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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely the seals on either the pump or the rack and pinion. Could be a leaking hose between the two. Might be a loose or leaking hose connection at the pump or at the rack and pinion. If you lose the fluid in a short period of time it shouldn't be to hard to find the leak, and you are also smelling it burn when it hits the the exhaust pipes. Refill the system and with the engine running have someone turn the steering wheel back and forth while you look at the pump, lines, and at each end of the rack and pinion. you WILL find the leak.
Posted on Dec 22, 2012
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The power lock fuse on your explorer is fuse #18 25 amp located in the central junction box. The central junction box is located on the driver's side end of the instrument panel. Open the driver side door and there should be a access panel. Fuse # 18 is in the second row from the left and the fifth one down. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 04, 2011
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