I CHECKED ALL FUSES IN THE FUSE BOX, I WANT KNOW IF THERE IS A FUSE BEHIND THE PLAYER, AND I WENT TO MOVE ANTENNA AND IT TOUCHED SOME BARE METAL AND SPARKED
I NEVER HEARD ANTENNA BEING HOT, I HOPE I DID BURN THE PLAYER UP, THATS WHY I NEED A MANUAL AND WIRING MANUAL FOR A PIONEER DEH-245 HIGH POWER 35W X 4 UNIT
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Your flasher may have went bad. It usualy is round and silver. Or your fuse /relay is bad.check under hood on top of fender for a black box with fuses and relays in it . Look for turn signal or flasher fuse/relay on underside of box lid. Or look in the owners manual. Should also be fuses inside on drivrrs side undrr dash or passenger side behind glove box.
The fuses for the seat are shared with other features on the car such as power antenna. Has any other power feature gone off as well?
Check the runners the seat slides in. There might be something trapped in there blocking the running action.
There are two fuse boxes. One under the hood in the rear drivers side corner, under a black plastic cover. The other is inside the car, inside the end panel of the dash. (With the door open).
Check fuses 1 and 18 as they cover the power seat functions. https://autobonches.com/amp/fuse-box/2003-ford-explorer-fuse-box-diagram/
Hi Anonymous, traditionaly it was the accessory fuse, 1992 and later Touring Models, fuel pump fuses and relays will be behind the right side panel, starter and ignition relays will be under the seat behind the battery, everything else will be behind the left side panel to access fuses pull back on the front two locking tabs and slide the cover up. Good luck and have nice day.
Did you also check the system fuses? The fuse box is located behind the left side crankcase cover above the coolant reservior.
The 15 amp Signal fuse protects the coolant temperature light, the turn signal indicator light, the neutral indicator light, the oil pressure light, horn, brake/taillight, postition light and turn signal light. Basically, if this fuse is blown, your cluster will be inop.
Time to do a wiggle test of the fuse box wiring. The circuits mentioned are not directly connected , but may travel through common wiring plugs. Try the fuse box fuses again (there may be more than 1 fusebox) Interior light / Radio / Antenna / Clock may be on a battery circuit but not connected to the Fog light not the turn signals other than a connecctor plug or simular.
I know this is an old thread, but my 2006 325i Nav screen went bank also, but the radio still played. I noticed the glove box light and trunk light did not turn on also. I was told from mechanics is was probably a CID module for $2200, even though I mentioned the glove box and trunk light light were out and specifically inquired about a fuse. The mechanics never checked the fuses, because I checked my fuses in the glove box and found the fuse 61 marked with a BMW symbol that looks like light bulb was blown. The Nav screen started back up once the fuse was changed.