I'm not a mechanic / technician but I don't think so
From what I have read there are ( 3 ) different engine blocks for the Ford
4.0 liter OHV / pushrod style V6 engine used in a Ford Explorer
( 1991 to 1994 models )
( 1995 and 1996 models )
( 1997 to 2000 models )
Night Stand - 1995 Pushy Parents 2-40 was released on: USA: 1997
For a 1995 Ford Explorer , 4.0 liter , EFI , V6 engine : With engine idling ( 30 PSI ) Key On / Engine Off ( 39 to 40 PSI )
The What a Cartoon Show - 1995 Snoot's New Squat 1-40 was released on: USA: 29 January 1997
yes, 10-40 just a higher grade motor oil then 5-30 or 5-40 i run 15-40 in my Ford Explorer
Basic fuel injection for a 5.0 is common, weather a MGM, Explorer, or Mustang. The GT-40 is a series of more powerfull parts that will fit pretty much any 5.0 motor. An Explorer 5.0 intake will fit a Mustang, if both have factory parts. Some Explorer's had parts that were close to the GT-40 designs, and will offer more horsepower then regular factory parts.
The Owner Guide shows that 5 w 30 is the preferred oil ( that's what I've used in my 1995 Ford Explorer for almost 15 years )
It is an Explorer.
yes- you'll need to go to a 35 or 40 series tire, though
Port Charles - 1997 1-40 was released on: USA: 1997
The 1995 Pontiac Firebird can be fitted with 18x8-inch wheels granted they are designed for this application. A tire size that will work on these wheels are 275/40/18.
2 turtles can fit in a 40 gallon tank
I ASSUME it would be the same as the 4.0 liter in my 1995 Ford EXPLORER ; ( 39 / 40 PSI , key on , engine off , and 30 PSI with engine running at idle )