How To Install Replace Door Panel Ford Explorer 95-01 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to remove or replace the interior door panel trim on your vehicle. You need to remove the door panel for a number of different repairs, for example door handles, window regulators, power window motors, door locks and more. This video, will help you do this. This procedure should be the same for 1995-2001 Ford Explorer.
How To Install Replace Door Panel Ford Explorer Sport Trac 01-05 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to remove or replace the interior door panel trim on your vehicle. You need to remove the door panel for a number of different repairs, for example door handles, window regulators, power window motors, door locks and more. This video, will help you do this.
How To Install Replace Power Window Regulator Ford Explorer Sport Trac Mountaineer 91-05 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, cracked, damaged, slow-moving, or stuck power window regulator and motor. This video is applicable to 1991-2001 Ford Explorer, 2001-2003 Explorer Sport, 2002-2005 Explorer Sport Trac, 1991-1994 Mazda Navajo, and 1997-2001 Mercury Mountaineer models. This is a pretty easy repair for the do it yourself person.
How to Find out your keypad door code for a Ford Explorer 1998 XLT
This Video is to help you to find the code of your keypad door, so you dont have to take it to the dealer and paid a big ammount of money for something is very simple.
To find your code you have to go to your trunk on the driver side is a comparment to place your jack, inside of that comparment you will see a control module this control your keypad on the side of that control is a white sticker and big number bold print, this is the code of your keypad to open your door another solution is on the manual of the truck. good luck and please comment.
Ford Explorer spark plug fix
Ford blown spark plug repair - Time Sert review
Vehicle: 02 Ford Explorer V8 4.6L
Many Ford engines from 1997 to 2008 with Triton heads may blow out a spark plug. Many companies have come out with a relatively inexpensive fix that allows the Head to remain on the engine, thus saving a lot of money in repairs. Although I have rebuilt engines in the past, I have never repaired this kind of damage to an engine. I wanted to record whether Time Sert's claims were as easy as they proclaimed. The answer for me was mostly Yes.
The only criticism was that I had no objective idea how much counterboring I needed to do. With the engine that I had, a Lot of counterboring needed to be done and I thought I had gone too far at one point simply due to the amount of time spent with this operation. I have done a second repair and decided to only use a hand ratchet on the counterbore. It took two hours to counterbore alone. I recommend an air ratchet for this reason.
Bottom line is that this works; It's relatively inexpensive; and I was overall happy with the product. As well, I can now replace more threads without buying anything more since it came with 5 inserts.