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  1. Explorer25
    11-21-2014 03:22 PM - permalink
    Explorer25
    Hey thanks for responding I put the info I knew on the thread.
  2. LX Sport
    11-07-2014 11:21 PM - permalink
    LX Sport
    Thanks for the response.


    George
  3. LX Sport
    11-07-2014 01:18 PM - permalink
    LX Sport
    Rod,

    I am looking at getting a 1998 5.0 Explorer, what do you think about that year and motor.

    Thanks

    George
  4. micromegas
    10-25-2014 10:07 AM - permalink
    micromegas
    Hey ShoRod.
    I appreciate your feedback.
    I am new here, but it sure looks like you're the 'Go-To' guy when it comes to Aviator matters.
    Prior to this Aviator, I had a '98 Explorer, and before that an '88 Bronco II.


    Do you suppose that, as a relatively quick performance tweak for my Aviator, a better Cold Air Intake would be beneficial?? I expect that it would and have done some research into THAT possibility. My problem is that, despite the 4.6L engine having been used in everything from Mustangs to Expeditions, there don't seem to be any kits on the market for the Explorer/Mountaineer/Aviator lines. If this is fitment-related, as I suspect, then perhaps a kit for one of the other 4.6L applications could be altered to fit? No doubt this would void the warranty but, for improved performance, I'd take that risk in a heartbeat. I'd love to hear what you think of this?
    Thanks again for sharing your expertise!
    Now I'm going to go investigate this "Cylinder De-Carb" you recommended...
  5. micromegas
    10-11-2014 08:24 AM - permalink
    micromegas
    This is my first day on the FTE site, and there appear to be some hurdles to clear prior to becoming a full-fledged member (?). At any rate, I am the proud owner of a 2003 Aviator. At approx. 90000 miles currently, I've had two significant problems with her...Timing Chain Guide (damned plastic parts!) failure, and rear wheel bearings went bad (costly, but nothing like the Chain problem). Hopefully, she'll be good for a while now, LOL.
    At any rate, I'm wondering if there are any modest improvements to be made in Aviator performance?...Air Intake, or maybe Exhaust system alterations? And what about these Performance Chips...are they worth it??
    I love the truck and plan on keeping her forever, would like to pamper her a little in her 'Middle-Age'.
    Any suggestions would be appreciated!


    Kevin F.
    Kenosha, WI
  6. Top Jimmy
    07-11-2014 09:18 AM - permalink
    Top Jimmy
    Shorod
    I have enjoyed reading your post for years (since 2002). You have helped so many, including me - starting with my 1997 Mountaineer.
    I am writing as I have recently relocated to the QC area (yes, I am on the dark side of the Mississippi (Moline). Nevertheless, I just traded my 02 EB Explorer for the same version in an 06 model - with 118,000 fewer miles.
    Looking forward to staying in touch and up to date on the Forums.
    Regards,
    Jim
  7. Dave36
    07-05-2014 02:50 PM - permalink
    Dave36
    Hello, and thank you for your offer. I need the power door schematics for the 1999 Explorer sport and the 1995 explorer sport, both two door models. My email address is convairxb36@sbcglobal.net I should be able to work this out with that information.
    Thank you again, Dave Wood
    "I have factory wiring diagrams for the 1995 and 1999 model years. If you send me a Private Message with the detailed request AND an e-mail address for you, I can send you PDFs of both diagrams."
  8. Bill Reilly
    05-29-2014 08:28 AM - permalink
    Bill Reilly
    Hey Rod. Any way I can get a 2004 explorer wiring diagram from you? I have that phantom power window problem. Replaced $100 in switches with no improvement...
  9. bmwboyee
    12-26-2013 11:46 PM - permalink
    bmwboyee
    Rod,
    It seems like you are the go to guy. I am searching for the parking brake and reverse gear wires to tap into. I have a 2010 ford explorer XLT. I am adding a backup camera and a Parrot Asteroid smart. Any help would be greatly appreciated as the truck is down.

    Happy New year! bmwboyee@gmail.com
  10. cowboyjesus
    12-15-2013 09:42 PM - permalink
    cowboyjesus
    I'm to new of a member to send PM's, but here are my details: 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac, needing the wiring diagram for the starting system. cowboyjesus@hotmail.com

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  • About shorod
    Location
    Cedar Rapids, IA
    Interests
    Bicycling, R/C Car racing, Consumer electronics repair, automotive repair
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    IA
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Lincoln
    Model
    Navigator
    Year
    2004
    Current Mileage
    50,000 - 74,999
    Miles per year
    1,000 - 4,999
    Ride
    2004 Lincoln Aviator
    Engine type and displacement
    4.6L V8
    Induction
    N/A
    Major modifications
    SCT tune by Unleashed
    Tranny type
    Automatic

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