that is probably an oil pressure switch that you see. coolant temp sensor is usually near the thermostat in the manifold.
The 2002 Ford Explorer 4.6 liter engine oil pan can be removed without removing the engine. The oil pan can be removed from the bottom of the engine.
The engine coolant capacity with A/C is ( 8.6 quarts / 8.1 liters ) without A/C ( 7.8 quarts / 7.4 liters ) according to my 1995 Ford Explorer owners manual
According to the 2000 Ford Explorer Owner Guide : The engine coolant capacity is 14.9 liters ( 15.7 quarts )
On a 1997 Ford Explorer : CHECK ENGINE is just to the left of the " C " on the engine coolant temperature gauge ( Helpfull )
There is an engine coolant tank , made of plastic , in the engine compartment on the passenger side that has a mark on it for the cold level of your engine coolant , maintain the coolant level up to that mark when the engine is cold
Yes , on my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT there is a cold fill mark . When the engine is cold the coolant level should be up to the mark
Any coolant hose could be leaking. Clean the engine bay, removing dirt and grime. Watch closely to see where the leak is. Also check all hose clamps to make sure that they are tight.
depending on the engine there is not one let the engine run with the coolant cap off and watch the res level
Engine fail safe is on the 4.6 L V8 engine only - ( you have lost your coolant ! ) - find and then repair the cause of your coolant loss
I believe your engine coolant level is LOW
Engine Fail Safe mode means that your coolant level is extremely low or you have lost all your coolant and the engine is operating in a mode trying to cool itself
I believe that indicates your engine coolant level is low or you have lost your coolant
Yes, it controls the coolant flow around the engine block, without coolant the engine would overheat.
fail safe mode is for the 4.6 L V8 engine only - it means that you have lost your engine coolant - find the cause of the coolant leak and repair it , then refill your coolant system
The owners manual shows 7.8 quarts ( 7.4 liters ) coolant capacity on 1997 Explorer with 4.0 L V6 engine
According to the 2005 Ford Explorer Owner Guide fail safe cooling is only on the 4.6 liter V8 engine ( loss of engine coolant )
On a 2004 Ford Explorer : The thread on cap on the engine coolant reservoir is the pressure cap / radiator cap
On a 2002 Ford Explorer : The thread on cap on your engine coolant reservoir is the pressure cap / radiator cap
On a 2002 Ford Explorer the thread on cap on the engine coolant reservoir is the pressure cap / radiator cap
According to the 2002 Ford Explorer Owner Guide : For the 4.0 litre SOHC , V6 engine : The engine cooling system capacity is : WITHOUT auxiliary climate control ( 16.3 U.S. quarts ) WITH auxiliary climate control ( 18.2 U.S. quarts )
The engine coolant capacity for the 4.0 liter - OHV engine is ( 12 U.S. quarts ) and for the 4.0 liter - SOHC engine ( 14 U.S. quarts )
On a 2002 Ford Explorer : The thread on cap on the engine coolant reservoir is the pressure cap / radiator cap
On a 2003 Ford Explorer : The thread on cap on the engine coolant reservoir is the pressure cap / radiator cap
into the coolant reservoir on the passenger side of the engine bay by removing the cap
We are gonna need to know which drain plug you are looking for, radiator coolant, engine block coolant, rear differential oil, front differential oil, engine oil,