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  1. doerun6217
    09-13-2016 11:38 PM - permalink
    doerun6217
    I have a question about my 04 EB explorer. Its got the dual climate control. The issue I'm seeing is that with the morning temps outside being cooler now, the wife has had to turn the heat on. In the afternoons on the drive home she is having to use the A/C. The passenger side is blowing cool, but the drivers side vents are noticeably warmer. Its almost as if the blend door for the drivers side is slightly open. I'm not that familiar with the dual climate systems. Done a lot of work on the singles. Replaced many blend doors and heater cores in the F150's but nothing with explorers. Any ideas? I've taken the vacuum line off the control valve going to the heater core and believe it or not the drivers side temp did cool off a little, but its still noticeably warmer than the pass. side. I've not looked at it too much yet due to not having time yet.
  2. stagecall
    09-08-2016 07:45 PM - permalink
    stagecall
    Hey@shorod, My 93 4.0 exployer is still running poor,no power misses,check engine light comes on and off.It backfires too.I have replaced the exhaust,new plugs, wires, and coil pack.All looked good but I replaced them anyways.Vehicle has no power.Mileage is poor.Vaccum lines look good.I am stumped.
  3. jjc034
    07-18-2016 04:19 PM - permalink
    jjc034
    Hey @shorod,

    I have a 2004 4.6L Ford Explorer and am trying to replace the camshaft position sensor; however, there seems to be a metal plate getting in the way. Would you happen to know how I can remove this plate to gain access to remove the CPS?

    Best,
    John
  4. tnelsonp
    06-08-2016 08:31 AM - permalink
    tnelsonp
    Thanks for your help! per your request - "I can provide you with the wiring diagram for the compressor clutch if you provide me with your e-mail address and the request (so I don't have to dig back through posts to figure out what I offered to provide). "

    re: 1998 Explorer XLT V6 (4.0 SOHC) with an AC problem

    tnelsonp@comcast.net
  5. jkloster
    06-03-2016 09:10 AM - permalink
    jkloster
    Hi Rod
    I don't know enough about how this site works to find what I wrote to you yesterday, but I do know we are limited to 1,000 characters, I originally had over 2,000, then spent a half hour shortening it. I'm John, the guy with a 2003 Explorer Eddie Bauer with a second air door actuator I can't get to without removing the dash. Well, it's very loose now, but something near the airbag is not allowing the passenger side to move more than one or two inches. Would you please send me whatever you have in your manual that covers the final stages of dash removal and airbag removal. I am hoping to be able to move everything out far enough to access and replace the actuator. Where do you live, I am in the Seattle area. I would like to find something to do for you in appreciation for all the things you have done for so many others who I have been reading about here. Thanks, John jkloster1@gmail.com
  6. jkloster
    06-03-2016 12:53 AM - permalink
    jkloster
    Shorod Uh Oh, too long.
    I read what you said to another FTE person re Navi location of airbag parts. My problem is so-so related, you said you had info to email him. If you don't read this I hope someone else may have ideas.
    I have 2003 Explorer which has dual air door actuators. Driver side relatively easy, passnger side hard. Trying to remove dash and move it a bit in hopes of access to second actuator. To temp open airbag area will let me see what I am facing. I know that many Navi are similar to other Ford products incl my Explorer. Would you be able to email me anything that might be of help? My email is jkloster1@gmail.com Am close to where I get the dash released. The problem area may be attached to an arched metal bracket to the left of the seat where airbag container is located. The defroster duct obscures most of area.
    Anything you or anyone else reading this can help me with would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
    John
  7. Palerider0331
    04-14-2016 03:33 PM - permalink
    Palerider0331
    Good afternoon Sir, I really apologize for bothering you, I'm just in serious need of some help. I have an 03 mountaineer, which I think is pretty similar to the explorer. Its my wifes vehicle and the steering extremely hard to turn, almost no power at all to the steering. I have no idea how to replace the pump or if that's even the problem. I don't have the extra money to take it to a shop at the moment and I'm pretty mechanically inclined I just don't know this vehicle. If you could please send a diagram or anything at all I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you for your time......Wayne Andrews....palerider0331@gmail.com
  8. joe.b
    03-01-2016 12:03 PM - permalink
    joe.b
    I can not PM at this point on the forum, but would it would be great if you sent me the pages of the service manual. My e-mail is junkandspunk@0ptimum.net
  9. m-boss
    02-05-2016 11:24 AM - permalink
    m-boss
    Hi!
    I've bought my first car. Could you send me wiring diagram(s) from factory service manual of Ford Explorer 2003? Or,may be, full factory service manual
    my e-mail: m-boss@yandex.ru

    Best regards, Michael
  10. Corinos
    12-12-2015 09:54 AM - permalink
    Corinos
    All it lets me do is reply on this Visitor Messages board. Thanks so much for your help, but I don't think I need those anymore (Though I'll probably ask again in the future!) I just pulled out both front and rear pump relays, polished up the contacts and swapped them and BAM, front no back. One of the relays is shot, so I'll just get another on. I never would have thought of that though, so thanks again!

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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
    0 - 24,999
    Miles per year
    1,000 - 4,999
    Country of Residence
    US
    Gender
    Male

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