Where is the in-line fuse located for the electric door locks on a 1996 Ford Aerostar?
The 1995 Aerostart Owner's Manual states: "Power Locks - 30 amp, Inline" "Located above fuse block - left cowl side." An inlinf fuse is in 'series' in the wire, it is not part of the fuse block! Just located near it.
I am not 100% positive but i think it is right behind the drivers seat in the panel where the rear heat is. Everytime i hit the lock button i hear something clicking in there, as I have my panel off right now. I know there is a plug in there also that if unplugged will disable the locks so pretty sure its there.
When you go in the 3rd gym leader's gym, you'll see lots of trash cans, a few trainers and 2 electric locks. Press A on the cans and it'll tell you if there is a switch under it. If so, 1 electric lock will disable. If you're lucky and press A on the other can with a switch, both locks will be disabled and you can go to the leader. If you mess up, the…
It is on the the fuse panel located behind the dash to the left of the steering column. It is Fuse # 63 and it is on the BACK of the fuse panel. You have to unfasten the fuse panel from its mounting to get to it. A BAD design flaw. There are two hex-head screws that I can see. Behind all that good stuff?
Power door locks use a small electric motor to pull or push the door lock mechanism in order to lock or unlock the door. They are located in the bottom part of the door where they get wet and dirty and can simply become too gummed up to work. On those that still tried to work I have tried using WD40 to clean and lube them with only marginal success. New power door locks are…
Canal Locks , of course, there are several series of these on the Panama Canal the Miraflores locks, the Pedro Miguel locks, etc. Vessels are towed throgh the locks byelectric locomotives called mules, these wee originally built by General Electric and are narrow gauge. there are rack projections so they can cope with steep grades between the locks.
The locomotives, (Electric Mules) are used to pull ships through the locks of the canal. Also due to the very close fit of the largest ships (like the panamax tankers), the locomotives work together to maintain ship position within the width of the locks. sometimes there are only inches to spare on each side.