how to rebuild ford explorer 5speed manual transmission 1994?

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Believe it or not, a bad radiator cap can cause that problem. Another thing you might want to check on. Once in a while a frost plug will develop a leak, especially in an older engine. There is a sensor, but I'm not sure just where it is. If you're sure the leak is on the passenger side, on ...

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Answered: 2003 Ford Explorer drives okay, but tries to stall or even dies when

seen related issues with your problem and best suggestion is to replace plug wires.you will be supprized in better millage and performance plus plugs if havent had them changed for a while.

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I'm not really great with cars. I'd take the ford to a professional mechanic.

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I cant understand what you have done? When you change transmission fluid you drop the transmission pan to drain and also change a small filter in there. Next you put on a new gasket and put the cover back. you refill back through transmission dipstick tube untill it reaches proper level (with engine ...

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O/D Off light flashing (Ford) Most likely cause..... In later years of this model production (aprox. 1995-2003) these vehicles were equipped with either a 4R44E transmission or (1999 and later) a 5R55E transmission. The former has a speed sensor located near the tailshaft housing that, when going ...