I'm not sure if the following fuses are for the dash lights - the owner's manual lists them for " instrument cluster " location # 11 - 7.5 amp fuse for instrument cluster location # 15 - 7.5 amp fuse for instrument cluster location # 33 - 15 amp fuse instrument cluster/headlamps/DRL module
On a 1997 Ford Explorer : The push button switch to turn on and off the fog lights is in ( the center stack of the dash , to the right of the radio )
it is a 300 polaris explorer
Check your owners manual. If you don't have one copy & paste this link. http://www.genuineservice.com/genuineservice/en/gloveboxresults
check the bulbs if that does not work,check your wiring harness.i had the same thing happen to me and it was my wiring harness
On a 1997 Ford Explorer : The right side kick panel would be inthe front passenger footwell It is the interior trim panel , just in front of the front door , by the passengers feet
On a 1997 Ford Explorer : The toe board is the angled piece between the floor and the firewall in front of the driver and the front passenger
The headlights on a 1997 Ford Explorer XLT is adjusted using screws behind the lights. One is located on the top and side to allow for full control.
Assuming the rear signal lights do work, check the front bulbs first.
In the front passenger footwell BEHIND the kick panel according to the 1997 Ford Explorer Owner Guide . On my 1995 Ford Explorer it is BY the kick panel in the front passenger footwell , just above the carpet in the corner
front end alignment
The temperature control module for a 1997 Ford explorer is the unit that controls all of the heat and ac functions. If it is not operating properly, then the heat ac and defrost will work improperly or not at all.
Yes it will but the front drive line will be different and the wire harness is different