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Where is the factory amp in a 1997 ford explorer

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All the way in the back behind the right rear trim panel. you must have the jbl system.

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Where is amplifier plug location 2001 explorer

In the rear of your explorer, remove the right rear factory speaker. Look up in the hole exposed. That is where your factory amplifier lives. Whether you are trying to test, bypass, replace, or tap into the factory amp for an upgrade, all the wires are above the factory speaker hole. If you are doing a complex integration, it is fairly simple to remove the plastic panel that covers the entire area. How To Bypass Factory Explorer amp

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Need help with installing aftermarket amp and subwoofer

not sure how large amp is but need to find an out of the way place to locate. then figure where you want the speakers located.on the larger amps the amount of power will destroy factory speakers. If you put the amp in the back locate the factory speakers[ left and right channel] that are
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and connect input wires to the exisitng speakers .now you have input to the amp and factory speakers are safe. install new speakers from the output side of amp and you have done the hard part,... now you need to have power to the amp and depending on how much you need ,it may have to come from the battery. 2 things very important because direct power from battery can cause electric shorts ,you must have some type of in line fuse to protect the system
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Which is the power window fuse on a 1997 ford explorer

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also in the fuse panel on the end of the dash, visible with driver's
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Wiring a ford explorer sport for a trailer

I can only assume your not the orignal owner/purchaser of this '99 Explorer, so im gonna say no if it doesnt have a factory trailer hitch and towing package. did you have an after market hitch installed on this truck? if not, please dont tell me you plan to use the "cheesy" factory drilled hole in the rear bumper (near/below the license plate area)? BAD IDEA if thats the case, the bumper brackets cant handle much of a load at all, bad idea for them to even put that stupid hole there to begin with. Also, if you see there isnt a "factory" harness, you can go to your local auto parts store and pick 1 up designed specifically for that vehicle within a range of model years sharing that same platform, eg. 1997-2001 model years may all use the same harness set. let me know how it turns out and if this even helped you in any way. Good luck.

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