1991 through 1995 Explorers with the EEC- IV system have an external ignition control module in front of the battery mounted on the radiator support. 1996 and newer, the ignition control module is incorperated into the powertrain control module (PCM) for the EEC- V system.. The PCM is mounted in the firewall on the passenger side.
Buy a Haynes or Chilton manual for $15
A Haynes or Chilton manual will have detailed instructions on how to get that radiator out. I highly recommend that you pick one up. I think they're about $17.
It's always on the back (or behind) the radiator on the bottom. You have to drain the radiator at times. If you still have problems, consult a "Chilton's" manual or repair book.
check your local autoparts for a Chilton's or Haynes repair manual.
Go to chilton.com, Chilton or Mitchell manuals may also be helpful.
My Chilton repair manual - engine wiring schematic shows ( 2 ) heated oxygen sensors for the 1993 Ford Explorer
( Fuse # 17 ) is a 15 amp fuse for the fuel gauge on a 1993 Ford Explorer according to my Chilton repair manual
Yes, you can find it Haynes or Chilton manuals for Toyota Camry 1999-2001.
Go to the auto parts store and invest the $9 in a Hayne's or Chilton's manual for your vehicle.
if you haven't already go to your nearest auto parts store and find a chilton manual for your vehicle.
Chilton Manuals are a good place to start - here's a link to the online version... http://www.chiltondiy.com/default.aspx
According to my Chilton repair manual, it is in the fuse panel under the driver's side of the dash. Chilton shows a 15 amp fuse for dome courtesy light in location # 14