Question about 2005 Ford Explorer
It sounds like you may have blown a fuse.This would be the first place I would start looking and its the simplest thing to fix.Check your owners manual for the fuse block location and it may tell you which one controls these items.Check the fuses one at a time and look for a burned out one. replace with the same sized fuse if you find it.good luck
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