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What does it mean when the 4 wheel high and low lights blink and the electric windows will not work and all fuses are ok on a 1995 Ford Explorer XLT?

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2006-02-20 23:59:00
2006-02-20 23:59:00

When mine did this, the wire had come off the sensor on the transfer case. Does the 4x4 still work? Hey; Mine Was Doing The Exact Same Thing, Turned Out To Be A Bad Relay. You Will Have To Get It Replaced, Sorry Don't Know What The Unit Is Called Or Located. Should Not Cost To Much, But Getting An Honest Mechanic Is Another Story. -Dan window switch on drivers side was bad they are 6100 at dealer and solved problems with 4 wheel lights also

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