Remove power window door lock trim, the metal piece is attached to the plastic part. Puteverything back into place and you will need a new gasket for yourupper intake that you removed. Next lower the engineback down so it's still in the truck. Having owned a few Fords with bad oil pan gaskets and going todozens of guys with 10- 30+ years of experience with Ford motorsal … ong with my own ideas how to get things done smarter, not harder,there is no way. Right before he left some sort problem developed in front end, think it's a wheelbearing but not sure so bid knowing there is problem.
First remove your throttle cables, then your upper intake that says5. If there was a problem with the switch it would affect all cylinders. I always heard the only gap was the spark plug gap-the rotor has no gap-are you sure you got the correct rotor? According to the owner's manual, on a 1997 Ford Explorer there is a. If you don't go to library and use their all-data services for test procedures for no spark condition. Then once the pan gasket is ready tohold oil, dump it in and you're set. Should be in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose.
Lift whole door trim up at the rear and down at the front to slide out from door opener handle. Go to any automotive store Pepboys, Advanceautoparts, autozone and they have manuals for just about every vehicle made. The price for the online subscription is 75% less than purchasing the service manual! Drain about 1 gallon of coolant from the radiator Remove this housing Make note how thermostat is installed in housing Clean both surfaces Replace thermostat and gasket Re-install housing Re-fill … coolant slowly to prevent an air lock Start engine and look for leaks Run engine to normal operating temperature with heater on Re-check coolant level My advice to you is not to drive that vehicle until you get in fixed. Only that year has it. Clean the pan surface, inside it,maybe replace the oil pump while you're down there, put the newgasket back on with sealant.
Remove the plastic sheeting and any insulation. Good luck I hope this helps get you back running agian Posted on Jul 03, 2011 if you have fire on the number one cylinder,it means that the ignition coil is working so your problem can come from spark plug wire or cap and rotor. If that is not the problem have your connector checked on the vehi … cle side. You also may need to have your transmission replaced but more than likely … it is fixable. All glass is good, look at pictures you can see some rust around fenders, dent on right side and left end of rear bumper. Check pickup ring inside the distributor sounds like the wire is broken and make sure you have power going to ignition module.
Unbolt the transmission from thecrossmember. If clearance is a problem you may need to remove the bolts on theengine mounts, loosen the transmission mount and jack the engine upa few inches to clear the pickup tube. Don't forget to use themanuals specs for torquing the oil pan bolts, engine mounts andcrossmember for your transmission. Truck has very good set of Goodyear Wranglers on aluminum rims, power windows and power door locks work. Email any questions you have or call me at 573 429 1491. When the nodes on the distributer shaft crosses the switch it induces a slight current in the switch which then sends it to the igntion system to fire the coil.
Any place that sales trailers can do that for you. You may just need a mount replacement and if you continue to drive it, things will get worse and that is more money you will have to spend to get it fixed. Maybe a tech could see something then. For good measure let it set up. He was driving this everyday back and forth to work plus little fishing and hunting. Oct 07, 2014 I guess you could have the ignition analyzed on an oscilloscope. Sep 21, 2013 The part is a ' hall effect ' pick-up switch.
You could also go to www. The cam reduced Total HorsePower, but gained in Tourqe. And does it touch the top distributor cap coil wire tower? Remove door trim screws, one in handle one next to side mirror. Have clear title in hand. Drill out the 3 rivets that hold the motor, pull out and replace.
. I have seen new modules that where bad so you might have yours tested by your local parts store most of them will test them for free or a small charge. This system is a pretty reliable one. If you have power to ignition module i would say its the pick up coil in distributor. It seems you did it the hard and expensive way, backwards. It is a mystery worthy of a solution.
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