On the passenger side of the vehicle, underneath the accumulator. There is a tube that comes out of the lower part of the blower motor assembly & connects to your lower AC hose. The orifice tube is in there. You have to jack up the vehicle, remove the tire & the plastic wheel well cover. Then you can plainly see the bottom of the accumulator & the blower motor assembly. The orifice tube will be in the tube coming out of the blower motor (attached to firewall). Be sure to insert the orifice tube with the arrow pointing towards the blower motor.
why can't i find a diagram of the fuel system for a 1991 ford explorer eddie baur
Its located in the evaporator just follow the line from the condenser to the evaporator..........
The fuse for your 2002 Ford Explorer Sport is similar to that of the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport.
Yes , there was a 2002 Ford Explorer Sport ( 2 door )
Ford Explorer Sport Trac was created in 2000.
The automatic transmission is an A4LD in a 1991 Ford Explorer
where is the factory amp in a 1998 2dr ford explorer sport
Ford Explorer was created in 1991.
A 2003 Ford Explorer Sport ( the two door version of the Ford Explorer ) has shock absorbers front and rear
No , the 1999 Ford Explorer Sport and the 1999 Ford Explorer 4 door have shock absorbers front and rear
The transmissions from 1991 - 1994 are the same. So the 1991 transmission will not fit a 1996 explorer.
A Ford Explorer Sport is a 2 door model, while the Explorer Sport Trac is a 4 door model with a small pickup bed.
The 1998 Ford Explorer Sport ( like the four door version , Ford Explorer ) has shock absorbers front and rear
The last model year for the Ford Explorer Sport Trac was ( 2010 )
( 16.8 gallons ) in the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport
The height for that 2001 Ford Explorer Sport is 68.2 inches.
On a 1997 Ford Explorer / Explorer Sport : The electric fuel pump is INSIDE the fuel tank
Where is the cabin filter located on an Ford Explorer Sport Trac 2008?
horn not working on 2003 ford explorer sport trac, just a clicking sound
For a 2000 Ford Explorer Sport : ( " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane )
On a 1991 Ford Explorer , 4.0 litre , OHV , V6 engine : I believe the oil pressure sending unit is on the drivers side of the engine , below the power steering pump
I believe that is ( 19.3 U.S. gallons ) in a 1991 Ford Explorer 4 door
where is the draig plug on a 2000 explorer sport
Ford started producing the Explorer sport utility vehicle in 1990 as a 1991 model . I believe the 4 door version held 19.3 U.S. gallons