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I have a xlt 2003 explorer v8 4.6 with a warning light indicator which i understand is a emmisions error. i have had this repaired before and the mechanic indicated it was just a fuse. Question is where is this fuse located? so i can change it. May possible have to replace the sensor which may be blowing the fuse but not sure

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Take your Explorer to a local auto parts store. They or most will read the computer codes for free. They will give you advise to repair the problem and what parts and or fuses it may need to fix it. Then you will know how yourself. Hope this helps Fix Ya up.

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