Question about 2005 Ford Explorer
It is on the drivers side , behind the side cover on your dash panel
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The owners manual has a poor location description; right side of instrument panel. Instrument panel is what the majority of the world calls the dash. If you read the location description for the fuel inertia location in the owners manual, it has a better description, and the fuse panel and fuel inertia switch are next to each other.
On the new body style truck ( 04-08 MY ) it is located behind a trim panel on the passenger side kick panel. There is a finger groove towards the front on the panel, to open the trim panel like a door ( hinge is the A pillar ) Pull the panel in an arc towards the back of the truck to remove, and behind this is the primary fuse panel for the truck, behind a cover.
There is another smaller fuse panel on the driver's side fender under the hood. This is for the DRLs, 4X4 relays and the AC diode.
Posted on Sep 17, 2011
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