All u have to do is open glove box on passenger side and two plastic knobs need to be turned 180 degrees and fuse panel pulls.down if its still there a fuse sheet should be in same spot tell u which is which
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Straight up from the hood release is the "low power" fuse box. A latch cover hides/protect the fuses.
There's also a "high power" fuse box behind the battery, also with a latch cover to protect it. These fuses are of a much higher rating/amperage than the "low power" fuses.
You might need to get an owners manual as it spells out what each fuse does in detail.
On your 1997 Ford Explorer, in the power distribution box in the engine compartment, in location # 4 there is a 30 amp maxi-fuse for the power windows, power moonroof, and power seat. DISCONNECT YOUR NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE - PD BOX IS 'LIVE" also in the fuse panel on the end of the dash, visible with driver's door open there is a 7.5 amp fuse in location # 12 for the power window relay, washer pump relay.