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Old 07-25-2005, 01:01   #1 (permalink)
Iranapam
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Where is fuse for pwr mirrors?



94 explorer. Anyone know where or which fuse it is?

Manual is no help, fuse box no help, Chiltons no help.

It's like the explorer came without remote mirrors.
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Old 07-26-2005, 09:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Where is fuse for pwr mirrors?


"Iranapam" <whosthat@anonmail.com> wrote in message
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> 94 explorer. Anyone know where or which fuse it is?
>
> Manual is no help, fuse box no help, Chiltons no help.
>
> It's like the explorer came without remote mirrors.


This may not help,but I'll try anyhow. I have the 92 Service Manual and
maybe the stuff that doesn't show hasn't changed.

At any rate, The fuse that controls the power mirrors also controls the
radio memory and the dome light. If it is only the mirrors that don't work
it is not the fuse. The fuse that controls that circuit is a 15 amp fuse
that is at the bottom right of the fuse block when the fuse block is
oriented so that the flasher is in the upper right corner. It may be ID'd as
#1.

Other causes are bad 12 volt feed, bad ground and bad switch.

Charlie


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Old 07-29-2005, 18:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Where is fuse for pwr mirrors?

Thanks, that answered my question also.

"Charlie Bress" <cbress@paamail.com> wrote in message
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> "Iranapam" <whosthat@anonmail.com> wrote in message
> news:Xns969E158BCAF2Dmapi@216.168.3.64...
> >
> >
> > 94 explorer. Anyone know where or which fuse it is?
> >
> > Manual is no help, fuse box no help, Chiltons no help.
> >
> > It's like the explorer came without remote mirrors.

>
> This may not help,but I'll try anyhow. I have the 92 Service Manual and
> maybe the stuff that doesn't show hasn't changed.
>
> At any rate, The fuse that controls the power mirrors also controls the
> radio memory and the dome light. If it is only the mirrors that don't work
> it is not the fuse. The fuse that controls that circuit is a 15 amp fuse
> that is at the bottom right of the fuse block when the fuse block is
> oriented so that the flasher is in the upper right corner. It may be ID'd

as
> #1.
>
> Other causes are bad 12 volt feed, bad ground and bad switch.
>
> Charlie
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