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I have a 1992 Explorer 4 dr. 4X4, 4.0, 5 speed manual. The problem I have is I cannot get volume from the radio. I have checked all fuses under dash and engine compartment but to no avail. I have not checked the fuses behind the driver kick panel. One possibly related thing is the cruise control is inoperative. Any ideas? Sam

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My 92 ford explorer is not blowing any air at all. And i can't hear the fan motor running. Please help so i can fix it quickly


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