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Ford Explorer Sport Questions

Mike Arnold
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Stuck In 4wd Low

I have replaced the 4x4 control module and the fuses are good but will not shift out of 4wd low. I have disconnected the battery for 15+ minutes, backed it up and tried switching and all the other...

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thexplorer
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Can I Use A 1998 Ford Explorer 4.0 L Sohc On A 2002 Xplorer Sport 4.0 Sohc

Have a 2002 ford explorer sport 4.0 L SOHC. My question is can I use a 1998 ford explorer 4.0 L SOHC, It's looks Little diferent like oil motor fill is on the opposite side... will it work ....

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TiffanyC_LMT
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Shifting Issue

Ok, my truck has an issue going into gear. Please don't reply with answers to make me feel stupid. I am asking the question to the best of my ability. It will shift into reverse fine. But when I t...

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TiffanyC_LMT
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Shifting Issue

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ChevyMan22
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Camshaft Position Sensor Location

Where is the camshaft position sensor on my 1998 ford explorer sport 4x4 4.0L x efi

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About the Ford Explorer Sport

The Ford Explorer Sport was a niche model that got left behind as Ford marketed the Explorer, its flagship midsize SUV, increasingly to a suburban family-transportation market.

The Explorer Sport, based on the entry-level XLS trim of 2000, maintained a separate brand identity designed to appeal to drivers who had been drawn to the earlier Explorer models for their ruggedness and off-road potential.

As the Explorer's wheelbase grew, and as its interior became more lush, the Explorer Sport (which kept the 2000 platform) looked smaller and more agile in comparison to its suburban cousin.

It was the success of the Ford Escape, launched in 2001, that finally proved to be the end of the Explorer Sport.  Rather than redesign the outdated model,  the suits in Dearborn decided simply to discontinue the Explorer Sport and leave that market niche to the Escape.