If you turn on the ignition without starting the engine and the Check Engine light does not come on, the bulb has burnt our or has been removed. Replace the bulb.
could be a vacuum hose leak--had the same problem and once the hose was replaced it stopped.
The Ford Explorer service light will come on to tell you of a problem. The issue could be minor, or could result in loss of fuel economy, or cause engine failure over time.
could be a broken engine mount
You could have either the 4.0 liter SOHC - V6 engine or the 5.0 liter - V8 engine
There could be two causes. The first is the fuse could be blown and the second is the motor may have went bad.
No, nor could oil in the gas.
Could be low fluids or a electronic component in engine...
When the service engine soon light is blinking, it means a subsystem of the engine has failed. It could be something as simple as a broken gas cap, or it could be a serious engine problem. If the Explorer is still running fine, it is best to get the codes read at an auto service shop to determine the next course of action.
could be a bad wire in your engine harness
You could possibly have a cracked head gasket.
My Ford Explorer has seat belts for ( 5 ) people , starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer four door you could get a third row seat so there were seatbelts for ( 7 ) people
could be your coil pack / igntion moduel / or fuel pump
you have gasoline leaking into the engine when stopped could be a faulty injector
why is my ford sport trac run rough at idling. Being that the check engine light is on, start with having the codes read. Your local auto parts store can help with that at no cost.
4.0 liter v6 ======================================================== The above answer is partially correct If you have a 1998 Ford Explorer ( XLT trim ) You could have a 4.0 liter Single Over Head Cam ( SOHC ) V6 engine or a 5.0 liter V8 engine ( which is an Over Head Valve / pushrod design engine )
He could be stopped and he was stopped eventually.
depending on how much petrol was in the tank and the length of the pipes it could take between 2 - 20 seconds before the engine stopped working
The Explorer could have a stuck open thermostat. The thermostat needs to close until the engine gets up to operating temperature to make the system heat properly.
Look carefully at the valve cover gasket. They will leak in the back and run down the backside of the engine.
Are you talking about starting it or running it?
You could have the 4.0 L - OHV engine - VIN " X " ( 8th " character " of VIN ) or the 4.0 L - SOHC engine - VIN " E " / both are V6 engines
The EGR valve on a 1994 Chevy 1500 is located on the top of the engine. If the valve becomes stopped, the engine could idle rough or stall.
He was highly motivated and could only have been stopped by a premature death.