1 was driving in the middle of morning storm using both rear and front wind shields, perfect, went out for lunch, and they work perfect, couple of hours later drive back home and the rear windshield was not working, no fluid came out and no noise or smoke or anything
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It is nearly impossible to drive a true four wheel drive on normal roads because the front wheels travel further than the rear wheels there is soon wind-up between the axles and one wheel must be jacked from the ground to release it so a little further can be driven.
It is for that reason such measures as an overrun clutch is used in the drive to the front or a viscous coupling to the rear, effectively making road cars into part-time 4 wheel drive vehicles. In the case of the former the front wheels will only drive noticeably when traction is lost to the rear. This makes it difficult to check whether there is drive to the front.
Raising the rear of the vehicle on level ground, using a wheeled trolley jack and then gently attempting to drive forward will soon prove whether there is drive to the front wheels.
If there really is no drive the fault is likely to lie within the transfer box or any electronic control system and more research will be needed.
Hi there: Check this on 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Audio Wiring Schematic:
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Light Green Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow/Black Car Radio Ground Wire: Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Light Blue/Red Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Stereo Power Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amp Turn-On Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Car Audio Front Tweeter Size: N/A Car Audio Front Tweeter Depth: N/A Car Audio Front Tweeter Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Orange/Light Green Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue/White Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Green/Orange Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): White/Light Green Car Audio Front Speakers Size: 6" x 8" Speakers Car Audio Front Speakers Depth: 2 1/2" Car Audio Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Gray/Light Blue Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Tan/Yellow Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Orange/Red Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Pink Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: 6" x 8" Speakers Car Audio Rear Speakers Depth: 3" Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: N/A Car Subwoofer Speaker Size: 8" Subwoofer Car Subwoofer Speaker Depth: 4" Car Subwoofer Speaker Location: N/A Car Subwoofer Speaker Positive Wire (+): N/A Car Subwoofer Speaker Negative Wire (-): N/A
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Just have one fuel filter. On the 2004 ford explorer the fuel filter is located under the vehicle
on the passenger side near the front of the gas tank, just behind the
There is a metal heat shield that must be removed
before you can access the filter. After removing the heat shield there
is a plastic protectant shield that must be removed, then you can get to
the fuel filter.
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Window Regulator, Front Door, Explorer
Removal WARNING: IF THE REGULATOR COUNTERBALANCE SPRING MUST BE REMOVED OR REPLACED FOR ANY REASON, MAKE SURE THAT THE REGULATOR ARMS ARE IN A FIXED POSITION PRIOR TO REMOVAL TO PREVENT POSSIBLE INJURY DURING C-SPRING UNWIND.
Remove front door trim panel and front door trim shield . Refer to Section 01-05B .
Remove inside door belt weatherstrip and glass stabilizer.
Remove front door window glass as described in this section.
Remove two nut and washer assemblies attaching the equalizer bracket.
Remove three rivets (manual) or four rivets (power) attaching the regulator base plate to front door trim panel finish panel (23712) .
Remove window regulator electric drive and front door window channel bracket from vehicle.
Working on a bench, carefully bend tab flat to remove arm slides from front door window channel bracket .
Install new window regulator electric drive arm plastic guides into front door window channel bracket and bend tab back to 90 degrees.
Use care not to break tab; if tab is cracked or broken, replace front door window channel bracket . Make sure rubber bumper is installed properly on new front door window channel bracket , if replacement is made.
Installation NOTE: The front door window channel bracket and window regulator electric drive are installed into the vehicle as one assembly. The front door window channel bracket may be disassembled from the window regulator electric drive as described in Steps 7 and 8 of Window Regulator, Removal.
Install front door trim panel finish panel with preassembled glass bracket into vehicle. Set the regulator base plate to window regulator electric drive using base plate locator tab as a guide.
Install three (manual) or four (power) rivets (385189-S100) to attach regulator to front door trim panel finish panel .
Two 1/4-20 x 1-inch bolts and two 1/4-20 nut and washer assemblies may be used as alternates for glass retention. However, torque must not exceed 4-7 Nm (3-5 ft-lb). Equivalent metric retainers may be used.
Install equalizer bracket.
Install inside door belt weatherstrip and glass stabilizer.
Lower regulator arms to access holes in front door trim panel finish panel . Install front door window glass as outlined.
Adjust glass to ensure proper alignment with glass run. Cycle glass for smooth operation.
Install front door trim panel and front door trim shield . Refer to Section 01-05B .
Is the timer located on your rear view mirror? if so then you may have accidentally pushed it too far, so that they turn off to quickly. If you have that type try pushing the little knob toward the middle, and that makes them stay on longer, and if you want them on longer still push it all the way to the right.
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check two things - in the engine compartment on the left hand side - behind the air box - there is the feed hose for the rear washer - they come loose for no apparent reason. if this is not it check #15 breaker in the engine electrical panel