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Can't find fuse box on 2004 ford explorer.....

I've got power but no ignition....think son may have blown fuse while jumping battery

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It would either be under dash or on side of kick panel, or behind or under glove box. Also under hood in black box on firewall.

If you find the fuse and it is good, than I would check the fusible link that runs off battery and heads to ignition system. The little black fuse inside fusible link can blow while jumping or connecting battery cables backwards.

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