IF YOUR BLOWING FUSES QUICKLY,IT COULD BE THE WRONG FUSE(15AMP INSTEAD OF 20 AMP,ETC...),OR A SHORT IN WHATEVER SYSTEM THE FUSE IS FOR. JUST BE SURE NOT TO PUT A HIGHER RATED FUSE IN TO TRY AND SOLVE THE PROBLEM (35A INSTEAD OF 20A,ETC...),INSTEAD OF BLOWING THE FUSE,YOU COULD FRY SOMETHING ALOT MORE EXPENSIVE. IT WOULD HELP QUITE A BIT TO KNOW WHAT FUSE WAS BURNING OUT(STEREO,LIGHTS,WIPERS,ETC...). Take your vehicle to an experienced auto electric shop, or yourlocal Ford dealer. Plaing with a blowing fuse can cause many more problems by adding larger fuses or ignoring the problem (I.E. electrical fire, vehicle malfunction, etc.)
The automatic transmission is an A4LD in a 1991 Ford Explorer
Ford Explorer was created in 1991.
The transmissions from 1991 - 1994 are the same. So the 1991 transmission will not fit a 1996 explorer.
I believe that is ( 19.3 U.S. gallons ) in a 1991 Ford Explorer 4 door
I dont see why not.
Ford started manufacturing the Explorer in 1990 as a 1991 model
The #1 cause of hard starting a 1991 ford explorer is having lost your keys
On the 1991 Ford Explorer , 4 door : I believe it is 19.3 U.S. gallons
The Ford Explorer was introduced in 1991. There are no 1990 Explorers to take a transmission from.
why can't i find a diagram of the fuel system for a 1991 ford explorer eddie baur
The Ford Explorer was introduced in 1991. There is no 1990 model.
I believe the 1991 Ford Explorer 4 door holds 19.3 U.S. gallons
I'm not a mechanic / technician but from what I have read there are ( 3 ) different engine blocks for the Ford 4.0 liter Over Head Valve , V6 engine ( 1991 to 1994 Ford Explorer ) ( 1995 and 1996 Ford Explorer ) ( 1997 to 2000 Ford Explorer ) * so I would say the answer is ( no )
It has ( one oxygen sensor ) on the 1991 and 1992 Ford Explorers
If it fits it should work
There were no Ford Explorers in 1989 - the first model year of the Explorer was 1991.
Yes! The 1991-1994 Ford Explorer transmissions are interchangeable.
Ford Explorer 1991-2001 Under hood, drivers side in firewall
No , 1995 was a redesign , so 1991 to 1994 would be more compatible
www.everdrive.com will tell you
The Explorer was introduced in 1991. There is no 1989 model.
The transmissions from 1991 - 1994 Ford Explorers are the same. So the 1995 transmission is different.
yeah it should, its the same way for a Lincoln navigator, ford explorer and a f-150 all the same size.... but different body sizes