If it is the 4.0 L SOHC - V6 engine - it has 3 timing chains. The main timing chain from the crankshaft to the jackshaft ( which is located where the camshaft is on the 4.0 L OHV - V6 engine ) A second timing chain from the jackshaft to the driver's side cylinder head at the front of the engine. A third timing chain from the jackshaft to the passenger side cylinder head at the back of the engine, which involves removing the engine. If you have the 5.0L V8 (302) it is less complicated
No , starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions were electronically controlled
Yes , there was a 1997 Ford Explorer with the Eddie Bauer trim - did you have a question ?
The maximum towing capacity of the 1993 Eddie Bauer Edition Ford Explorer is 5,200 pounds. This is for a 4.0 Liter V6 engine.
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The thermostat on a 2004 Eddie Bauer Edition Explorer 4.6L V8 is located in the top heater hose. It is in the end that is attached to the water pump.
The 4.0 liter SOHC has ( 3 ) timing chains
1992, according to Edmunds: http://www.edmunds.com/ford/explorer/review.html
Bolted to the bottom of the engine
The main difference between the limited and the Eddie Bauer is that the Eddie Bauer has two-tone leather seats and the limited does not. Also, the limited has chrome roof racks, running boards and wheels (2003 up). The XLT is a cheaper version of the Explorer. It features cloth seats and downgraded features.
It is a 2007 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer Edition. The moon roof is stuck in the tilted position.