I had same problem. I replaced the connector and wire tail as there was a crack in the connector where the bulb connects to the wires. Before you replace this try to clean the contacts for the bulb. I suggest buying this part from a salvage (if you have to)in case this does not fix the problem, most places will not take electrical parts back. Good luck! By the way, Mine was the passenger side which I was told is common in that year.Answerthe connector idea is great. you can be sure of the bulb by switching it with the one that works. AnswerCheck the interior fuse panel. Some vehicles use a separate fuse for each headlight.
I have the same problem - but my third brake light slightly flashes when the car is of (Explorer 1998). I have replaced the "stop light" switch with no improvement at all.
Blown fuse or wiring defect for the bulb you have already replaced. You have replaced the wrong bulb. The new bulb was defective.
Have you replaced the 4x4 controller module located on the passanger kick panel? Mine works again after replacing it!!
It should be the fuse, in the fuse box at the Driver Side, check for the number 10 Fuse (7.5 Amp) it might be blown
When you turn the ignition key to the run position , just before starting your Explorer , the check engine light should come on for a few seconds to prove that the bulb works
umm cake ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- That is your air bag readiness light , it comes on momentarily when you start the Explorer to make sure the light works. If the light continues to stay on or continues to flash , the air bag system is malfunctioning - TAKE IT IN FOR REPAIR (Helpfull)
Explorer works but it is slow as compared to Chrome. Chrome is one of the fastest browsers on the web.
Make sure you check all the bulbs on the drivers side of your car. If you have a burnt out light bulb it won't blink. Try that. Hope it works.
Well, I just replaced mine... I took a thin blade screw driver and gently pried between the rubber seal and the metal and popped the light out, replaced the bulb and popped the light back in. works fine
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If the bulb is in fact a working bulb, and the passenger side works, then I would assume the problem lies within the driver side socket. This is possibly due to corrosion or something similar restricting the contact between bulb and socket.
i found out for myself that if you jump terminal a&b at the compressor relay the compressor will kick on so i replaced the relay and it works.
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Check the fuse. Then check the wiring.
No you can not. Internet Explorer 8 only works for Windows 8 Computers.
I had that problem and the hazard light switch was bad so when it was replaced the horn worked just fine.
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What year is the Ford Explorer ? There could be a separate fuse for the lower brake lights
Defective blower motor resistor pack.
You might be able to with msn explorer/
Google Chrome and Firefox use lot of memory. In case of low memory, Internet Explorer works great.
by searching with a light
The blower motor works on only one speed. The blower motor resitor pack is defective and needs to be replaced. It is located on the blower housing in the engine compartment just below the blower motor.
If the speedo works, but the odometer doesn't . The cluster needs replaced.