Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
Fuse 13 is the Brake Pedal Position switch and Brake Pressure Switch. These switches activate brake lights and queue the vehicle to know when it's safe to crank the motor. If you can find no damaged wires to these switches, I would recommend you replace them one at a time with a "loaner" replacement part or a junkyard replacement (they can ship it to you cheap) and see if it's a problem that's "internal" to one of those switches.
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Posted on Aug 07, 2010
I'm sure an auto electrician will solve this problem for you,are you sure that you are using the right size fuse ,if not that could be your problem or it could be a bare wire touching something ,check these things first,if you can't find the problem take it to the auto electrician......hope this helps.....cheers
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