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Replacing Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor 2004 4.0

Discussion in 'Stock 2002 - 2005 Explorers' started by Slicer, October 15, 2011.

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      bye!
       
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      Message Bump... Any one have these pics??

       
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      Need to replace the Fuel Pressure Rail Sensor on my 2004 Ford Explorer 4.0
       
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      I'll see if I still have them on my home computer.
       
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      Yep, hardest part is getting to the rear two intake manifold bolts. But it's easily doable in an afternoon. That sensor went out on mine around 100K.
       
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      Is there a video on this?
       
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      I had pictures , diagrams and instructions posted on this thread, but because of a couple forumite smartazzes didn't like to hear an differing opinion on Ford and some it's products, I chose to no longer share them.

      Thank the resident forum idiots for that.

      It ain't hard to change sensor, google around. Some of the peeps here just pay Ford to fix their stuff.

      LOL :D
       

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