Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
Ok I had several people say it might be in the headlight switch or the dimmer. It isn't as I switched them out. I have checked all fuses visually and with test light, and earlier I asked for the skematic of the fuse panel. I have since got that and I have no fuse issues. I also checked out the fuses under the hood. I guess it could be a fusible link as I have no idea. Oh the horn doesn't work I noticed if this is a help. I am pretty mechanical so if your guessing hold off, but if your the true Ford mechanic Guru not in your own mind. I wanna hear from you. Thanks in advance
Check the braided non coated flat wire going from the engine to the near drivers side center of the firewall.Make sure the connections are clear of rust and are secure.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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