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Rear seat wont tumble forward
Make absolutely sure there isn't anything, ANYTHING, in the seat or on the floor under the seat, or anywhere that will trigger the safety sensor. I had an empty bag trigger the sensor that disallows the tumbling action.
Ford Flex Cars &...
10 hours ago
Where is the fuse box that houses the fuses for power windows located and what # is the slot it is in? For my 2000 ford EXPEDITION xlt
Go to ford fleet owners manual.com and download the full version of the owners manual then go to roadside emergencies and your fuse box diagrams and fuse values are there and the relays location also check that the master window switch is not corroded at the connector clean it of oxidation from the contacts and ensure that it fits tight on the switch any blue/greenish stuff must be removed and made shiny all the power goes through there first for the other windows and the relay if you clean it and it still doesn't work the contacts inside the actual switch need to be cleaned or change the switch
Ford Cars &...
18 hours ago
Which wire is my hot wire coming from my fuel pump relay to my actual fuel pump on my 1991 Ford aerostat van
You are so close to the answer already. If you already know where the fuel pump relay is. Unplug the connector from the relay and look at the pins. There are four pins. The two small pins are for triggering the relay (On/Off or Open/Closed). The two large pins are for the fuel pump. When the circuit is closed. The two small pins are energizing the relay, closing the circuit so the voltage can travel through the two large pins and to the fuel pump. Do you have a test light? This is an inexpensive tool that is very useful will higher voltage circuits. With a test light you can quickly identify which large pin is 12 volts from fuse and then you will know the other is to the pump. Any question please write back.
Ford Cars &...
BA Falcon 'door open' light is on, can't lock
Hi I have the same problem on my BA XT Falcon
Strangely it only happens after it's rained on my car (usually overnight) I then notice that the drivers lock is up and will not lock again until a nice sunny day comes and I leave all doors wide open for hours and hours!! Then all of a sudden once closing all doors normally the little dash door light turns off, and I can again lock the doors
Since it rained all last night here, guess what? It happened again!
So I've checked everywhere and cleaned and you name it, but nothing, I'm positive that when a warm sunny day comes again though, all will be ok.
Most annoying issue ever.
Where is this tiny bit of water that's causing this?
And which door?? Can I just disconnect one door at a time? I don't know it's driving me crazy!!!!
2005 Ford Futura
2 days ago
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