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Question about 1999 Explorer

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...too high idle to high on 99 ford explorer 4.0 auto.hot or cold ckeck engine light on The throttle linkage may be sticking. May have a vacuum leak at the intake manifold or with the hose

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...IAC valve (needed new one) & throttle cable is low as it can go. Any suggestions? The throttle linkage may be sticking. May have a vacuum leak at the intake manifold or with the hose

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Started fine but will not accelerate from idle. verify the gas pedal cable is connected out at the throttle body,you will need to remove the plastic cover that covers the linkage on the throttle body

...linkage from the cruise servo to the throttle. and make sure the vacuum servor is connected to the vacuum line and check that the servo is not leaking vacuum. hope this helps thank you jm check under ...

...lock actuators There is an actuator in each door. To replace, remove interior door panel on door then unbolt actuator & dissasemble linkage that attaches to it & door lock cylinder

Question about 1995 Explorer

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1995 Explorer idles at about 12-15 RPM. Should or always has idled at 10. Is there any adjustment? normally idle adustment are controlled by the computer, i would look at the throttle linkages to make

Question about 2003 Explorer

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...linkage &/or door lock actuator. Pull interior door panel & lube up all rods, linkage & actuator with a good penetrating oil. Then watch linkage & actuator as you lock & unlock ...

...throttle is wide open check to see if the spring is broke at the throttle body follow the cables one is a fuel peddle the other is for cruse both cables is hooked to the linkage on the throttle ...

...linkage operating the throttle directly. Instead the throttle is operated electronically. There are sensors connected to the pedal as well as to the throttle body. Either one or both could be bad. I ...

Question about 1999 Explorer

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Unable to put into park bas cable, loose cable, loose lever on side of case, loose lever on steering column, bad sprag, stretched cable, maladjusted linkage and worn out cable & / or linkage.

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