Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
1998 Ford Explorer. The automatic heat settings don't seem to work. It just blows hot air and never adjusts to the temperature it is set at. Also having issues with door locks and windows. Cannot unlock doors from driver's side power lock but can from the passenger door. Cannot roll windows down except from the driver's door. All fuses are good and the window lock is not activated.
You are deffently haveing some electrical issues. These usually result from bad ground. The fact you are experiencing so many at the same time make me want to ask the following question. How long have you owned this vehicle, and was it a swimmer (flood damaged)? If not, I believe I would start by checking under the hood on the drivers side where the relays are located. Start by making sure all wire connectors are tight. If so, then check the relays. You may want to pull them out, one at a time so you don't confuse where they go. Sometimes just taking them out and putting them back in is enough to make a better connection, some times that is, Try that for now I'll write more later when I have more time and I find out more info from you about your vehicle.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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