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Where id starter relay on 1999 ford explorer sport

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Follow the positive cable from the battery, it goes to your starter solenoid-a solenoid is a heavy-duty relay. On most earlier fords it is mounted on the fender, but newer ones have them attached piggy-back to the starter motor.

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