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The Ford Explorer, in production since 1991, is an off-road vehicle from Ford Motor Company, now in its sixth generation. The model has evolved through different chassis and powertrain configurations. The first two generations took their foundations from the Ford Ranger, whereas the third and fourth adopted a unique chassis. The fifth generation transitioned to a Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV), borrowing from a variant of the Taurus chassis. In 2020, it was reported as the best-selling SUV in U.S. history by CNBC. The initial generation, although sharing similarities with the Ranger, marked a significant departure from its predecessor, the Bronco II, developing into a family-friendly vehicle with robust off-road capabilities. Designed with optimized aerodynamics, increased interior space, and various practical features, the Explorer proved larger and more refined than the Bronco II. A range of Explorer trims were offered, including the XL, Eddie Bauer, Sport, and Limited versions, each providing unique features and styling cues. The second-generation Explorer brought forth enhancements to the chassis and handling, maintaining a coil spring rear suspension setup and introducing a more compact front suspension. Powertrain options expanded over the years, with a notable addition of a single overhead camshaft V6 engine, able to compete with the V8 in power output.

The Ford Explorer, despite its enduring production, encounters issues over time, notably in its suspension system and engine performance. Owners often report suspension problems such as unusual noises (clunking, rattling, squealing), sluggish handling from a loose steering wheel, and vibration, often remedied by replacing the sway bar bushing, shock absorber, or sway bar link. Engine concerns, presenting as peculiar noises, a burning oil scent, oil leaks, or low engine oil, result in rough engine operation, misfires, poor fuel economy, and starting issues. It's critical to inspect the timing belt tensioner, spark plug, and valve cover gasket when these symptoms manifest. Drivers seeking safe, comfortable drives should also maintain key auto parts like the fog light bulb, ensuring clear vision, and the air filter, purifying the driving environment, which are prone to wear over time and demand frequent attention to keep enjoying the benefits of the Explorer.

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Ford Explorer Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: What are the signs that indicate the need to inspect the flywheel in a Ford Explorer?
    A: Inspect the flywheel when the vehicle suffers from excessive transmission gear wear, transmission jumping out of gear, driveline vibration, clutch pedal vibration, clutch slippage, pilot bearing noise or release bearing noise. Visually inspect the flywheel for signs of cracking, warpage, scoring or heat checking. If any of these conditions exist, the flywheel must be removed and resurfaced at an automotive machine shop.
  • Q: How to check and replace a thermostat in a cooling system issue on Ford Explorer?
    A: Before attributing a cooling system issue to the thermostat, check coolant level, drivebelt tension, and temperature gauge or light. If engine has prolonged warm-up times, replace thermostat. For engine overheating, assess upper radiator hose temperature. Cool hose suggests stuck-closed thermostat, hot hose suggests open thermostat. To replace, disconnect battery cable, remove air duct, drain cooling system. Locate thermostat housing, loosen hose clamp, detach hose. Remove housing cover, extract old thermostat, clean surfaces, install new thermostat with proper orientation. Reassemble, refill cooling system, start engine to check for leaks and verify thermostat functionality.
  • Q: How do you remove the blower motor in the engine bay and install it back on Ford Explorer?
    A: The blower motor can be found on the right-hand side of the engine compartment. Take off the negative terminal wire from the battery. Remove the air cleaner for 1994 and earlier models. Push down on the electrical connector locking tab and disconnect that blower motor connector. Disconnect the small rubber cooling tube model without air conditioner from the blower motor. For models with air conditioning, remove a single nut from the bottom plenum. Disconnect the electrical connector from the blower motor resistor, vacuum hose from the check valve, and vacuum line from the intake manifold. Remove three screws that hold the blower motor to the heater blower assembly. Pull the blower motor out of the heater assembly. Remove the push nut on the motor shaft and remove the wheel if necessary. To install, reverse the above steps of removal process. Ensure fully seating electrical connector so it clicks into position.