In a 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment , on the drivers side of the engine compartment ( mini fuse # 29 is a 15 amp fuse for the fog lights )
That's the HOOD on your engine compartment
is that even a full question?
There should be a jack in the compartment behind the back seat.
In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side Location ( # 53 ) is the PCM diode on a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport
I was looking at the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Owner Guide and it does not show an air filter for the cabin / passenger compartment , so I would say ( No )
Yes any tail lights/head lights, pretty much everything but doors will fit on both ford explorer sports and 4dr explorers between the years 1998 and 2001
On a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac it's in the passenger side rear cab compartment behind the access door in the trim panel ( according to the Owner Guide )
It's located on the firewall inside the engine compartment, just below the the wipers. A bolt in the center of the conector holds the connector/harness into the computer.
On a 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment ( # 30 is a 20 amp mini fuse for the fuel pump )
On a 1999 Ford Explorer Sport ( and 4 door models ) The Powertrain Control Module ( PCM ) is " hidden " behind the glove box From the engine compartment you can see where the wiring harness is bolted to one end of the PCM as it passes through the firewall towards the passenger side of the engine compartment
On a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport : The throttle body is in the engine compartment . It is under the plastic cover that has 4.0 SOHC on it , at one end of the larger diameter rubber engine air intake tube
According to the 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Owner Guide : ( the head lights take bulb # 9007 )
The fuse for your 2002 Ford Explorer Sport is similar to that of the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport.
Ok, I have a 2002 Ford Explorer Sport (not a trac, but I believe most of the electrical system is similar). My lights went off when I turned the switch that is toward the bottom of the rear view mirror all the way to the left.
The multi-function switch inside the steering column has the turn signal lever and hazard lights button extending outside of the steering column it operates - turn signals - flash to pass - high beam headlights - windshield wipers ( on/off ) and intermittent speed settings for the wipers - windshield washer fluid squirter button
The Power Distribution Box is in the engine compartment of your 2001 Ford Explorer Sport . It is on the drivers side between the battery and the firewall If you wish to view the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport owners manual ( which includes the P D Box diagram ) check out : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides
take it to a mechanic I dont wanna "break lights"
Check in the center stack of the dash , just to the right of the radio I believe there is a push button to turn the fog lights on and off
most computer modules are under the dash behind the glove compartment
I have the same problem and a can't fix it hope that somebody can help us soon. i don't wanna get a ticket!
The button is to the right of the stereo head unit
If you look at the firewall in the engine compartment , on the passenger side , you will see a bundle(s) of wires bolted to one end of the PCM . The rest of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove compartment
A Ford Explorer Sport is a 2 door model, while the Explorer Sport Trac is a 4 door model with a small pickup bed.
Yes , there was a 2002 Ford Explorer Sport ( 2 door )