on the intake
The 1997 Ford Explorer ambient temperature sensor can be found on the bottom of the drivers side mirror. The engine coolant temperature sensor can be found on the front of the engine.
Yes, the power train management computer needs input from this sensor to time the spark to each cylinder. With a bad sensor there will be no ignition and the engine won't start.
The IAT is located on the side of the throtle body.
What kind of heat sensor did you have in mind??
located in the cylinder head
I4 does not have MAF.
Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine in a Ford Explorer Sensor 1 would be somewhere in the exhaust before the catalytic converter ( upstream )
its bolted to the cylinder block near the rear of the right cylinder head
It's screwed in the side of the engine facing the firewall.
on cylinder 1 side mounted on the manifold
For a 1997 Ford Explorer 4.0 liter V6 engine ( EFI and SOHC versions ) ( There are 6 spark plugs )
You can identify whether or not your 1997 Ford Explorer has an overdrive drum sensor by looking at the identification tag on the transmission. The identification tag will list the overdrive drum sensor.
Driver side end of the cylinder head.
Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine in your 1997 Ford Explorer ( V6 engines and V8 engine ) Sensor 1 is before ( upstream ) the exhaust enters the catalytic converter Sensor 2 is after ( downstream ) the exhaust leaves the catalytic converter
It is item 24 on the diagram
Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine in your Ford Explorer Sensor 1 is in the exhaust , close to the engine , before the catalytic converter ( upstream sensor )
Under the Explorer , below the drivers door , mounted on the frame rail
firewall 3 - 6 2 - 5 1 - 4 front
on the right side of the engine
A malfunction has been detected , could be a sensor
mass air flow sensor
Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine in your Ford Explorer Sensor 1 would be somewhere in the exhaust , close to the engine , before the catalytic converter
Yes, there is a knock sensor on the 2.3L. It is located on the rear driver's side of the cylinder head.
Left rear of cylinder head (single wire sensor)