It will run fine on 87 Regular. My 2000 Eddie Bauer runs on 87 unleaded regular.
No , starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions were electronically controlled
Eddie Bauer has nothing to do with a transmission seal
Model 4R55E automatic transmission
That's a 4R55E - 4 speed automatic transmission
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe the answer is ( NO ) From what I've read , there were ( 3 ) different engine blocks for the 4.0 liter OHV , V6 engine used in a Ford Explorer ( 1991 to 1994 ) ( 1995 and 1996 ) ( 1997 to 2000 )
I can't post the diagram , but if you are looking for a certain fuse , I can try and find the number in my 1995 Ford Explorer owners manual
possibly a bad ground check your wiring
call a dealer near you about your problem
5x8 rear 5 1/2 front
A 1995 Ford Explorer has ( 1 ) ELECTRIC fuel pump . It is INSIDE the fuel tank
The electric fuel pump is inside the fuel tank
4r55e ( the " r " and the " e " are supposed to be capital letters but the website keeps changing them )
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.
Does it not have a key lock by the front door handle ( that's what I did on my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT when the battery was dead )
I believe that's 1995 and 1996 automatic transmissions
The only engine available in the 1995 Ford Explorer is the 4.0 L OHV, Ford started offering the 5.0 L V8 in 1996 along with the V6.
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : In the fuse panel in the drivers end of the dash ( the fuse panel cover is visible with the drivers door open ) ( fuse # 17 is a 30 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter )
Open the drivers door and on the end of the door will be an information sticker that shows the original size tires on the vehicle from the factory
I have a 95 explorer EB edition...in the back hatch storage area there is a compartment on the left hand side. open that compartment and there should be 5 digit code on a sticker place either on the panel you take off or on something inside that panel.. Good Luck.
I would say no , on my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT - I probably add a little coolant to the tank each year when it starts to get colder outside
On a 1996 Ford Explorer : Yes , assuming it's not the Eddie Bauer version with the 16 inch wheels ( my 1995 Ford Explorer " XLT model " , 4x4 , has always had P235/75/R15 all terrain tires on it right from the factory )
It came with a 5.8L (351 cu.in.) engine.
check any bronco group web site, membership is usually free and they have all the schematics for the back window wiring and more
Mine gets about 13 in town and 17 hwy.1995 F150 Eddie Bauer Edition,V8 5.0 4X4 Auto 213,000 Miles31X10.50 Tires