Re: 2000 Exployer Freeze/drain plug location...
On Fri, 09 Dec 2005 07:59:53 -0500, Hank <email@example.com> wrote:
>Thanks for any help in advance.
>My son has a 2000 Ford Explorer, XLS (60,000) 4.0 Push Rod OHV 4X4.
>I have the Haynes book (not so good) and a CDROM 2000 Fords Service
>Manuals also not so good.
>I need to know the locations of the block/freeze plugs. Preferably a
>picture of the engine block itself. He was told by a mechanic that
>one needed to be replaced. The mechanic did not say which one.
>It's so difficult to find this information. If anyone has had a small
>leak from one of these plugs please let me know which one and if
>anyone knows of where I can buy a book just on this engine.
>Thanks again Hank
I cant tell you all the details, but you can get a complete repair
manual for your car (or any car). They are not cheap though.
However, some of them are sold on ebay and other online auctions.
Maybe you can google something too. Search for "repair manual" +"2000
I just did this. There are over 800 hits.
Look at item # 8020739736 on Ebay. Its a CD.
The ad says this
Here is the factory Shop Manual for 2000 Ford
Econoline,Excursion,Expedition,Explorer,F150-F750, Ranger, Windstar,
Lincoln Navigator, Mercury Mountaineer, Villager on CD. This CD is
Fully Illustrated with easy search and find features. This CD does
have the EVTM. You can print off the repair guide
Buy it now $5.50 plus about $4 shipping.