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List of TSBs

Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by masospaghetti, July 20, 2019.

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  1. masospaghetti

    masospaghetti Elite Explorer

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    Is there a source of all relevant TSBs? Today, my accelerator pedal fell off when the rivets sheared (see alldata help - accelerator pedal bracket).

    Luckily, I was in the right lane and was able to pull over quickly, but this could have been a big hassle (if it was on a road trip) or deadly (if this happened when pulling out into traffic).

    Made me think I should be a bit more proactive about known flaws...
     
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  3. boominXplorer

    boominXplorer Elite Ranger Elite Explorer

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    Happened to my old 95. This is when you realize you either have a lead foot or the explorer just isn't fast enough lol. You could zip screw it temporarily but I'd nut and bolt it.
     
  4. koda2000

    koda2000 Explorer Addict

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    IIRC you used to be able to view all TSB's for your vehicle from Ford's ETIS site. You'll need your VIN number.
     
  5. swshawaii

    swshawaii Elite Explorer

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  6. 1998Exp

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    ETIS used to be great; even showed the complete build sheet. But seems it's no longer available; at least not easily. Due to some changes in the EU law, they now require an elaborate registration process with a ton of details about one's automotive business. Interesting to find out if someone managed to jump through these hoops.
     
  7. koda2000

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    Oh, that's too bad. There used to be lots of good info there.
     

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