How to Replace Shocks in a 1995 Ford Explorer?

Answer The 1995 Ford Explorer uses gas-filled hydraulic shocks on all four wheels. Good shocks help improve the Explorer's stability by limiting the oscillation, or rebound of the springs. When you go ove... Read More »

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How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Ford Explorer?

When you maintain the suspension system on your SUV, it not only makes the ride more comfortable, but it also helps keep riders safe. Replace the shocks on your Ford Explorer after 60,000 miles und... 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 »

How to Replace the Hatch on a 1995 Ford Explorer?

If the rear hatch on your Ford Explorer is damaged or in need of replacement, you can get a replacement from the dealer or a body shop, or find a used hatch at a salvage yard. Changing the hatch is... Read More »

How to Replace the Dash Lights on a 1995 Ford Explorer?

The dash lights on your 1995 Ford Explorer are on the rear of the instrument panel. Reaching the instrument panel requires removing the dashboard trim on the left-hand side of the Explorer's passen... Read More »