One possibility is a dying alternator.
( 16.8 gallons ) in the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport
horn not working on 2003 ford explorer sport trac, just a clicking sound
A 2003 Ford Explorer Sport ( the two door version of the Ford Explorer ) has shock absorbers front and rear
Sport has better horsepower intern making it faster and easier to handle
Where is the ecm on a 03 explorer
replacing 2003 fore explorer sport front wheel bearings
The fuel tank size for the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport is ( 16.8 gallons / 63.6 liters ) according to the owners manual
According to the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Owner Guide : ( # 9007 bulb is used in the headlights )
According to the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Owner Guide : ( 16.8 US. gallons ) is the tank capacity
I was looking at the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Owner Guide and it does not show an air filter for the cabin / passenger compartment , so I would say ( No )
You can get a free 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac wiring diagram online at the Modified Life website. You can also find this diagram in the Ford owner's manual online at Ford.com.
depends on the engine is it 4.0 or 4.6 L and if its flex or just regular gas, and if it will have the right spot for it.
behind the alternator on the motor block.
Your 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac - 4.0 L - SOHC - V6 engine has 3 timing CHAINS - 2 chains at the front of the engine and 1 chain at the back of the engine
where do i put the fluid Its under alternator.
On a 2003 Ford Explorer Sport : Open the drivers door and on the latch pillar you will see an information sticker . One of the things the sticker shows is the original size of tires on the vehicle from the factory
In the fuse panel on the driver's end of the dash (visible with driver's door open) in location # 17 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigar lighter/ OBD II.
I paid $537 in 2012.
Yes, I have one. 2003 model
In the front passenger footwell , by the kick panel
I found the computer module (w/ the keyless entry factory code) on my 2003 Ford Explorer XLT behind and just below the rear passenger side seatbelt panel. Not sure if it's in the same location on the Sport model but it's worth a shot. Carefully remove the seatbelt panel (shoulder portion) and dislodge the top portion of the panel below it. The black computer module with the keyless entry code should be easily visible.