How do you get an exploded view of a ford explorer suspension air compressor?
Every time I have needed a detailed, NOT "exploded view" (the ones that are printouts, are easily readable, thus eliminating the need for the aforementioned "views".
Where do you obtain these? Simply visit your local Ford dealership, Parts Department. Without charge, they will printout just about anything you need for your Ford vehicle.
Four way independent wishbone suspension.
The air conditioner dryer in your Ford Explorer, is located on the top of the air conditioner compressor. The dryer should be labeled.
The NHTSA doesn't list any recalls for suspension problems on a 1999 Ford Explorer - the only thing close would be the Firestone tires.
On a 1996 Ford Explorer : The air conditioner compressor is on the drivers side of the engine , it's at the front of the engine and isone of the accessories that is driven by the serpentine belt
The load capacity of a Ford Explorer ranges from 1,400 to 1,500 pounds. This will vary slightly depending on the suspension system that is on your vehicle.
The wheel jack is behind the removable plastic panel in the drivers side rear by the liftgate ( also , if your Explorer has air suspension there is a rocker switch in the compartment to shut off the air compressor before any wheels are lifted off the ground )
92 & 93 ford explorer fuse box diagrams, need to find air condition fuse or relay? no power to the compressor?
independent ( front and rear on the 4 door )
If it has air bag suspension, air bags could be shot or the air compressor for the air bag suspension not working.
it went out because fords are junk.
( 2 ) shock absorbers on the front suspension and ( 2 ) shock absorbers on the rear suspension ( and if it's the same as my 1995 Ford Explorer there is a short " shock absorber " that is sideways connected to the rear differential that I didn't bother having changed )
I assume it is like my 1995 Ford Explorer , there are ( 2 shock absorbers ) for the suspension and (1 small shock absorber ) that is installed kind of sideways from the differential
I know that my ( 1995 ) Ford Explorer has " a wide open throttle A/C relay " that shuts of the air conditioning compressor when I floor the gas pedal
Where can you obtain air compressor for air suspension on 2007 ford expedition except through dealer?
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If it's the compressor, the telltale signs are usually pretty obvious. It won't cycle, or you'll hear strange noises coming from the compressor, or it'll smoke.
You installed a replacement air suspension compressor on your 2000 ED Ford Expedition The compressor never started up Why?
Check wiring again. Check for bad ground. Recheck all connections.
The lower control arms ( two / one on drivers side and one on passenger side , that have the lower ball joints ) are the lower part of the front suspension * at least that is the way it is on my 1995 Ford Explorer , 2003 and newer Ford Explorers might use them on the rear suspension also ( I'm not a mechanic / technician )
1. Compressor seal. 2. Compressor case. 3. Evaporator. 4. Hose connections.............
The clutch assemble is shot...
My guess would be the camshaft sensor, or idler pully, or water pump, or your compressor
There are ( 4 ) ball joints on your FRONT SUSPENSION , 2 on the top , 2 on the bottom
My 1995 Ford Explorer 4x4 has ( 2 ) torsion bars on the ( front suspension ) They are the long horizontal bars instead of having coil springs
On a 1996 Ford Explorer : There are ( 2 ) lower ball joints on the front suspension . Each lower control arm , drivers side and passenger side has ( 1 ) ball joint
No , it's not designed to have a 3rd row seat ( starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) a third row seat was available with the new design which has an independant rear suspension )
On a 2002 Ford Expedition : In the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) located in the drivers side of the engine compartment : ( maxi fuse 109 is a 50 amp fuse for the air suspension compressor ) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Also , in the fuse panel below and to the left of the steering wheel , by the brake pedal ( # 12 is a 15 amp fuse for the air… Read More
The jack is located behind the removable plastic panel in the drivers side rear of the cargo area (Note: if this is a Limited model with air suspension , there is also a rocker switch located in the compartment to shut off the air compressor before jacking the vehicle )
How do you determine if the suspension compressor is bad on a 1998 ford expedition fuses and switch are ok?
GM of Ford, makes no difference , see if the compressor is running when you turn the key on , can you hear it run ? If it is running , there may be a leak in a hose , not letting the suspension raise , or a leaking seal on the actual shock. Rear suspension compressors do tend to fail on older cars , some are under the rear of the car , some… Read More
Go to the auto parts store and invest the $9 in a Hayne's or Chilton's manual for your vehicle.
According to the 2002 Ford Explorer owner's manual, the air conditioning can operate in all of the 6 different modes as long as the outside temperature is about 43 F. or higher.
The on / off switch for the air compressor would be in the cargo area , on the drivers side , near the liftgate , where the vehicle jack is stored behind the removable plastic panel on a 2000 Ford Explorer
On a 1999 Ford Explorer , I know that the " Limited " trim has air suspension The shut off switch is in the cargo area , on the drivers side , near the liftgate , in the storage compartment where the wheel jack is stored
Not without modifications to the suspension. YES, IT TAKES MINOR MODS TO THE FRONT BUMPER AND TO THE FINDERWELLS, ITS EASY. I HAD 24S ON MY EXPLORER BUT NOW I HAVE 26S
The WAC relay is a solid state relay usually used to control the air conditioning compressor clutch.
No, the door on a 1998 Ford Explorer will not fit a 1992 Ford Explorer.
The air conditioning recharge valve on the 2003 Ford Explorer 4.6 is located on the low pressure side of the air conditioning system. Located on the line coming from the accumulator to the compressor is the recharge valve.
it is behind the right headlight. you can see it from the wheel well in front of the tire just behind the bumper
It's in front of the engine passenger side all the way down behind the a/c compressor.
Torsion bar , short - long arm independent , rack and pinion steering
Mabe your compressor is not kicking on for some reason. Check to see if the front of your compressor starts spinning when you turn it on. If it don't check to see if there is power to the wires that go to your compressor. If there is power you have a bad compressor. If there is not check the fuses or relays.
If you have the heat on in the defrost position , the air conditioning compressor will cycle on and off to help dehumidify the air if the outside temperature is about 50 degrees Fahrenheit or warmer
On my 1995 Ford Explorer when the defrost position is selected , and the temperature knob is set in the red area to get heated air to defrost the windshield , the A/C compressor will cycle on and off to help dehumidify the air, but the compressor ONLY cycles on and off in the DEFROST POSITION ( sorry if I'm misinterpretting your question )
where is fuel filter on ford explorer 1996 Under the bottom, driver's side about mid-way back. You'll need the special fuel line spring compressor tool, available at Advance Autoparts/Autozone.
You can find the 1999 Ford F1 50 front differential exploded view diagram at most Ford dealerships. You can also find the exploded view diagram in Ford service manuals.
Which Compressor are you talking about ? The a/c compressor or the rear suspention Compressor ?
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : No ( at least my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT doesn't )
NO , there are standard suspension , standard suspension with off road package , and air suspension equipped 2003 Ford Expeditions
Ford Explorer was created in 1991.
the biggest rim that's still under Ford specs is 17". The Biggest? Well I have P275/55/20 on my 95 Ford Explorer which is the same as the 96. The 20" rims really makes my Explorer stand out in the crowd, but there is some rubbing on full turns, left and right. Try 1 size smaller and you should be good. Note: stock suspension