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1994 Ford Explorer Consumer Discussions

I have ford explorer 1994 , it is shaking when i press on the fuel step , and the accelerator delays at the range of 25 ~ 40 mph gauge ... please help me in this case ......

My only thought is, if you have 223,000 on it, it has served you very well. Sounds like my first Explorer, 1994, and my best one. Went 150,000 miles with only one problem. Eventually the shift moto...

Does anyone know why the 2016 Explorer is not a 6th generation but just a redesigned 5th?...

^ 1997-2001 5.0L Explorer/Mountaineer...

I have a 1994 Ford Explorer Limited 4 wheel drive V6, auto...

I also own an Explorer, but am not incredibly enthusiasic about the build quality, especially since I had a 1994 with better....

My daughter just bought a 1994 explorer 4.0 automatic 4X4. Ran pretty well when she drove it and bought it but next day it died, wouldn't start. Primed it and it started and drove but was rough runnin...

currently have the same P235\75R\15's on my 2000 Explorer with 34,000+ miles. I travel an average of 100 miles a day to commute back and forth to work mostly US.Rt 95. I do the speed limit, pay atten...

My dad's 1994 Explorer Sport has 191k on the with no repairs since he bought it at 140k. He also has an '87 Aerostar, bought at 88k, went through 2 transmissions (pathetic Ford A4LD) until the body c...

trucks with gasoline engines, and 1998-2001 Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer SUVs, all of which were among the best-selling vehicles in the nation during those years....

scorpio- one question. how would you tow your truck out from the rear if it was buried in mud? no hitch. nah, i wouldn't want a nice towhook back there. man, even ford explorers have rear towhooks on ...
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