check the speed sensor
1998 ford explorer transmission reverse won't engage, acts like it is in neutral.
You may need another transmission if your Ford Explorer will not drive in reverse. The best way to find out is to take it to a local mechanic.
The A4LD transmission is the weakest part of the 91-94 explorer. It is likely that your transmission has failed.
clutch plates could be welded to gather
Lock up torque converter prolem.
The " F " in Ford and the first " E " in Explorer would be capital letters
As far as I know until the 1995 Ford Explorer ( referred to as generation 2 ) the Ford Explorer did not have any air bags
The Ford Explorer was introduced in 1991. There are no 1990 Explorers to take a transmission from.
Starting with the 1995 models of the Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions were ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED ( so , the answer would be NO )
Starting with the 1995 model year of the Ford Explorer the AUTOMATIC transmission was ELECTRONICALLY controlled ( so the answer would be no )
Everything points to the transmission being rebuilt or replaced. The reverse band broke, came loose etc.
The Ford Explorer engines are fuel injected , so no carburetor
No , it wasn't until the 2002 redesign of the 4 door Ford Explorer that a third row seat was available
I'm not a mechanic / technician but the 1993 Ford Explorer had the 4.0 L - OHV - V6 engine which was available until the 2000 model year , so I would say NO
That would depend on what year of Ford Explorer and which engine you have ( my 1995 Ford Explorer with the 4.0 liter OHV , V6 engine has ( 2 oxygen sensors )
You need a new gear box (transmission)
Up until the 2001 model year of the Ford Explorer they weren't designed to have a third row seat The third row seat was available in 2002 and newer models of Ford Explorer
what would cause the ADVTRAC OFF light to remain on on my 2005 ford explorer
No, the door on a 1998 Ford Explorer will not fit a 1992 Ford Explorer.
No , 1995 was a redesign , so 1991 to 1994 would be more compatible
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I was looking at fordparts.com and comparing the heater cores for the 1996 Ford Explorer and the 2000 Ford Explorer and they show the same part number ( so apparently the answer would be YES )