Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
Early production: In central junction box (CJB), check 20A FUSE 3, the 6A circuit breaker, and 5A FUSE 4.
Late production: In CJB, check 20A FUSE 3, the 6A circuit breaker, and 5A FUSE 28.
Posted on Jun 10, 2017
All Ford owners manuals have good fuse diagrams in the emergency section near the back of the manual. Your manual is here: https://owner.ford.com/tools/account/how-tos/owner-manuals-search-results.html?year=2002&make=Ford&model=Explorer₪tVehicle=true
Posted on Jun 10, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I agree jrk. pull your filter first and blow back through it. See if you see any sediment/dirt, etc. I should have thought of that first. Sort of makes sense if you left it over night and it fired well and ran. Perhaps as you were driving some dirt and such has clogged the filter. There will be some pressure release once the car sits for a while despite it always having pressure. Need one of those sissors style fuel release tools. Take a towel and be careful, there will be gas. If no avail, chances are jrk is right with the pump.
Posted on May 03, 2009
if the third brake light works you will probably need a brake on off switch. the fuse panels on that truck are under the dash near the steering column and under the hood in the power distribution box. both of these panels are identified in the owners manuel.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
SOURCE: ford explorer eec relay
Try a new relay first. This may not be good news if that does not work. If you can find the EEC (computer) and unplug it, then replace the fuse-if it blows you have another cheaper part on the circuit thats bad.
If the fuse does not blow, then the EEC must be shorted.
If you have to replace the EEC you may find a kindly dealer with a cash-for-clunker sitting there to violate. Salvage yards have them, Ebay sells them. I have seen them at swap meets for $20. They are a high price part even rebuilt at Dealers or autoparts stores.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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