hi sorry for my English im french canadien .
i have a b4000 1998 4x4 pick-up is the same mechanical of Ford ranger ! with a little screw driver lift up the little pin and put under a q-tips ,repeat this operation (from memory)he have 8 or ten pin and just pull the hub .
No , a 1998 Ford Explorer has shock absorbers front and rear
The are not any airlines on the front of the 1998 Ford Expeditions. Only in the rear of the 1998 Ford Expeditions EB. What are you referring too? .
The Ford Contour was produced from the years 1995 to 2000. The front pump transmission seal in a 1998 Ford Contour is located very close to the camshaft.
A 1998 Ford Ranger is rear wheel drive ( or 4X4 capable )
The 1998 Ford Ranger takes 18" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front.
front wheel drive
The 1998 Ford Explorer Sport ( like the four door version , Ford Explorer ) has shock absorbers front and rear
( No ) the Ford Contour is a front wheel drive vehicle
shock absorbers - front and rear
Factory units are not greasable
6x8" Front and Back
Its under the front valve vanity cover.
On the console , in front of the armrest
No , they are a different length
The freeze plug on a 1998 Ford Taurus is located on the front of the engine block. It prevents the engine from cracking should the coolant freeze.
The 1998 Ford Crown Victoria takes 22" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front.
The sensor on a 1998 Ford F150 4x2 is on the rear differential. The 1998 was rear wheel ABS only so don't bother looking for any front sensors.
on the steering wheel inside lower right front fender, in front of the right front wheel; access from underneath
The 1998 Ford Ranger speed sensor ring can be located on the passenger wheel. The speed sensor ring will be on the inside of the brake rotor.
under the front bumper on drivers side
32 psi front and back tires
No, Expedition's are all rear wheel drive.
Can't give an exact answer, don't know the car... but usually the front sensors are either in the front bumper, or right in front of the radiator.