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EEC relay location.

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by jimmy roberts, May 5, 2010.

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      jimmy roberts New Member

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      Trying to locate the EEC relay on my 92 Explorer I'm getting battery drain so ran a test light on pos battery post I pulled the EEC relay fuse and the test light goes out does any of this sound familiar..

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      Welcome to this forum! I've renamed your thread, and moved it into the stock 91-94 section. This relay is under the hood. The PCM has constant (+) 12 volts, so there is always going to be a small current drain on the battery. The clock also has a constant drain. You need to check how much current is being used on each circuit with an Ammeter.
       

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