it's located above the spare tire under the vehicle....covered by a black metal box attached to the underbody with 3 screws. . . .
It is in the fuel tank attached to the fuel gauge sending unit.
The 5R55E transmission wasn't used until the ( 1997 ) ford Explorer , it is an electronically controlled transmission so there are no vacuum hoses In a 1996 Ford Explorer , with the V6 , the 4 speed electronically controlled 4R55E transmission was used , it also doesn't use vacuum hoses
On the valve cover, with a large vacuum hose attached
you can find the answer on this site, a few questions above this one. it is the same as the 1997 ford explorer
In the front passenger footwell BEHIND the kick panel according to the 1997 Ford Explorer Owner Guide . On my 1995 Ford Explorer it is BY the kick panel in the front passenger footwell , just above the carpet in the corner
My guess is you have a vacuum line problem under the hood. When the vacuum supply is cut off the system reverts to it's default position which is floor and defroster. Check under the hood for a vacuum line that is disconnected, pinched, collapsed, cracked etc. A common place for a vacuum line to disconnect would be at the vacuum reservoir. This is the black plastic ball that is attached to the under side of the hood above the brake master cylinder.
On a 1997 Ford Explorer, the stereo amplifier is located above the rear wheel on the passenger side. It can be accessed by removing the side panel.
What you may be looking at on the V8 is the fuel pressure test port. This is used to test the fuel pressure with a gauge. It should have a cap on it. Good Luck!
because it's a 1997 ford explorer
I believe that is the vacuum to engage the front axle when in 4 wheel drive.
on the fuel rail. Looks like a silver bell, with a vacuum line attached to it.
I got a 1997 explorer sport with control trac 4wd. its suppose to but it doesnt work.
no there different
Yes , there was a 1997 Ford Explorer with the Eddie Bauer trim - did you have a question ?
On a 1997 Ford Explorer : ( the electric fuel pump is INSIDE the fuel tank )
How do I find entry code on my 1997 FORD EXPLORER XLT.
how do you replace rear wiper motor on a 1997 ford explorer
there are a few. the "main" vacuum line comes out of the vacuum pump located on the front of the engine (drivers side) about mid-way down. This goes to a tree of sorts mounted just above the brake booster on the firewall. then from there, other vacuum lines run from it. Hope this helps.
There are more than 14 vacuum lines on the 1997 GMC. Most of the vacuum lines originate from the air intake system or the transmission.
it is a 300 polaris explorer
The explorer had 210 hp.
Somone at your local dealer might run off a photocopy of it for you out of their EVTM (Electrical, Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual).
As looking at the front of the truck, on the right side of the motor above the power steering pump. Driven off the belt.