A Couple Of Things. Your Brake Shoes Could Be Worn Enough To Need Changed. But It Sounds As If You Have Air In The Brake Lines, Or A Bad Master Cylinder. I Would Suggest You Check The Front Pads To See About Replacing Them, Then Bleed The Front Calipers Also, I Think This Will Take Care Of It. Otherwise A Full Brake Job May Need To Be Done Installing Brake Shoes And Pads On The Front And Rear. Bleed The Front Then Bleed The Rear( Start by spraying a good Penetrating Fluid On All The Bleeder Screws And Allow A Few Hours To Let It Soak In. This Will Help Keep From Breaking Them Off. Also I Never Use WD40 For Anything Like This. Get A Good Brand PB, CRC, Knocker Loose. Just About Anything But WD40. WD40 Is Just A Water Displacement Chemical Anyway ) If You Find You Need Shoes And Pads. Suggestion++++ Install Both Front Break Hoses To The Calipers, You Will Find This To Be Safe And Best To Do. Reason These Hoses Have A Tremendious Amount Of Pressure On Them When You Put The Brakes On. Also Over Time They Rot On The Inside And Restrict Brake Fluid From Flowing From The Caliuper Back To The Master Cylinder Which Will Mess Up Your Caliper And You Will Be Out More Money To Do It Anyway. Gosh This Is A Lot Of Stuff This Should Help
On the Eddie Bauer it should be the 4.0 L SOHC Check your VIN # - if the 8th "character" is an E it is the SOHC engine , if it is an X it would be the 4.0 L OHV engine.
I would suggest the Ford web site.
The NHTSA doesn't list any recalls for suspension problems on a 1999 Ford Explorer - the only thing close would be the Firestone tires.
If they are the same model years , the interior space would be the same ( XLT and Eddie Bauer are Ford trim levels , Eddie Bauer having more standard features than the XLT trim level )
I could be wrong, but I don't think you have one; if you do it would be near the trans pan. If your transmission is shifting poorly I would change the filter and fluid.
I would say no , on my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT - I probably add a little coolant to the tank each year when it starts to get colder outside
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I would probably just store it in the storage bin in the floor once I purchased the proper ball mount and size of hitch ball that I required for my trailer.
At your own risks. I had a similar problem with my 1996 Explorer Eddie Bauer...Unfortunately, I replaced the transmission as a unit and later on found out that a faulty TPS sensor may cause the transmission to disengage. I would suggest a process of elimination by starting with the small item first which in this cars may be the TPS sensor. JB
I would probably keep it in the storage bin in the floor, once I purchased the proper ball mount and size of hitch ball that I required for my trailer.
Listed in your owners manual. Also the # would depend on what brand you want. Any Auto Parts store can provide this information.
Naturally an Eddie Bauer store would be your first stop in a mall in Canada, as it would either have the specific products you're looking for or it could order them. Sears also sells the items with less selection but better prices.
Cute western jean pants from Eddie would look great
The problem is probably the common blend door failure on the Explorer. Follow my user name to my Bio page for a pointer to the HeaterTreater web site. The site has diagnostic information on the problem and a bullet proof fix. ford4me
Itmight be the model of your car. My dad knows.
It is possible the blower motor fan is starting to seize up or is loose and catching on inside fan housing.
Sounds to me that the starter motor is in electrical short that is discharging the battery. I would take the starter motor to the electrical shop to be tested (or the car and ask them to check the starter).
Possibly a leak in the fuel system somewhere.
To the best of my knowledge you would have a faulty door switch! I had this same prop on my dodge truck and that cured me right up. hope this helps T-RODDER
It could be the blower itself as well. The first thing I would do is find the wattage of the blower (dc, I assume.) and connect the ground. Is there power to the unit?
A 2007 Ford Explorer would have 4 wheel ABS ( Anti-lock Brake System )
After inpecting this booster seat, it looks safe enoguh, and i would think this suitable for chidlren aged 4 - 12.
it is kinda hard to tell exactly what you are asking with this question, but there are no stock subwoofers in any newly purchased car. The only thing that would be close would be your 6x9s or 8s with the bass turned all the way, this may sound like a subwoofer. >Note: Some Eddie Bauer edition Explorers came with subwoofers
It could be the idle control P1507
probably not since the 96 is a little narrower than the 85 i would say no