Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Check your fuse, it will be listed in your owners manual. I have seen the wires break where they go through the fender firewall to the drivers door. It is encased in a rubber boot. Test with ohms meter that you have power coming to the main switch on drivers door first. If no power and fuse is good, cut a slice length wise in the boot too verify wires are not broke. Probably a fuse though. Good Luck, Jerrod
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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