the heater core is located just inside the firewall on the passenger side behind the dash. To replace it you have to first remove the glovebox and instrument panel bezel. Then remove all 7mm screws that hold in the dash. there a alot and some are hard to find a flashlight will help and it also is good idea to remove the front seats this gives you way more room but takes a little more work.Youll then remove the cover below the steering wheel. then unbolt the steering column. It has for bolts either 13 or 15mm below the speedometer. once you've removed these 4 bolts let the steering column sag down, don't remove anything else there. you should then be able to locate and remove any remaining screws or 10mm bolts that hold in the dash. The speedo needs to come out along with any other electrical swithes or gauges. After all this the dash should be loose unplug any wire connections and remove. Then drain your engine coolant and disconnect the two small radiator hoses that lead to the heater core.(in engine compartment) Then remove the black cover it has several small screws and is sealed so youll have to pop it open carefully. the heater core just slides in and out . reinstall cover, then the dash,remember to plug everything back in. speedo and gauges go back in next the re-mount the steering column,instrument panel,(radio cover which also has to be removed when the dash comes out) and glove box reattach the inlet and outlet hoses to the heater core NOTE: the inlet and outlet hoses are directional which mean if they are installed backwards the heater wont work because there wont be any fluid in the core before changing your heater core make sure these lines are hooked up correctly because if your car has been serviced sometimes the technition will hook them up backwards and you wont know until your doesn't work.
Where is the cabin filter located on an Ford Explorer Sport Trac 2008?
Under the dash board on the passenger side. You can find it easily by looking for two hoses (under the hood) that connect to the heater core right at the firewall.
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The oil drain valve on a 2000 Ford Explorer Sport is located near the rear of the oil pan. The radiator drain petcock is located at the bottom the radiator.
On my 2001 sport trac it is behjnd the backseat on the module
Most of the explorer has the fuel pump in side of the gas tank.
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The fuse for your 2002 Ford Explorer Sport is similar to that of the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport.
It doesn't have one.
Inside the gas tank
Inside the plastic housing that contains the heater core / and air conditioning evaporator located below and behind the glove compartment ( it's the door that's installed vertically / up and down )
On top of the accumulator/drier (It's the cylinder on the passenger side of the engine not too far from your heater fan) It has a plastic cap covering the valve.
underneath the Explorer , on the drivers side , mounted in the frame rail below the drivers door
A Ford Explorer Sport is a 2 door model, while the Explorer Sport Trac is a 4 door model with a small pickup bed.
Yes , there was a 2002 Ford Explorer Sport ( 2 door )
Ford Explorer Sport Trac was created in 2000.
Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine
The electric fuel pump is inside the fuel tank
The starter solenoid is mounted directly to the starter.
Oxygen sensors are located in the exhaust manifolds & in front pipes, should have 4
For a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport : ( 5.0 U.S. quarts / 4.7 litres of 5W-30 engine oil , with engine oil filter change )
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