Usually the fuel level sensor in the fuel pump.
A 1993 Ford Explorer also has a 15 amp fuse in location # 17 for the fuel gauge
The 1997 Ford Explorer fuel gauge can be stuck on fault because the fuel float is malfunctioning in the fuel tank. The fuel gauge fuse might be blown.
( Fuse # 17 ) is a 15 amp fuse for the fuel gauge on a 1993 Ford Explorer according to my Chilton repair manual
The 1993 Ford Explorer fuel gauge fuse can be found in the fuse box. The fuse box can be found in the engine compartment. The location of the fuse is listed on the inside cover of the fuse box.
The oil pressure gauge in a 1999 Ford Explorer is ELECTRIC
A 1993 Ford Explorer has shock absorbers , front and rear
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haynes repair manual for 1993 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer
I believe the 1993 Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) is 19.3 U.S. gallons
According to my Haynes Ford Explorer repair manual : ( MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the transfer case of a 1993 Ford Explorer )
I believe on the 1993 / 1994 Ford Explorer it is mounted low on the firewall near the drivers side fender
The 1993 Ford Explorer is designed to use " regular " unleaded , 87 octane
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If it is the same as a 1993 Ford Explorer it is in the interior fuse panel
On a 1993 Ford Explorer ( 4 door) I believe it is 19.3 U.S. gallons (Helpfull)
Where is the fuse located that controls the inside dash lights on a 1993 Ford Explorer
Starting with the 1995 models of the Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions were ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED ( so , the answer would be NO )
My 1995 Ford Explorer was running cooler on the temperature gauge and it turned out to be my thermostat
The towing capacity of a 1993 Ford Explorer was a maximum of five thousand six hundred pounds. This does depend on the equipment, etc.
On a 1993 Ford Explorer : None , unless it has been converted from R12
check the connections behind the gauge they could pop loose