The computer module on the 2002 Explorer Sport is not located in the drivers side rear panel, does anyone know where it is located? On a 2002 Explorer Sport if you are looking for your code or computer then you will have to disconnect the battery and the passenger side airbag cover pull it off and gently remove the airbag by sliding it be careful not to deploy it and there will be the computer directly in front of you the 5 yellow numbers are your key code and this is how you also access the computer, I have a2001 Explorer sport and this is where I found it. Which computer are you looking for? On the 1998 Explorer Sport? The Engine Control Module (ECM) or the Chassis Control Module (CCM) or the Airbag Module (Clock Spring)The answer that the Computer Control Module is under the Steering Column Airbag is the funniest thing I have ever heard. That is the Clock Spring. There is a module under the glove box on the kick panel on the Passenger Side of the 1998 Explorer Sport, behind that plastic molding you see just inside the door on the right-hand floor. It has a plastic clip that holds it in, just reach up to the top of it and tug it out. Be careful, no need to break it but it will come out. In some models it is located behind a metal bracket that holds it in and will need to be unbolted. As with any computer module, Match your S/N with the one you replace it with. We need to know which module is under the plastic cover on the passenger sidewall.
at the left side of rear compartment where the jack is. on the sticker of the the yellow box.
The 1998 Ford Explorer Sport ( like the four door version , Ford Explorer ) has shock absorbers front and rear
On a 1998 Ford Explorer : You can seeone end of the Powertrain Control Module ( PCM ) in the engine compartment . It passes through the firewall , from the engine compartment end you can see where the wiring harness is bolted to it , and most of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove compartment
where is the factory amp in a 1998 2dr ford explorer sport
I BELIEVE that ( fuse #21 ) is a 15 amp fuse for the hazard flashers on your 1998 Ford Explorer Sport ( at least it is on the 1998 Ford Explorer four door )
The engine computer is also the ignition module.
The Ford Explorer was produced from the years 1990 to present. The wiper motor pulse board module in a 1998 Ford Explorer 4.0 L is located on the firewall, behind the engine in the middle.
It's on the back of the alternator
Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine in your Ford Explorer
having trouble removing the transmission oil pan from a 1998 explorer sport 4x4. need photos.
In a 1998 Ford Explorer : The RAP module ( Remote Anti-theft Personality module ) is used with your anti-theft system and your keyless remotes ( each vehicle with keyless entry has it's own factory code )
in the rear left wheel compartment where the jack is its mounted to a bracket up above the wheel well its a white plastic box with a wire harness plugged into it
On a 1998 Ford Explorer ( I believe the 2 door Sport model is the same ) One end of the Powertrain Control Module ( PCM ) can be seen from the engine compartment , towards the passenger side of the vehicle , as the PCM passes through the firewall . The wiring harness is bolted to that end and most of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove box area
You can see the wiring harness to the POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE ( PCM ) in the engine compartment , on the firewall , on the passenger side . The rest of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove compartment
I believe that is in the center stack of the dash , behind and to the left of the radio
4 door sport utility vehicle
My 98 Ram sport does it is a control module behind the dash if your does not and can be installed quick at the dealer .
Under the dash behind the instrument cluster.
I believe that is in the jack storage area in the cargo area , on the drivers side by the liftgate
I believe it is 17.5 U.S. gallons ( 66.2 liters ) on a 2 door Explorer
underneath the Explorer , on the drivers side , mounted in the frame rail below the drivers door