And get a throttle body cleaning.
Remove the door panel, only a few screws and a few more holding trim around exit handle then, pull out"snap in" clips on bottom.
The driver side front body mount bushing on my is gone which has the grill sitting on the bumper.
With a flashlight you'll see back side of door handle. To get to that area you'll have to remove one bolt holding a window frame. Do that (with window in up position) then slide down rail, out of your way. Be prepared with a grinder or impact wrench in case the old bolts are hard to remove. Work one side at a time.
Lift the fan shroud up to remove from the lower mounting clips.
Remove all the nuts on one side. Use a bottle jack and a piece of wood (to spread the load) and jack up the body (not the frame) near the mount. Slip out. Description. Daystar KFBK Polyurethane Cab and Body Mounts for the Ford Explorer make for a great replacement to factory rubber body mounts. This kit will replace all OE bushings (sleeves and hardware not inclued). Polyurethane body mounts last longer; the durable build quality gives these bushings the potential to last up to 3 times as long as rubber factory bushmulching.bar: Daystar.
Ford Explorer Body Mount Kits. Vehicle Years. I discovered this when I went to remove a rusty bracket for the factory rocker guards/steps that come with the Z71 package. It is mounted using the body mount bolt and rubber bushing.I used half of one kit for the brackets and another. A body mount connects the frame to the body of a vehicle.
Found in both unibody and body-on-frame designs, body mounts have rubber bushings to reduce metal-on-metal contact and vibrations while you drive. Over time, these rubber bushings can wear down and start to fail.
Without these bushings, the vibrations from your vehicle can lead to damage.