If your talking about the 95 Ford Explorer Limited Edition, there is a lamp module for the headlights (used by the computer to monitor status of the headlights) located in a steel box the size of a pack of cigarretes mounted to the lower inside of the center console directly below the computer display. The headlights are individualy powered by separate fuses which provide power throught the module to the headlights. The module directs fused power through a pair of high current resitors out to the headlights. The solder joints of these two resistors to the circuit board are notorious for cold solder joints.The circuit board is made in Amsterdam, and the module can run from $145-$175.Resoldering the two Resistors remedied the problem for me, with no outlay of money.
The 1995 Ford Explorer ECU module can be found on the outside of the air filter housing. The ECU module will be on the back of the housing.
where does a shift module go in at on a 1995 ford explorer xlt 4.0 2wd
The 2007 Ford Explorer computer module is located below the dashboard, on the passenger side. The computer module is in a rectangle steel box.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe that the 4x4 Control Trac system on a 1995 Ford Explorer does not have a separate control module I believe the 4x4 system is controlled by the GEM ( Generic Electronic Module ) and that it is located in the center stack of the dash near the radio
The 1995 Ford Ranger ignition module can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
On a 2001 Ford Explorer the airbag control module is located behind the passenger side kick panel (located to the right of the passengers right foot if seated in the vehicle).
The computer module for the keyless entry system on the 2006 Ford Explorer is behind the rear passenger seat. It is located under the seat belt panel.
I have a 2001 Ford Explorer sport trac and the module is located behind the front passengers side panel. I would have to believe that the 2002 Explorer would be the same.
I believe the GEM is located in the center stack of the dash , remove the radio to gain access if it needs to be changed
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : No ( at least my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT doesn't )
were is ignition drive module located in the engine
The Ford Explorer was produced from the years 1990 to present. The wiper motor pulse board module in a 1998 Ford Explorer 4.0 L is located on the firewall, behind the engine in the middle.
it is located under the drivers side seat
As far as I know , the 1995 Ford Explorer doesn't have a SEPARATE module for the 4 WD . That is also handled by the GEM ( Generic Electronic Module ) and I believe that is in the center stack of the dash and that you have to remove the radio to actually change it
If it's the same as my 1995 Ford Explorer , its in the jack storage compartment , in the cargo area , on the drivers side , at the front of the compartment
I'm not sure if your Ranger is the same , but on my 1995 Explorer with a similar dash the GEM is in the center stack of the dash , to the left of the radio On a 1997 Ford Ranget 4x4 the Gem module is located as stated above. Behind the radio and to the left.
The Ford Explorer computer module is located on the firewall under the hood in the center on some models. On other models the computer module is behind the glove compartment. The glove compartment has to be removed (open it as far as possible to pop it off the back hinge) to access the computer module.
behind the glove box
Behind the passenger side kick panel
The powertrain control module on 1991 and 1992 Ford Explorer is in the right front passenger area behind the right front kick panel
You can find the module for your 2000 Ford Explorer on the firewall in the engine compartment. The module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
The Daytime Running light module on the 2001 Ford Explorer is located on the drivers side of the explorer just behind the bumper. It is a black box with fins on it and an oval shaped connector..
The automatic transmission in a 1995 Ford Explorer is electronically controlled
drl module location on a ford ranger 1995
The security module on 2002 Ford Explorer is on the passenger side, second row behind the seat belt panel.