There is no 1988 Ford Explorer. The vehicle went into production in 1990 for the 1991 model year, replacing the two door Bronco II;. As for the Bronco II, there isn't an OBD port.
doors from 1986 to 1992 are the same for ranger bronco. yes will fit
A person a can open the rear door from the inside. Get into the car from another door that will open and open it from the there.
yes ,but the interior door panels are different
look on sticker on door tells u what type
it should be on the dash in the drivers front corner and also on the door sticker on the drvers door
there are six bolts o the door you have to take off, before that you have to take the door skin off of the door ( all you have to do is pry it off for the most part, only one screw near the handle), unplug all of the wires then pull the door off
national parts depot or lmc truck
I replaced the drivers door switch on mine and it took care of the problem
The 1993 Ford Bronco power door lock relay switch can be found behind the dashboard on the drivers side of the passenger compartment. The relay switch should be labeled as such.
First you will need to remove the door panel, after this is done you should see at least 3 little marks in the door metal, which were made by a punch. Drill a hole where these indentations are and use the appropriate tool to remove the motor.
Between the front and rear doors.