2001 ford explorer sport

Asked by Sep 08, 2012 at 10:10 PM about the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport 2WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

ok guys.i have another question for you  i put a iac sensor on my 2001 ford explorer sport because that is wat the dealer told me was wrong with it but that didn`t work.it wouldn`t isle so now i put a throttle position sensor on it and it is still doing the same thing.what else could be wrong.i think im running out of sensor.....can you please help

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Why did you replace them? What is your explorer doing? Do you have any check engine lights? Can you give it gas and keep it running? Is the acceleration sluggish? If you can provide additional details, it would be great.

look for a pcv hose vacuam leak those were very common on that model,hope this helps

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