02 Ford Explorer xlt dpfe part number?
Click on the link below DPFE 4 is shown for the 2002 Ford Explorer - 4.0 L and 4.6 L
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\n. \n Answer \n. \nFollow the upper radiator hose to the engine to locate the thermostat housing. The housing is located at the front of the intake manifold.
Follow the top radiator hose back to the engine. There is where the thermostat housing is. Remove the hose, remove the housing, remove the old thermostat. Install the new o-ring onto the thermostat and install the thermostat into the intake manifold with the spring side pointing toward the engine. R…einstall everything and be careful to evenly tighten the housing bolts until they are snug(DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE BOLTS). Fill the cooling system with a 50/50 mix of coolant and water, and burp the system. To determine the part, you can read the numbers off the original or ask at your local parts counter. (MORE)
Answer . Recently I had the DPFE Sensor (as opposed to "switch") replaced in my 2002 Ford Explorer Limited. This sensor "as per FSA 02M01" was replaced because my "service engine soon" showed up in the message board display. Following this new sensor installation, my transmission is now defunct …and sits in a Ford dealership waiting for replacement of "cellinoids" (solenoids?). This is what I have been told, I hope this is helpful to you.. Answer . \nI'm not familar with this exact model, but the EGR DPFE sensor is usually easy to locate by finding a "tee" in the tube running from the EGR valve to the intake manifold and following it. They usually change to hose after a few inches in order to get the flexible hose away from the hot EGR tubing. Follow the hose to the sensor, usually on the firewall. BTW, the Differential Pressure Feedback Electronic sensor tells the computer how much exhaust gas is flowing back into the intake. (MORE)
Follow the top radiator hose from the radiator , it connects to a metal pipe ,. the other end of the metal pipe is permanently attached to the thermostat. housing that is bolted to the front of the engine. The thermostat is inside the thermostat housing
This information is listed in your owner's manual. Don't have one, get one. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22.5 U.S. gallons / 85 liters (Helpfull) Should be 21, with the .5 gallon, IF you "top-off" your tank (filling up the "gas pipe…" that you pour gas down into.) Geez, looking at the above answers, just go with "20 plus"...seems safe, right? (MORE)
DPFE Answer . \nI had this problem with a 99 Ranger. The DPFE is a rectangular unit about the size of a deck of cards, usually silver or black in color. It is located on top of the intake (mine was right in the center. It has a small vacuum hose on top and one on the bottom and a wire plug on th…e front. It is held on by 2 screws and takes only minutes to change. You clear the code by disconnecting the battery for a few minutes. Hope this helps. (MORE)
Answer The "xlt" is simply a trim package designation Ford used. It was used on the trucks and SUV's only. It is, generally speaking, the highest level of creature comforts offered on them with the exception of the "Eddie Bauer" package.
Answer . \nAt the rear of the engine, behind the throttle body, close to the EGR valve area, slightly toward the passenger's side of the vehicle. You can see the top of the DPFE while standing in front of the vehicle with the hood up, if you know what you are looking for.
DPFE Location . \nThe DPFE is located on the left side of the upper intake manifold across from the battery. It has two rubber hoses on the bottom with a wire connector attached.
