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I need to know where the primary source power is for my 2003 ford explorer turn signals. The 7.5 fuse is good and the wires have no power.

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Look in your owner manual for fuses that operate the turn signals. There is a fuse box under the hooh and one inside the truck under the dash. If you don't have manual, go to Motorcraft.com, por center, tech info, owner manual.

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