In the power distribution box in your engine compartment of your 1997 Ford Explorer there is a 30 amp maxi-fuse in location # 10 , for your power seat(s) , power windows and power locks . Ford recommends disconnecting the battery before servicing anything in the PD BOX , which would mean that your Explorer would have to relearn its idle , the clock would need to be reset etc.
Just had Rack and pinion replaced on my 1999 Explorer, it cost $450 which included parts and labor.
cause you might not of put tighten the tire when you replaced it . or your rim is bent, did you hit a curb?
poor battery cable connection
Coincidence. This would not cause the P/S to fail. The 2 problems are not related.
I Don't know whether you mean an Explorer XL or Ranger XL, but either would have power steering.
Power windows have circuit breakers. It is a rare case that one would go bad.
It could be anything from the engine to the connectors
the brightness of the bulbs would decrease because the cell would have to supply more power.
Common problem, easy solution, three possibilities only. Either, the power steering fluid is low or one of the belts at the engine need to be replaced or the power steering pump is worn and needs to be replaced. Check to see how much fluid is in the power steering pump, if full then replace every belt on the engine, if the sound goes away then you are done, if not replace the power steering pump.
On my 1995 Explorer sometimes I would have to push the squirter button 3 times before it would work , and I also noticed that 2 of my intermittant wiper positions would not work. I had the multi function switch replaced by the dealer and everything works fine now.
Check the fuses in the power distribution block (under the hood)
Your battery connections and fuses may be fine but is your battery dead ? I drove to work one day and when I came out of work I had no power to anything. I used my key to unlock the door, opened the hood and even the little light under my hood would not light up. I got a boost, drove the Explorer to the dealer, left it running but locked, and when they tested the battery it had a dead cell, so they replaced the battery.
An explorer is one who explores the unfound
The wire from the battery to solenoid is corroded & should be replaced.
try helping anyone without question and remember every life can not be replaced
behind the rear passenger seat under the panel of what would be the trunk
you might have the child safety locks activated
It all depends on the size of the two types of plants ... but on average it would be one for one.
the motor is going out and needs to be replaced. Same thing happened on my 93 explorer.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but from what I have read there are ( 3 ) different engine blocks for the Ford 4.0 liter Over Head Valve , V6 engine ( 1991 to 1994 Ford Explorer ) ( 1995 and 1996 Ford Explorer ) ( 1997 to 2000 Ford Explorer ) * so I would say the answer is ( no )
Places like Florida where it is sunny almost every day would generate a lot of Solar power
The " F " in Ford and the first " E " in Explorer would be capital letters
The mean is that number which, if every member of the group were replaced by it, the effect or characteristic of the group would not change.