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Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by Terence42312235, February 6, 2018.

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    1. Terence42312235

      Terence42312235 New Member

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      One day my car just dies. My car battery is illuminated and my cars battery doesn't charge for nothing . Went and bought a brand new alternator and new battery and still having the same problem idk what to do.
       
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      There's a fuse in the fusebox under the hood.. I'd start there. It's a 15A, I don't recall which one it is physically, but easy enough to check.
       
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      Ok like what do I check for
       
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      Find the fuse box under the hood. It's also called the power distribution box if you like long names... Open it up and look at the fuses, just pull them out one by one. It comes from the factory as a 15A fuse. If it looks blown, replace it. I don't recall exactly which one it is, and I'm a little short on time today. Look for a blown fuse in the fusebox under the hood. Let me know!
       
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