It is on the left front of engine. Points at the left front cam shaft. UNplug the wire , unscrew bolt, and pull sensor out.
between the front wheels
On a 1999 Ford Explorer ( using the factory jack ) Front tire ( there are " hooks " on the front of the lower control arms ) Rear tire ( under the axle tube , below the leaf spring )
The 1999 Ford Explorer has a cam chain not a belt. No maintenance is required.
how do u change front signal lights for corvette 1999
In my 1999 Explorer it was inside the tranny (5R55E)
Shocks front and rear
shock absorbers front and rear
It is the sensor in the exhaust closest to the front and top.It is the sensor in the exhaust closest to the front and top.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I assume that would be : Bank 2 , sensor 1 Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine in a 1999 Ford Explorer Sensor 1 would be the oxygen sensor somewhere in the exhaust before the exhaust enters the catalytic converter ( upstream sensor )
how do you change a crankshaft position sensor on a 1999 chevy camaro z28?
A 1999 Chrysler Sebring does not have a mass airflow sensor.
The speed sensor is mounted in the top of the rear differential on a 1999 F150. Remove the wires, then unbolt the sensor to remove it.
the cam sensor is locate at the front of the engine.
A/F Sensor for Bank 2 Sensor 1. It is the O2 sensor on the front manifold.
Probably the Mercury Mountaineer.