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The motor craft Number is FA-1658. It is the same as the 4.0 and 5.0 liter engines for the 2000 explorers. The K&N filter number is 33-2106. If you tell K&N that it is for a 2001 they will?...

I just installed a new window regulator on front drivers side of my 2001 Explorer sport trac. It worked for two days and now about 1/2 way up glass tilts forward and window will not move. ANY SUGGESTI...

I have a 2001 explorer sport trac. i am shopping for a computer chip to improve mpg and performance. Leaning toward a G-Force chip. Anybody using any upgraded chips that can offer advice/...

Some 2001 explorer sport trac vehicles may exhibit a fuel door rubbing the fender opening near the hinge position or the fuel door tab not fitting into the housing slot. This may be due to insufficien...

Your review of the 2007 Sport Trac ("Full Test: 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac") lacks real world perspective. In the review, the caption under the photo showing the tonneau cover tie downs, ...

Explorer Sport Trac 70.1 inches...

I recently purchased a 2001 Explorer Sport Trac. Yesterday I had the tires inspected and found that my 15" AT's are not part of the recall....

Extra 0w-30 which I will use for my 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac for a much longer OCI up to a year or about 9000 mi. This is a HD engine oil designed for fleet/commercial use and only available fro...

I heard that Ford is going to be coming out with the 2001 Explorer Sport Trac. Basically, it's an Explorer with a P/U bed. My guess is that they can charge more for it if it has the Explorer badge o...

son drives a 97 Ford Ranger and my wife a 2001 Explorer Sport Trac. My youngest son says he's wants a F-150 next year (1988 Toyota is his). If you want something with a little more pep, the SVT Light...
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