Contact Ford Motor Company. You will probably need to write them with the VIN number of the vehicle. They should be able to help you. Perhaps contacting a local FORD dealer might help also. Master Number is on label on computer module, in my 1998 XLT is in left rear where jack is, above fender. …May be 1996 is different, Ford is chenging location. Write to Ford did not help, they sent me to Dealer, and it is wery costly. (MORE)
Answer . The GEM is located behind the radio. You can take out the radio with a pair of special tools that fit into the four small holes you will find on the face of the radio unit. Or, if you take out the two screws at the bottom of the whole dash facia (the black framing around the radio, A/C c…ontrols and two top A/C vents, you can carefully remove the entire unit. Behind this facia are the connections to various electronic controls (depending on the options your Explorer has). Behind this radio and facia, look behind and to the left (driver's side) and you will see a small black box (cigarette size) with wires connecting to it. It can be removed by simply sliding the unit up and off its bracket. No screws are holding the GEM to the inside dash. Be sure you have disconnected the battery before attempting any repair or removal for your safety.. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. On Demand lists the location as center of the dash, against the firewall. What is needed to access the GEM, I am still working on.. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. ANSWER. The Generic Electronic Module can be accessed by removing the radio (Helpfull) (MORE)
Located right side underneath hood. Big black box. Located right side underneath hood. Big black box. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ That's the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live ) that is located in the engine compartment , the fuse bo…x / panel is under the dash on the drivers side (MORE)
Answer . hi go to www.fleet ford.com. you can get the manual on pdf file
The 4.0 L - OHV engine uses Motorcraft RT 1161 and. The 4.0 L - SOHC engine uses Motorcraft RT 1160. in the 1999 Ford Explorer according to motorcraft.com
Answer . Check bulbs. Check sockets for Hot and Ground. Check fuse. Check brake light switch
DPFE location . \nYou need to know which engine. On the 5.0 V-8 the DPFE is mounted just to the right (using the vehicle "right" and "left", i.e., sitting in the vehicle looking forward) of the EGR valve. The EGR valve is right in the middle of the back of the engine, you really have to climb up …under the hood to see it, its almost to the firewall. The DPFE has a roundish black top, and a black body. You can actually rotate the black top, but it doesn't unscrew. It has a two-wire cable/plug going into it, and two small black hoses attach near the bottom rear. (MORE)
According to my Haynes repair manual, the Differential Pressure Feedback EGR. sensor (DPFE) monitors upstream (before) and downstream (after) exhaust. backpressure. By calculating the difference between the two pressures, the. powertrain control module (PCM) determines exactly the EGR flow rate a…t all. driving conditions. (MORE)
It is a small rectangular box , either metal or plastic , approximately 3 inches. long with extensions on each end for the 2 bolts that hold it in place , 1 + 3/4 inches. wide and 3/4 inch thick . It has two small hoses connected to the bottom and an. electrical plug in connection on the front of… the sensor - Helpfull (MORE)
If it's like my 1995 , you turn the radio ON, press and hold the "CLK" button , use the. SEEK button to increase or decrease the HOURS , and use the TUNE or TUNE DISCS. button to increase or decrease the MINUTES and when you have set the time you. release the "CLK" button
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I BELIEVE the fuel pump inertiaswitch ( shut off switch ) for a 1993 Ford Explorer is in the frontpassenger footwell , under the front edge of the carpet , mounted on the toeboard just to the right of the transmission hump
Stock you get about 14 city and 20 highway. I have a flowmaster exhaust kit and a cold air intake so i get about 18 city and 25 high way!!! It cost me 500 dollars for both but it is paying for itself with the increasing gas prices
The spindle is an assembly that is part of the front suspension at the front wheels. on a 2 wheel drive , on a 4X4 it is called the steering knuckle. There is 1 for each front. wheel
You will need a flashlight to see it. Look in the back where the jack is stored and there will be a computer box with the code on it. The jack is located in the back on the driver's side. I think there were 4 tabs to move so you could slide the panel off. I have a 1996 Ford Explorer XLT V8.
In a 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment , on the drivers side of the engine compartment ( mini fuse # 29 is a 15 amp fuse for the fog lights )
Ford Explorers are good SUVs. They're very powerful for a mid size SUV and the powertrain is very reliable. The 4.0L V6 engines have been known to go for 600,000 miles trouble free. I have an '04 Ford Explorer with the 4.0L V6 and I've only had 1 problem with it. The check engine light came on and I… took it to my auto shop and they said nothing was wrong. They got the light to go off and it has ran perfect ever since. That wasn't even really a problem. Mine has almost 90,000 miles on it and not once has it let me down. (MORE)
I believe it is a blend door actuator. The blend door actuator "blends" hot and cold air enabling you to control the climate control temperature.
For a Ford Explorer : If you have the 4.0 liter V6 engine ( OHV and SOHC versions ) The recommended oil is 5W-30
On a 02 ford explorer xlt replaced bank 1 sensor 2 it says replace 2 of them where is the other one located?
There are 4 sensors total. All are on the exhast pipes. 2 "upstream" are before the catalytic converter and 2 "downstream" after the catalytic converter.
