Fuel pump, I think I have heard of this problem before
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : Looking into the engine compartment from the DRIVERS SIDE ( a flashlight would be helpfull ) the starter is LOW DOWN at the rear of the engine where the automatic transmission is bolted to the rear of the engine
it is almost 100% your transmition selenoid. the same thing happened to my yota, and the 1997 auto trannys are notorious for that. if you use one of those engine code readers it will probably say "transmition selenoid#2".
4R55E - 4 speed automatic - with the 4.0 L - OHV - V6 engine 4R70W - 4 speed automatic - with the 5.0 L - V8 engine
A 1999 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer has the 5R55E automatic transmission with the 4.0 liter SOHC , V6 engine , and the 4R70W automatic transmission with the 5.0 liter V8 engine
Starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer 4 door there is no automatic transmission dipstick
My 1995 Ford Explorer XLT , with 4.0 L OHV engine , automatic transmission and 4X4 had a shipping weight of 4,053 lbs
According to the 1996 Ford Explorer owners manual : Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the automatic and manual transmissions with the V6 engine
Through the automatic transmission fluid dipstick tube , at the back of your engine , slightly to the left ( looking from the front of the Explorer ) by the firewall
My 1995 Ford Explorer XLT , with 4.0 L OHV engine , automatic , 4X4 had a shipping weight of 4,053 pounds
The torque converter for an automatic transmission is inside the bellhousing area of the automatic transmission , the end of the transmission that is bolted to the engine
have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
Starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) the automatic transmissions do not have a dipstick
My ( 1995 ) Ford Explorer XLT , 4x4 , automatic , 4.0 liter V6 engine had a shipping weight of 4,053 pounds
Starting in 2002 the Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) does not have an automatic transmission fluid level dipstick
The automatic transmission does - look near the firewall just on the passenger side of the engine
If your check engine light is staying on with the engine running , a malfunction has been detected with the emission control system . Have your Explorer scanned for any trouble codes to diagnose and repair the problem
Could be a transmission problem, assuming an automatic transmission.
The light that shows an engine symbol is your check engine light . If the light stays on while the engine is running, the OBD II system has detected a possible problem with your emission system. If the light flashes on and off, an engine "miss" has been detected . Have your Explorer scanned for any trouble codes to find and then repair the problem.
On the 4.0 L engine, I believe the starter can be found low down on the driver's side of the engine, just in front of the transmission.
Starting with the 2002 model year , the Ford Explorer four door does not have an automatic transmission fluid dipstick
My 1995 Ford Explorer XLT , with the 4.0 L - OHV engine , automatic transmission and 4 x4 had a shipping weight of ( 4,053 pounds )
According to the 2001 Ford Explorer Owner Guide : The automatic transmissions are : For the 4.0 liter SOHC , V6 engine ( 5R55E ) For the 5.0 liter V8 engine ( 4R70W )
The automatic transmission fluid dipstick is on the passenger side of the engine by the firewall