I actually drove a stubby screw driver through the pinch arms of the knuckle to free it. We need a recall from Ford. You do this by pouring transmission fluid into the tube that your transmission dipstick is in. The new bearing must be pressed into the knuckle. I assure you, he did nothing, he drove it to and from school and is a cautious driver. The main timing chain from the crankshaft to the jackshaft which is located where the camshaft is on the 4. It's roomier and more comfortable, benefits of its longer wheelbase, wider track and some clever engineering.
Get back out on the road by finding a new, used, or rebuilt Ford Explorer transmission on eBay from reliable sellers. Get the transmission fluid flushed and a fresh filter on it and it will most likely remain reliable for years. Your car must be level when the fluid is checked and we therefore recommend having a mechanic with a hydraulic lift or underground bay check your transmission fluid. Shop the extensive inventory of and! It started right up for him. I had all the paperwork. With the plug out of the stand pipe there should be a fine stream to a steady dip just coming out the pipe.
The lights would randomly go on and off while I was driving. It's roomier and more comfortable, benefits of its longer wheelbase, wider track and some clever engineering. I just bought a new Ford Escape yesterday, now definitely second guessing that decision! Also, in the power distribution box in the engine compartment, there is. They lied about so many things I would need shorthand to Get Started! I trust the people there. Spray it again and move on. Our research indicates that your vehicle does not have a transmission fluid dipstick.
The power windows would just stop working, then work again. But it's a nice design with an outdoorsman's interior, and offers the utility of a thoughtfully designed pickup bed for large, and dirty, cargo. Interested to hear from all. The ford was still running but wouldn't move in reverse nor drive. When fluid starts running back out of the hole, it is full.
In order to service the trans fluid level, you have to raise the vehicle, and the vehicle has t … o be level. Most all new vehicles are sealed and need to be changed every 30,000 miles. I have no money left for repairs or replacement cars and we both need reliable transportation. I would buy it in a minute if it checked out mechanically and cosmetically. If you bring it to a dealer, how would you know if they actually did the work? Hello Everyone, I have a 2002 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer V8 4x4 with 124k on it.
This is the first ford I've ever owned and it will definitely be my last. Apparently the oil dipstick harness had completely ripped off. The power windows would just stop working, then work again. It can also improve the fuel efficiency of your vehicle, and the amount of control that drivers have on the road. He is a friend of mine, good, honest mechanic, one that I trust completely. Quick access to automobile-catalog website - type in a browser: a-c. I seriously thought this truck was possessed.
If you believe this information does not accurately characterize your car, please. Any fluid leaks for this type of transmission should be treated by a mechanic. I will never have anything to do with or good to say about Ford unless they recall 2002 thru 2005 Exploders for their junk transmissions and timing chains for the engine. Not sure if I want an unreliable vehicle. I ended up selling her to a friend's uncle with a blown motor. It's not a safety problem. Moreover, I am surprised to find out that ford has not made any recalls and no 1983 class action law suit has been filed against the ford company.
You have to remove the small screw in the middle of the bigger plug. Violations of copyright will be prosecuted under the fullest extent of the law. I was looking at the 1998 Ford Expedition Owner Guide :It shows the 4R70W which would have been used with the 4. I was shocked to read all the similar complaints on 2002 ford explorer transmissions. I already had a rebuilt engine put in and new wheel bearings.