Question about 1995 Ford Explorer
Just fixed my flashers today on my 95 explorer, All my lights worked but no turn signals or emer flashers. First make sure all lights are working. Next check the fuses on the left side of the dash, I believe # 10 & # 11, if all is good you can replace the flasher relay, which actually called a flasher unit, or just flasher, Note : that did'nt work for me, but it is located under the dash even with the stering column, it is a small yellow or green box, mine was attached by plastic clips, just twist back an forth till it comes off, now let it hang down , being carefull not to pull on the wires, and use a screw driver to disconnect the box, its not very easy, the New flasher unit will have 5 prongs and the old will probibly have 6 prongs, don't worry the small 6th one doesn't connect to anything anyway. just plug the new one in and put it back up under the dash. My Problem was simply the emer flasher button on top of the stering column it must have a loose connection, because all I did after all that was to lift it up with the key on and jiggle it then pushed it back down , I turned the turn signal on and nothing, then left the turn signal on and jiggled the emer flasher button again when it was down, and I had turn signals, no problem since, but remember to leave the button down!!
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
On the 96, it is under the dash, below the steering column next to the brake switch. Should be the same for 95
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Go to the fuse box and play with putting in out and then back in. If that does not work go to the light from the out side and go through it that way, Some time when they replace things they put way to much of the gunk stuff and it just keeps sliding out rather then staying in.
Most of your relay module would be placed under the hood. the hazard lamps are 21 fuse/cb/relay loc. and fuse amp rating is 15 amp
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
The problem is probably in the multifunction switch in the sterring column. Try spraying some wd40 into the sides of the push switch on top of the steering wheel, and push in and out a bunch of times. It may start working. It worked for me!
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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