Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
ON THE 1998 FORD EXPLORE IF THE PLUG IS NOT ALL THE WAY IN THE CLUSTER YOUR GAUGES WILL NOT WORK SO ANYBODY WHO HAS THAT PROBLEM CHECK YOUR GAUGES AND YOU WILL SEE GOOD LUCK TO ALL
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes 1 more thing is here for you that can be don by you for activating you car on road,
1.check you battery have a suficiant voltages,
2.check your spark ignition kit,
Posted on May 17, 2008
The blower motor is located under the hood on the passengers side next to the hood hinge on the firewall. But, check your blower motor resistor first. The resistor is usually the trouble maker. It is located next to the blower motor. It should have 2 screws holding it onto the heater housing. Also an electrical connector. I sincerely hope that this will get it working again. Best wishes to ya.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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