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I need to actually find inside fuse panel.Supposedly it is on left side under steering wheel or thereabouts.dont see it.maybe they forgot to install it haha.2007 ford explorer sport trac 8 cyl. automatic trans.

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Under the dash or on the side of the dash with door opened.
or side of kick panel.

keep me posted
thank you
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