I assume you have the engine running - Your alternator is not charging for some reason. The alternator runs all the auto electricals and keeps the battery charged to restart the next time. check your charging system, and battery... Everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and a professional shop manual should be available at your local library for diagnostic procedures etc, just make copies of the right pages, as they are usually REFERENCE only...read up and good luck :)
The 1995 Ford Explorer blower motor relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The blower motor relay switch will be in the third column, second from the top.
The most common cause of the heater blower being on high only is the blower resister failing. The second most common problem is the blower switch going bad.
If there is a second blower motor and speed control for the rear air, then there is also a second Resistor Pack. It will be located near the rear blower motor. Exactly I cannot say. Follow the wiring.
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Your battery could need replaced, your alternator or starter could be going bad. It is best to have a mechanic look at it if this bothers you or it continues.
Hook the negative on one battery to the positive of the second battery. Connect to the positive on the first battery and the negative of the second battery. This gives 24 volts.
It is in an auxiliary relay box directly beneath the air filter hose. The blower motor relay is the large one second from the left as you look down from the right fender.
You connect the batteries in series Red charger lead to one red battery terminal, then the black battery terminal of that battery to the red battery terminal of the second battery. Then black battery terminal of the second battery to the black lead of the charger.
It can start with just one battery.
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My first guess would be the blower motor resister. My second guess would be the switch and or plug into the back of the switch.
On a 1995 Ford Econoline E350, the resistor is located to the right of the blower motor in the engine compartment. It is the second plug attached to the blower motor wiring harness. It has two screws and a white connector compared to the black one for the blower motor.
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Hey. I don't know exactly, but I think, that the 1995 Explorer belongs to second generation of Explorers. So, it is probably not compatible. Paul Hey. I don't know exactly, but I think, that the 1995 Explorer belongs to second generation of Explorers. So, it is probably not compatible. Paul
the second battery should be located on the passenger side framerail half way between the front and rear tires.
You can wire two 12 volt batteries in series... Connect negative of the first battery to positive of the second battery. That common connection becomes ground. The positive of the first battery becomes +12, and the negative of the second battery becomes -12. However, do not expect to be able to charge the second battery in a system designed for only one battery, such as in an automobile.
It could be a number of things. First check your battery for corrosion and test if to make sure it holds a charge. Second I would say just unbolt the starter and test it. Those are the most common two problems to why a vehicle wont start. If its neither the battery or starter check the altenator.
I believe it was in 1995 when Ford came out with what is referred to as the second generation of the Explorer (Helpfull)
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Note: When interconnecting A200 batteries (cells), they must be identical in voltage and amp rating! Batteries may be connected in series. The positive terminal of the first battery is connected to the negative terminal of the second battery; the positive terminal of the second is connected to the negative of the third, and so on. The voltage of the assembled battery is the sum of the individual batteries. The batteries are connected: + to - to + to - to + to -, etc. The capacity of the battery is unchanged. Batteries may also be connected in parallel. The positive terminal of the first battery is connected to the positive terminal of the second battery, the positive terminal of the second is connected to the positive of the third; the negative terminal of the first battery is connected to the negative terminal of the second battery, the negative terminal of the second is connected to the negative of the third and so on. The batteries are connected: + to + to + and - to - to -. In this configuration, the capacity is the sum of the individual batteries and voltage is unchanged.
If you have a big sound system in your truck then it could be a good idea to add a second battery, also if you have a winch or some kind of after market lights then you might want to add another battery so you don't stress the single battery.
I don't think so , I believe Ford started using air bags in the Explorer SUV in 1995 when they came out with their second generation of the Explorer - Helpfull No, the 94 doesn't have airbags.
Extended battery life is where the Panasonic Toughbook laptop really shines, with 10 hours of battery use before a recharge is needed, or 14 hours if you get the optional second battery.
The security module on 2002 Ford Explorer is on the passenger side, second row behind the seat belt panel.
the battery is under the floor pan in the second row passenger floor area. xBLUEDEVILx
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