I'm not a mechanic but I don't understand why you would have to change your fuel sensor because you ran out of gas. Did your gas gauge stop working ? I can see possibly having to reset the fuel pump inertia switch, located in your right front passenger area, on the right foot kick panel, or maybe having to change the fuse for your fuel pump if the pump got hotter than normal, assuming it didn't burn out completely. Any other opinions ?
the crankshaft sensor is located behind the crank pulley. the bottom pulley
The 2004 Ford Explorer ABS speed sensor will cost approximately $65, at a Ford dealership. A discount auto-parts store might offer a cheaper price for the speed sensor.
where is the fill port on a 2004 ford explorer rear end
I don't believe there is
Connected to the master cyclinder.
NO - there isn't a pressure sensor inside the spare
Depending on which sensor, IS it sensor 1 or 2
there is no 1999 escape are you thinking explorer or a 2001-2004 escape?
it is located on the pedal, look on the pedal you will see a black sensor with connector plug. this is it
it's at the top of the rear end on what they call the pumpkin
There is no such sensor, the oil change reminder only runs off of mileage on a 2004