Where is the power wire for the oil sending unit for a 96 ford explorer?
There is no power to the sending unit as it is a switch (activated by the pressurized oil pump) that signals a relay, this relay in return sendy 12 volts to another relay, which turns on power to the gauge indicating there is pressure
On a 2000 Ford Explorer Sport : If it has the 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine ( which is an Over Head Valve / pushrod design engine ) The oil pressure sending unit for the gauge is below the power steering pump on the drivers side of the engine I believe on the 4.0 SOHC version it is on the front of the engine in the area where the lower radiator hose connects to…
Why does the Gas gauge only work sometimes on 91 ford explorer I have changed the fuel pump sending unit and the gauge but is still doing the something?
The engine temp gauge is in the instrument cluster and the sending unit for the temperature gauge is in the intake manifold just to the left of the thermostat housing when you are looking from the front of the Explorer ( the larger sending unit to the right of the thermostat housing is for the EEC IV system)
Where is the temperature gauge sending unit located on a 1995 Ford F-350 power-stroke diesel engine?
my 1995 Explorer , with the 4.0 L OHV engine has 2 temperature sending units. They are located on the intake manifold by the thermostat housing (where top radiator hose connects to engine) Looking from the front of the vehicle, the temperature sending unit on the left is for the temperature guage in your instrument cluster and the larger temperature sending unit on the right is for the EEC system.