Question about Ford Explorer
Check the shifter wire.The wire coming out of the shifter shaft that powers the o/d rubs back n forth when the shifter is pulled. The dust boot at the base of the shifter holds the wire to the steering column.Check this wire.
I agree the fuses are good.But still remove all the fuses,Inspect them,then clean the fuses and reinsert them.Check fuses number 45,46,9,19.In most of the cases with this problems,this fuses blows out.---------To access the O/D wire.The OD wire at the shifter beneath the rubber boot.After removing the lower shroud under the steering column, you have to turn the ignition switch to on , then push in the retainer ball under the ignition housing to remove the ignition assembly. You have to do this to remove the upper shroud to access the chafed OD wire.--------------Check out this possibility.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
Look in the power distribution box under the bonnet ,their are some big 60+ amp fuses in their doubt if any blown but a dirty connection is a high probability
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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