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Where is the electric window relay for a 1995 ford explorer?

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2005-09-27 21:49:01
2005-09-27 21:49:01

The relay is under the dash in a relay box that is just right of the steering column. There is tape around it that needs to be removed and then the cover pops off. It's a bit ackward to get at. The window relay is the largesr relay in the box. Part numbers vary by model so pull it first to get the number. I replaced mine for $7 this week and now my windows work. Theye were intermittent before then and also cause the 4WD and 4WD Low lights to flash on and off at times. This seems to be a consistent hint of this relay. The Ford parts departrment was NOT going to confirm that this was the window relay but after I told him I would just replace it rather than paying $100 for thie diagnostic fee he said it controlled the windows plus a whole list of other items. If anybody has a full schematic of this relay box I would love a reference to it.

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