I had a broken wire in mine and it would work for a few then go out then come back on.
check the wire that plugs into the speed sensor for a break or bubble in the coating. Also check that the wire harness plug is not corroded inside.
Using the odometer reset knob (sticking between the speedometer and tachometer) twist knob right or left to desired time. Holding in one direction for a few seconds will allow for greater jumps in minutes.
To disable the alarm on a 2000 Ford Explorer, remove the fuse designated to the alarm. You can also turn the key halfway on and leave it in the position for 10 to 15 minutes before starting the car.
http://www.angelfire.com/tx2/mannyyy/ipwriteup.html takes about 30 minutes as i recall.
Unplug the battery for five minutes
Its so deadly that it killed an explorer in 15 minutes!
To the right of the speedometer is a knob protruding from the panel, turn left for hours and right for minutes
about 5 to 10 minutes
Download Internet Explorer wouldn't take much time but takes about 30 minutes to 1 hours for the update normally.
If a Ford Explorer headlights blink on and off after 10 minutes of driving, it is highly probable that there is a short bad overdrive pump. Rest the car and clean the grounds. Also check for loose or broken wires.
Locate the odometer reset button. Turn it to the left and hold to set the hours and turn it to the right to set the minutes.
To disable the alarm on a 2002 Ford Explorer, disconnect the battery. Leave it disconnected for around 10 minutes. You can also pull the fuse to the alarm.
Starting with 38 minutes after 7pm, let's say. In 22 minutes it will be 8pm. Thus, 23 minutes will cause a final time of 8:01pm.
It refers to your local weather every 8 minutes starting with 8 minutes after the hour, then 16 minutes and so on.
Your speedometer and odometer are independent of one another as far as calibration goes but if you have just had your transmission repaired or lifted your truck and put 36" wheels on it, chances are it will not be calibrated any more. The only way to have a speedometer calibrated is to take it to a certified speedometer repair shop and let them do it. A couple of alternatives: 1. Have a friend in another car signal you when he reaches a predetermined speed. 2. You can get a rough idea of how far off it is by bringing along a friend with a watch with a second hand, a pen and paper to record your odometer while you drive. Go to an interstate and use the mile markers. Since you aren't sure if your speedo is correct, follow someone or stay in the right lane and drive fast enough so you aren't creeping along and tell your ride to record the mileage - as you pass it, call it out. Drive at least ten miles and call out the end mileage. Divide 10 by the difference between the end and start odometer readings. If you start at 12,345.6 miles and end at 12,353.2 your speedometer is only 76% accurate. If you still have a gear in the transmission, you have to pull it out and count the teeth. GM 350 auto trans can handle gears from 18t to 24t, 700R4 trans gear range is from 34t to 45t. Fords go from 16t to 23t available from motorsport. Both GM and Ford make gears used in manual trans' that are cut opposite to auto trans gears. Chrysler also has a wide range of gears but it's been a while since all gears were available from the dealer. Divide 100 by this number, that represents roughly what each tooth is worth percentage-wise. To make your speedo faster, subtract teeth. More teeth makes your speed go down. This holds true for all makes of vehicles. 3. If you have an electric speedometer (chances are you do) there are too many ways to list but chances are your PCM will need a software change to correct the speedo. If you drove ten miles and the odometer says ten, then you should be able to drive at 30 MPH non-stop for two minutes and your odometer should have recorded one mile.
Do you mean the delayed accessory feature ? The power windows etc. will work for 10 minutes or until you open a door after your Explorer is shut off
A program called Windows Explorer, controls the Icons, The taskbar, and the windows, such as folders, My Documents, and My Computer. Your computer starts up more essential things first, then loads up Windows Explorer (Windows Explorer should not be confused with Internet Explorer.)
I just replaced the ABS speed sensor located on the rear differential and fixed the problem. 10$ 10 minutes.
It's starting in a few minutes.
Press and hold CLK while pressing SEEK for the HOUR and TUNE for the minutes. That should do it!
there is a black small knob in between the speedometer and the rpm's gauge, pull that knob and turn to adjust minutes, and hours. Hope this is useful. :)