Re: 1994 Explorer electronics question
On Thu, 04 Aug 2005 16:40:37 GMT, "Wayne Lundberg"
>"Ashton Crusher" <Hello@nowhere.net> wrote in message
>> On Wed, 03 Aug 2005 17:34:36 GMT, "Wayne Lundberg"
>> <Waynelund@worldnet.att.net> wrote:
>> Makes no sense to me. Are you sure it was the AC relay they replaced
>> and not the fuel pump relay? I think they both sit next to each
>> other. It's also possible the yanked the AC relay and put a new one
>> in and then it started and they said "ah, that's it" when all that
>> happened was they jarred the old fuel pump relay when the replaced the
>> AC relay and that made it work again (for a while). If my memory is
>> correct, the relays are interchangeable (ac and fuel pump) so if it
>> does flake out again you could try swapping them.\
>The relay they took out has a label "A/C relay" or something to that effect,
>so I am assuming that's what they changed. But thank you, thank you, thank
>you for the suggestion to swap out the relays if the problem persists. Are
>they the ones on the fuse box under the dash?
No, I believe they are in the engine compartment along the passenger
side fender. There is a fuse block there (it has a cap you have to
take off to see the fuses and they are large fuses, not the little
ones like the inside fuse block). The top of that fuse block, with the
fuses in it, detaches from the bottom and comes up revealing the
relays. This is from memory so it may be a little different but that
should put you in the ballpark.