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I have a 2001 Sport Trac. Where can I find the AUX RELAY BOX 3 so I can replace my door lock relay. Thank You. Dennis

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SOURCE: Need aux relay Box location in 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac for the door lock relay I think its called # 3 aux or # 4 Aux anyone know where it is located?

I could only find auxiliary relay box 2 and had to guess whether your Explorer is early or late production and has keyless entry or power door locks. If you have the central junction box located, trace the BLU/WHT wire to the rear until you find the other end connected to the relay box.

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I could only find auxiliary relay box 2 and had to guess whether your Explorer is early or late production and has keyless entry or power door locks. If you have the central junction box located, trace the BLU/WHT wire to the rear until you find the other end connected to the relay box.

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