Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
It's really pretty easy. Locate the fuse panel. Now, look at the inside lid. What fuse does what is listed (usually) on the inside lid, or on the fuse panel, next to the fuses. Again usually, in about the middle of the panel, there is a fuse puller. It will look like a wide but short pair of tongs, and is usually black, and is recessed into the fuse panel. Use this tool to remove and re-install the fuses that you desire to check. When viewing most fuses from the side, a good fuse will have an "S" (on it's side) shaped element running through it from one terminal to the other. A blown, or bad, fuse will have a part of the "S" missing. Most fuse blocks have spare fuses in them, and are marked as spares. If the fuse that you are seeking is bad, replace it with one of the spares. They are color coded according to their electrical rating and marked as well. Replace the bad fuse with one of the same kind and color.
Best regards, --W/D--
Posted on Oct 20, 2011
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