According to the 2002 Ford Explorer owners manual ( 5 w 20 ) is used in the 4.6 L - V8
with a Large HAMMERRR thanks for the sugested solution but I TRY THAT ALREADY AND IS NOT WORKING
For dimming your gauge lighting ? In your dash , just to the right of your headlight switch
The 1998 Ford Explorer Owner Guide shows that the fuel pump shut off switch is behind the kick panel in the front passenger footwell
It's mounted on the drivers side of the upper " plastic " intake manifold , below the idle air control valve . It has 2 small hoses connected to it and a plug in electrical connection , it is rectangular shaped
www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides The Owner Guide ( which includes the fuse panel diagram ) can be viewed online
P 235 / 75 / R 15 all terrain ( check the information sticker on the end of the drivers door , it will show the tire size from the factory )
I'm not sure, but I have a 2004 Explorer with the 4.0L SOHC V6 and I once pulled a 6,500 pound loaded trailer and it didn't even seem like it was straining. Not sure, but Explorers aren't made for big towing, just the guy that needs to take his jet skis or boat to the lake. :D
On my 1995 Ford Explorer with the 4.0 liter OHV engine the DPFE sensor ( differential / or delta pressure feedback Egr sensor ) is located on the upper intake manifold on the drivers side of the engine
24 , 15 amp , lighter and OBD II The port where you charge your cell phones, etc... According to the owners manual, it is located under the hood, driver side behind the battery. Lift open the cover and it is one of the bigger blue fuses. Power Point #1 (Front) Fuse #9 Power Point #2 (Rear) F…use #7 (MORE)
Where is the DPFE sensor located in a 1999 Ford Exployer? I had my oil changed yesterday and was told that the hose connected to this sensor is off.
According to the 2004 Ford Explorer Owner Guide : In the fuse panel below the drivers side of the dash : ( # 24 is a 15 amp fuse for the cigar lighter , OBD II , NeutralTow )
The biggest difference is that a Sport is a 2 door and the XLT is a 4 door. True, but, as an owner of one, I must point out that the XLT vs. the Sport is a "trim package" with some "pow." You may have overlooked these facts when it comes to the Ford Explorer XLT: Tinted Windows, except the fro…nt windshield. Third row of seats = seats 9 passengers.. Is a true "Crossover" vehicle. Has more in the way of the sound system, and all the "extras" Ford packaged with it. Wider wheelbase, and a few inches longer. Larger "cargo area", sans one row of seats. Comes with a V-6 SOHC, or a V-8. Uses a Load rated tire "from the factory" as "H" or higher; speed rating of "S", or higher. Comes with a duplicate spare, which matches the four tires, already installed on the vehicle, in an out-of-the way, under carriage, below the gas tank. Easy-to- reach "valve stem", so one can keep the "spare" properly inflated. Much more sophisticated alarm system. Driver's side, push button, coded entry. Three separate fuse banks. Plus a few other "extras", such as the leather-jacketed, Owner's Manual; a larger and roomier, between the driver's/front passenger's seat, accessory box. Of course, this is just IMHO. I'm sure that anyone else could have found all of this out anyway, I was just asked to look at the original "Poster's question". (MORE)
The 4.0 liter single over head cam ( SOHC ) V6 with the Control Trac 4x4 system
No , the first model year that the 3rd row seat was available was 2002
It's a Ford trim level , as far as I know XLT doesn't have any particular meaning . There was the XL , XLT , Eddie Bauer , Limited trim levels
In the fuse box under the drivers side of the dash and in the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side
If you mean the two rods stored behind the rear seat and under the floor panel , they are used for the wheel jack and the rod with the hook on one end is used to lower the spare tire
On a 1996 Ford Explorer , 4.0 liter OHV , V6 engine : The DPFE is on the drivers side of the engine , on the drivers side of the " plastic " upper intake manifold . It is rectangular shaped , about 3 inches long , 1 and 3/4 inches wide , and 3/4 of an inch thick , with an electrical connector pl…ugged in to the front and 2 small diameter hoses connected to the bottom . The originals and old replacements were metal but the newer replacements are plastic . (MORE)
I was looking at the 2000 Ford Explorer Owner Guide and it shows : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in theengine compartment by the brake fluid reservoir ( mini fuse # 14 is a 30 amp green color fuse for the generator /voltage regulator )
I don't believe it stands for anything . It is just one of the trim levels on a Ford Explorer . Such as XL , which became XLS , XLT , Eddie Bauer , Limited
The P1405 ERG hose on your Ford explorer XLT is located on the back of the fuel injector pump. The hose goes to the air intake cleaner. The hose is about 2 feet long.