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Witch relay works the headlights on a 98 ford explorer

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There is only a headlamp relay for auto lights. If you do not have automatic lights then there isn't a relay for the headlights. If this is what you are looking for there is a "relay module" located under the dash almost in the middle. Below is a picture of the location of the relay module (the 1st picture). Keep in mind that the picture is showing you everything as if you were behind the dash looking from the front of the vehicle so the right side of the picture is the drivers side of the vehicle. I marked its location. Also in the next picture is the relay layout diagram and I have marked which relay is the headlamp relay. Hope this helps.....

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The headlamp switch will cause the lamps to turn off. The switch heats up and turns the headlamps off. It will cool down and work for about 10 minutes and cut out,

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Go to this web site and on left task bar pick owner guide.Input your vehicle information then pick owners manual. Go to page 193 and it will give you a pic of the interior fuse panel with the fuses numbered. On page 194,195, and top of 196 it will give you the fuse numbers and amp ratings. For the battery junction box under the hood it will start on page 197.

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YOU CAN TAKE VECHICLE TO GARAGE OR YOU CAN BUY THE HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL. IT WILL SHOW AND TELL YOU HOW TO ADJUST HEAD LIGHTS.

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