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1992, according to Edmunds: http://www.edmunds.com/ford/explorer/review.html


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Actually, that question is for any vehicle. They are not the same. But what are you talking about now. A 1992 and 1994 look the same, but there are minor differences in the engine and inside of the vehicles. So be more specific answer 1995 ford explorer came with following trims Limited, Expedition, Eddie Bauer, Sport, XLT and XL. All the trims had 4.0 liter V6 engine 1999 ford explorer came with following trims XLS , Limited, Eddie bauer, Sport, XLT nad XL. out of these Eddie Bauer and XLT have 5.0 liter V8 engine.


The 1992 Ford Explorer uses an A4LD automatic transmission


I'm not a mechanic/technician but the 1995 Explorer transmission is a 4R55E (electronically controlled) transmission and the 1992 Explorer is an A4LD transmission so I don't think so .


1995 was the first year an electronically controlled automatic transmission was used in the Ford Explorer ( I believe it was called the 4R55E ) In the 1992 Ford Explorer an A4LD automatic transmission was used


Starting with the 1995 model year of the Ford Explorer the AUTOMATIC transmission was ELECTRONICALLY controlled ( so the answer would be no )


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I believe that is on the passenger side of the A4LD transmission behind a heat shield


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