1995 Ford Explorer Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1995 Ford Explorer
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1995 Ford Explorer ProblemsHeater Stuck on Hottest Setting Due to Broken Heater Blend Door
A failed heater blend door or actuator can cause the temperature control for the HVAC system to stop working. A clicking sound from the dash area would commonly indicate an actuator fault. If the heater gets stuck on the hottest setting, the heater blend door may be broken requiring replacement of the heater box to repair the issue.
The composite (plastic) intake manifold may crack near the thermostat housing and cause a coolant leak. Ford released an updated manifold that was reinforced to prevent a recurrence. No recall was issued for this problem but Ford did extend the warranty to seven years on some models from the date of purchase.
The intake manifold O-ring gaskets commonly leak, causing stalling and poor idle quality; the Check Engine Light will illuminate.
1995 Ford Explorer QuestionsOk I Hope Someone Can Help Me Out I Have This 95 Explorer It Hasnt Given Me A Problem Yesterday It Wouldn't Turn On Charged The Battery It Wasn't That Is The Starter Is There Anything That Can Be Done To get It To work before replacing it ? (2 answers)
I just got a new battery and new battery cables so why am I no getting power to the engine
Truck acts like it's not getting enough gas. Fuel pressure guage says it's getting the minimum amnt. of pressure. It runs like it's on 4 cyls. Any ideas?
1995 Ford Explorer RecallsRecall 01X001000
Ford has recalled certain 1995-1997 Explorer and 1997 Mercury Mountaineer vehicles because the sway bar links could fracture. If one or both sway bar links fracture, vehicle stability is affected, which can cause handling issues. Dealers will replace both sway bar links with revised parts.
Ford has recalled Firestone Wilderness AT and Radial ATX tires installed on multiple lines of Ford trucks from 1991 to 2000. On some tires, under extreme conditions, the tread could separate, which can cause immediate tire failure. This may lead to a loss of vehicle control, injury, and death. Dealers replaced the affected tires.