Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
You nailed it, it is definetly a wiring and ground issue, I would start by removing the globe holder and checking for broken, losse corroded trerminals at this end, as this is the one that is more prone to exposure to the elements...you may have to replace a terminal or two to repair it. I would not be surprised if the plastic housing that has the terminal breaks as you try to take it off...but this is just a guess ??
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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