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i just realized this should be moved to the "Body Work & Detailing" Section, oops.
regarding this, fender support replacement, i've done some more research and it appears to me that replacing both the core support and the pass side inner fender might make the alignment difficult, ontop of the...
I'm just trying to figure out if these decals are anything special, if anyone could identify it
The car is canadian, it has a sticker that says meyers holland nanaimo (where i live) on the back and these nice decals
yeah i see them now, my internet must've taken a crap
but since you're here
what is this called? i call it an inner fender but i might be wrong
and how does one go about replacing that?, i can get a donor car and stuff but are the spot welds accessible? has anyone else done it with detailed
so, what do you call those exactly, the part where the headlights mount to and the part where the fender mounts to, and are those replaceable? i mean, im sure there's some spot welds that you gotta drill out or whatever.
i got a new alternator and everything seems to be working fine (ish)
i'll be off for a little while until my friend gets me some new brake pads
also, my friend can resurface my rotors, and he was wondering what the tolerances are for them
i have my haynes manual here with the wiring diagrams and, the 1994 explorer diagram looks to be the same but with some extra stuff here and there, and it has 2 fuse links instead of one, but also, there is absolutely no fuse link anywere on this line from the alternator to the starter solenoid...
uhhhh, im somewhat confused,
so i took pictures! :)
yeah so uh i unhooked everything, and idk where this thing is, where the electrical tape is though is where we tried to open it and see if there was something there?? but there wasn't so i just don't know :(
that's just an imgur...
so, since i needed a floor jack and some jack stands to change my tires (rear ones are bald, and i bought 4 tires from the same guy i bought the truck from for 400 cad$, 31's)
and the guy that was going to get a friend of his to borrow him the jack and the stands asked me:
"Hey uh, how about we...
also on the push plug mounts...
ahhh~ i'll figure those out after im done with these gauges
*edit* also i realize in my other post it's unclear where i say
"the panel where the hood release is" (im just going to edit that and use pictures tbh)
but this is what i meant:
yee i figured that people must be out working or doing other things, it's whatever, and yeah i came to the conclusion that it's most likely the fuel sending unit after doing some more digging and bypassing the slosh module (which yielded the same result as before).
and now i'm going to use all...
update: i managed to get the cluster out, (without anyones help) and since im so nice im going to post what i did:
so, if you're stuck like me you're at the step where you disconnected the speedo cable and still nothing
make sure the cable isn't clipped to the body anywhere (mine was) and unclip...
thank you for replying and yes, i did remove the speedo cable from the transfer case using this guide How to: Remove 1991-1994 Dash with lots of pics
but i can't seem to feed it past the firewall? something is stopping me, i released the cable from a clip that was riveted to the body, but...
so from what i've gathered it could be the fuel sending unit or it could be something in the dash right? so i go to try to take the dash apart to take the cluster out and i unbolt the P R N D indicator and when i try to pull the cluster out to remove the plugs and cables, it just won't come...
so i just bought my very first vehicle, and it's a 91 explorer right, but neither the temp nor the fuel gauge work, when you turn the key however, the needles on the gauges do move a liiiiittle bit down, but not alot
everything else electrical works fine