The freeze plugs on the 1994 Ford Ranger have locations that vary slightly depending on the engine choice. On most trucks the freeze plugs are on the engine block below where the spark plugs are located.
There are two, located in the Y-pipe. They are just down from the manifolds. The connector plugs are located above the bellhousing behind the cylinder heads.
It has 8 if it is a V-8 engine.
Sides of the block, 6 total.
They are located on the front, back, and transmission sides of the engine.They are located on the front, back, and transmission sides of the engine.
There are numerous freeze plugs. There are some in the cylinder heads. There are some on the side of the engine block and on the rear of the engine behind the flywheel. You will need to pressure test the cooling system to find the leak.
The ( 2 ) engine , cylinder heads , are on each side of your V6 engine where the spark plugs are - just look for where the spark plug wires connect to the spark plugs
The spark plug gap for a 1994 Ford Explorer with the 4.0 L OHV motor is .052 to .056 range - Chilton repair manual shows .054
low compression in one of your cylinders
if you can't find the plugs you have know business working on this car.
"Where are the spark plugs on a 1994 Camero?"
it is located under the drivers side seat
under your motor on the passenger side of the vehicle
Behind a panel in the cargo compartment on the driver side.
Bottom of the engine on the oil pan.
I believe it is located in the left rear quater trim.
under dash on passenger side in ductwork'
3 at the back of engine,3 in front
Need to know what size engine.
On a 1994 Ford Explorer : The Mass Air Flow sensor is located between the top section of the engine air filter housing and the engine air intake tube
They are between the cylinder heads and the oil pan on the side of the engine block,and they are round looking pieces of metal.
it is on the lower side of the motor on the passenger side of your vehicle
The cast of Freeze - 1994 includes: Damien Hirst as himself
Cylinder head(s) Follow the wires until the end.
A 1994 Ford Explorer is EEC-IV / OBD I ( there is an EEC test connection in the engine compartment near the power distribution box )