Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
Check the FLASHER, also can review the Fuses, located inside the passenger compartment, under the drivers-side of the instrument panel.
Both the turn signal flasher and the hazard warning flasher are mounted on the fuse panel on the truck. To gain access to the fuse panel, remove the cover from the lower edge of the instrument panel below the steering column. First remove the two fasteners from the lower edge of the cover. Then pull the cover downward until the spring clips disengage from the instrument panel.
The turn signal flasher unit is mounted on the front of the fuse panel, and the hazard warning flasher is mounted on the rear of the fuse panel.
To access the fuses, remove the fuse panel cover. Note the spare fuses (A) and provided fuse puller tool
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
Power Distribution Box
Located under the hood, in the engine compartment. It houses the fuses and relays for most of the under hood components which are not controlled by a dash mounted switch (such as the alternator, fuel pump, ECM, etc.). The fuses and relays are replaced in the same manner as the fuse panel inside the vehicle. The power distribution box cover is hinged on one end and utilizes a retaining latch on the other. Simply release the latch and lift the cover up to gain access to the fuses and relays.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like you need a combo flasher assembly..located in fuse block inside vehicle under steering column..there may be a plastic cover under dash you have to remove to see fuse block..large black relay that plugs into fuse block..if you pick up a new one,you will see what it looks like..available at dodge dealer..combo flasher or drl/signal relay
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
There is a conector box on the left side of your steering wheel on the colum loosen it and check your wires I bet when you just loosen the block they will start working,I hope this helps you
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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