1996 Ford Explorer Won't Turn Over?

Answer To diagnose a starting system issue on your 1996 Ford Explorer, you will need a few basic tools and an assistant for a couple of steps. Follow standard safety practices for dealing with electricity.

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How to Remove the PCM in a 1996 Ford Explorer?

The power train control module, or PCM, is an essential part of the engine control system on the 1996 Ford Explorer. The PCM is located under the hood near the blower motor on the passenger side of... Read More »

How to Recharge the AC on a 1996 Ford Explorer?

When your Ford Explorer's refrigerant levels begin to drop off over time, the air conditioning will no longer produce adequately cold air. This condition will gradually continue to worsen as more a... Read More »

1996 Ford Explorer V-8 Specifications?

The Explorer is Ford's midsize SUV model and was meant to compete against other midsize SUVs, such as the Chevy Blazer, Toyota 4Runner and Nissan Pathfinder. The V-8 engine was a new feature for th... Read More »

How to Replace Shocks on a 1996 Ford Explorer?

The 1996 Ford Explorer relies on shock absorbers to keep the tires in contact with the road surface no matter what. Potholes, speed bumps, road debris and other things prevent the tires from mainta... Read More »