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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a port and it takes r123a and it has a green port on it but if it's leaked out you mave have to have it vachumed out, if you charge it be sure to get R134a with oil so that you don't burn up the pump, when the thing leaks it loses oil.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
Fuse/Relay Location*Fuse Amp Rating* Description
1 60A** PJB 2 30A** BSM 3 20A** Not used (Spare)
4 30A** Rear defrost 5 40A** ABS (pump)
6 60A** Delayed accessory circuit breaker
7 20A** Power point #2 8 — Not used 9 20A** Power point #1
10 30A** ABS module (valves) 11 40A** PTEC
12 50A** Ignition relay/Starter relay
13 40A** Trailer tow battery, Trailer tow turn signals
14 10A* Foglamps 15 15A* Memory (KAPWR)
16 15A* Headlamp switch 17 20A* 4x4 (v-batt 2)
18 20A* 4x4 (v-batt 1) 19 20A** High beam relay
20 30A** Electric brake 21 30A** Front wiper motor
22 20A** Autolamp; Low beam 23 30A** Ignition switch
24 20A* Rear Fog Lamps 25 – Not used
26 15A* Fuel pump 27 20A* Trailer tow lamps
28 20A* Horn relay 29 60A** PJB 30 20A** Rear wiper motor
31 — Not used 32 — Not used 33 30A** Auxiliary blower motor 34 30A** Power seats, Adjustable pedals
35 20A** Rear power point 36 40A** Blower motor
37 15A* A/C clutch relay/Transmission
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
1998 Ford Truck Explorer 4WD 4.0L EFI 6cyl
Check this... (click on the pic)
Fuse panel and power distribution box identification for 1995-99 Explorer/Mountaineer models-Part 1
Fuse panel and power distribution box identification for 1995-99 Explorer/Mountaineer models-Part 2
Fuse panel and power distribution box identification for 1995-99 Explorer/Mountaineer models-Part 3
Located inside the passenger compartment, under the drivers-side of the instrument panel.
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Posted on Sep 25, 2009
In the battery Junction Box check fuse # 6-60AMP will feed Central Junction Box (under driver side), the inline circuit breaker #47-30AMP, through the
Accessory Delay Relay, powered by fuse #17-15AMP to the Window Control
Circuit. Check the fuses, and for 12v at the points. Then check for 12v
at the driver side door switch pannel.
Also uou should check the plug into the main window button console in your drivers door. The little piece of plastic around the door handle pops out when pushed towards the front of the vehicle. This gives you access to the buttons and harnesses.
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Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Testimonial: "good but windows only opens when drivers door open"
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