Your ball joints are dry and haven't or couldn't be greased in the past. I recommend replacement of both sides at once. Worked as a mechanic for 20 years, if this helps. Shop around before you decide which garage to repair this problem. I have a 1995 Explorer. The original ball joints had no grease fittings. If your joints are badly worn and show motion, they need replaced. In my case, I drilled a 7/32 hole in the top of the joint socket. Used a 1/4" 28 thread NF tap ($3.50), and installed a grease fitting available at a part store for 50 cents. I didn't even have to remove the wheel to do this. Greased the joint; solved the squeak and it took less than one hour. PS this car has 237,000 miles and still doesn't use oil . . . best car I ever owned. Though the above answer is a known issue on many explorers, mine had the exact same issues as yours and just needed a set of cheep shocks. They were $20 each and relatively easy to install. They really made a world of difference, but do grease all of the fittings under the car. We had squeaks in our 2000 Explorer and I solved it easily and was surprised to find the culprit. It may not be causing yours, but check it out. On the rear bumper there is a molded Step, or grip pad on top of the bumper, it tucks under the quarter panels. Our squeaking was coming from the rubbing of this piece in a few areas. It's easy to check out, just with slight hand pressure, push a little on the bumper and the squeak will sound really localized if that is the problem. I sprayed WD-40 on the contact areas and our squeak is gone....Thank Goodness....it was driving me crazy!!
Many have the same problem, but it is when the steering wheel is tilted. One of the wires in the harness on the steering column breaks contact. Are you tilting the wheel when you so this??
Your computer is the metal box sitting on (or under) your desk. Explorer is a software component of windows.
The switch is sitting directly in the power steering pump, and can trace by locating the wire connected to it.
There is a sticker with the vehicle identificationÊnumber on the left side of the steering tube if you are sitting on the bike. The number is also stamped on the steering tube.
Steering column, basically between your knees when you are sitting in the driver's seat
left side of steering column under panel about where your shin would be if you were sitting
It is sitting on the ship steering wheel, at the bottom of the wheel.
If you are sitting in the driver's seat, it is on the left-hand side of the steering column., right behind the dash panel that wraps around the bottom half of the steering column.
Disconnect battery Remove bolts holding air bag assembly to steering wheel (from side of steering wheel you don't see when sitting in driver seat) Remove air bag and disconnect electric connector
The steering wheel needs to be where the driver is sitting. Some sit on the left side of the car and some sit on the right side of the car, depending on which side the pond you live on.
The power steering resavoir is a round black plastic bottle, sitting almost front and centre in the engine bay. fill it with power steeering fluid from your service station
There are no coolant lines to a power steering system so the only two ways I can imagine water could get into it are from someone accidentaly putting water in the power steering fluid reservoir or a vehicle sitting idle for a long time with the cap off the reservoir and possibly no hood.
Your rear passenger seat windows on the Ford Explorer do not go all the way down for the protection of the children that might be sitting in the rear seats
1,3,4,2. The No 1 cylinder is near the alternator end. (RH sitting at the steering wheel)
Sitting on the driver's seat, it's on your right, by the steering column near the heat vent.
under dash at about your knees, when sitting in car on drivers side. down below steering wheel.
sitting and idling ?possible bad engine or trans mounthave them inspected
Both of your hands are on the steering wheel and not just one.
it makes noies it starts to whine alot when sitting still like it has no fluid in it and after you add fluid it still makes noise or another way is it's hard to turn the steering wheel
Telescopic steering wheel means the distance between the steering wheel and the dash board can be adjusted. Like a telescope, you can move the steering wheel forward or backward. This feature allows the driver to adjust the distance of the steering wheel from the dash board as per his height and sitting position. The manual version is available in most of the cars. Some cars have the power version of this feature like Lexus ES 350.
time for a maintance of spark plugs and wireing cgange
When you car is sitting still and it is extremely hard to turn but as you get going you can turn easier
If you are sitting in the steering wheel the hook up will be located by your right knee under the dash.
If you are inside the car, it is on the right side of the steering column, below the column. Feel with your hand as you can not see it sitting inside.
Sitting is part of the continuous form of the verb 'to sit'The continuous from is formed by 'to be' +sit(verb) +ing.e.g.Present# I am sitting, we are sitting # you are sitting # he/she/it is sitting, they are sitting Past# I was sitting, we were sitting # you were sitting, # he/she/it was sitting, they were sitting Future# I/we/you/he/she/it/they will be sitting.