2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram




2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

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    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

    Quote message in reply? When one wheel hits a bump and goes up, the other normally is pushed down as you are pivoting on teh spring. With the IRS the differential is mounted solid to the vehicle versus the solid floating axle. It's worth a thousand words.

    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

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    Like the site so far? Explain the major differences between it and the older style. Find all posts by wickware. Maybe and understanding of what you wish to do with the information would help. I'm sure there are several differences engineered in that most of us will not be aware of. The housing on the new differential is aluminum I believe versus steel in the solid axle. With the IRS the differential is mounted solid to the vehicle versus the solid floating axle.

    And I assume you understand the difference in how an IRS behaves over bumps and terrain changes versus a solid rear axle. No doubt there are others on this forum that can correct me where I'm wrong and add details, but knowing what your end game is would help cut to the chase. Find all posts by shorod. When one wheel hits a bump and goes up, the other normally is pushed down as you are pivoting on teh spring.

    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

    If one wheel hits a bump, it goes up and dwon, independant of the other side. The non - bump side does not move. Gives a much smoother ride.

    Find all posts by steve ill. Thanks for the reply and concerns. I carry medium weight loads inside and towing off-road with 4 X 7 utility trailer related to firewood and handyman work mainly and miles on the highway. I have done these chores over 30 years with a solid axles and leaf springs. All the loads were handled well on and off-road with 2 Jeep Wagoneers and the last 15 yrs in a Explorer.

    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

    The thought of a split axle and CV Joints does not sound good. You really laid it out with the Text and Pics. Thanks to you, I need to rethink my old ways. My firewood, fishing and handyman work is becoming limited and IRS could be what my back needs. My other options were Dodge Durango and Jeep as durable competition vs liking them. The low mileage Certified Explorers should cover any IRS problems except averaging 3, a year I should sick to walking daily for exercise unless I get a 10 year deal.

    I thought the explorer was to be the crossover. In my opinion, when they crossed over to IRS they crossed-over. Thanks to all and I need to get busy with some decision. I'm not a big fan of the IRS in them.

    And they are a press in bearing. Find all posts by V8Ranger IRS rear end is basically the same setup as the front end of a new 4 x 4. They area getting away from the solid axles up front. Of coures nothing is forever. My has k miles. I replaced one front bearing and one rear ab atoub 80K miles. I replaced the front "units" on my F at k miles.

    2002 ford explorer rear suspension diagram

    They dont last forever, but i would harldy call them "weak" or "prone to failure". THe IRS rear end in the explorer does seem to have a "whine" or gear noise in some.

    That seems to be related to the solid mounting to the truck bottom , instead of floating on springs like the old syste. Our whine is not loud and not bothersom. Been that way over k miles. Sure is a pleasure to drive. I learned IRA is the correct acronym and my concern! Certified or some extended warranty package would be my bit of insurance with the new technology. I only do basic maintenance now vs my share of rebuilding engines and etc in the past. I did hit the pavement looking at used Jeeps for about 30 minutes this morning.

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