Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
Happened after going over a railroad track? Looked at fuses, but didn't see anything that looked wrong, really not sure?
I have a 2005 exployer and i had something similar happen to me. Try checking the wire bundle going from the driver side door to the frame. You are looking for the ground wire check for fraying or in my case it was completly severd. Cost to fix yourself $5 or $ 200-$300 if you take it in. I hope this helps
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