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2002 Ford Explorer Brake Light Fuse Location
im really stumped on this one. also, if my brake lights light up, but my tail lights dont, would it be worth it to change out the bulbs too!? Mark helpful 20 Report James answered 4 months ago I've checked all the fuses they are good replace the switch it's and it still I have no dash lights no tail If ok check the violate wire with a white stripe for 12 volts at the fuse box with the headlights on. http://myfreepsd.com/ford-explorer/2002-ford-explorer-horn-fuse-location.html
The theft, o/d on/off and turn signal indicator lights still work on the dash but nothing else. any ideas thanks dave, Forum Notices (Not shown to 'Premium Members') THANKS: Thank you to everyone who helped with the Banner Across North America. On the way to work I get pulled over, no tail-lights. Question about 1998-1999 Pontiac Bonneville SSE SSEi Fog Light Pair 1 Answer 98 bonneville ssei...
2002 Ford Explorer Brake Light Fuse Location
Yes electrical can get expensive very fast, most shops charge straight time on electrical cause there is no flat rate on tracing down circuit problems. Click HERE. Find More Posts by feellnfroggy 01-09-2011, 09:51 PM #6 daveguy Junior Member Join Date: Nov 2010 Location: chilliwack bc canada Posts: 51 Vehicle Year: 1994 Vehicle Make: mazda b4000 Your support is greatly appreciated.
but my rear taillight wont come on. I would suspect this relay is bad, You cannot replace the relay you have to replace the fuse box. Ford Master tech. 43460220 Type Your Ford Question Here... 2005 Ford Escape Tail Light Fuse You wasted that $13 -no luck, the tail lights still wont work, and the ABS is light is still on.
dash lights tail lights do not work. can anyone help me with this problem? If they CUT the harness to splice it in then it could have come apart. Mark helpful 20 Report James answered 4 months ago Checked all the fuses replace the bulbs and the switch still have headlights dome light and brake lights Mark helpful 76,615 Report
Any suggestions are great... 2010 Ford Explorer XLT 4WD - Maintenance & Repair 2004 explorer sport trac rear park lights dont work. My Dash Lights And Tail Lights Are Out Give year make and model. 1 out of 1 people think this is helpful. World Of Web 60,298 views 2:39 2004 F150 Brake Lights not working Repair Easy - Duration: 4:59. Fuses fine. 40 Report Follow Asked by Jenna Jun 13, 2014 at 12:02 AM about the 2000 Ford Explorer XL 4WD Question type: Maintenance & Repair So I just bought a
2002 Ford Explorer Tail Light Fuse Location
Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List iTrader Go to Page... Password Register Arcade FAQ Community Calendar Need Urgent Help Fast! 2002 Ford Explorer Brake Light Fuse Location Front blinkers work but flash very rapidly. Ford Explorer Dash Lights Not Working There may be a parking lamp relay in the fuse box, under the hood, slot #13, but ONLY IF you have remote keyless entry.
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For posting questions when you're in the middle of working on something and have to have an answer right now. all my lights work except the tail lights….even the tow harness has power. the brown one! this content Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading...
This is the signal wire to the relay to turn the relay on. Ford Explorer Dash Lights Out Expand Popular Products 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4,687 Questions 2000 Ford Focus 4,027 Questions 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3,561 Questions 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3,455 Questions 1992 Honda Accord 3,108 Questions My problem was that my lower two not work sometimes, but my third brake would always work fine.
thanks guys, you guysv are the S http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=350365 LONO100, September 15, 2011 #12 MidnightRebel07 Elite Explorer Joined: March 6, 2010 Messages: 5,511 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 56 City, State:
Steve is online now Ford Escape: I am having an issues with my rear running lights. Sign in to make your opinion count. If they CUT the harness to splice it in then it could have come apart. 2002 Ford Explorer Dash Light Fuse Location I will exercise the suggestions.
Sign in to make your opinion count. If you replaced the headlamp switch and got your dash lamps back then your relay must be good. Any ideas what might be wrong? have a peek at these guys thanks guys for all the help.
This connector is installed so you can disconnect it and remove the bed without affecting the bumper and the license plate lights. So if a shops hourly rate is 60 bucks an hour and it took the tech 2 hours to find and fix it then you get charged 120 bucks labor plus This example is on a Ford Econoline but should be the same for any car. I am having this exact problem right now.
The flashed on the dash was flashing rapidly so I assumed bulb. Still no good. Up next No Brake Lights? Mark helpful 76,615 Report tennisshoes answered 2 years ago Dash light and tail lights are a separate circuits but use the headlight switch as a common contact point.
Have you checked the main fuses under the hood in the power distribution box? LOL! Chevy trucks are known to get corrosion in the lights and that causes similar issues to what you are having. Since 1996 we have been the #1 Ford Explorer resource on the Internet.
We also cover the Explorer Sport Trac, Mercury Mountaineer, Lincoln Navigator, Mazda Navajo, Mazda Pickups, and the Aerostar. I checked all fuses and relays, all check is good. then trace the wires from the license lights back to the harness plug and wiggle it and see what happens BRUTUS_T_HOG View Public Profile Send a private message to BRUTUS_T_HOG Discussion in '2001-2005 Explorer Sport Trac' started by LONO100, September 15, 2011.
This is ground from the headlight switch. eclipse2001gt View Public Profile Send a private message to eclipse2001gt Find More Posts by eclipse2001gt 01-09-2011, 10:12 AM #4 Earl43P Premium Member Join Date: Aug 2007 Location: E-City, NC I wonder if the tail lights and brake lights are the same fuse.