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Location of the power door lock relay & fuse on a 94 Explorer.

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by gdh1532, May 30, 2010.

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      New to this forum.. I've hit the searches but.. I'm having trouble getting the info I need. My passenger side door lock Plastic part was messed up I fixed it. while doing this the wire was cut to the passenger side power window. NO biggie and was fixed.

      My problem is now the electronic door lock buttons won't do anything.. I think it is a fuse/relay problem... I just can't find a diagram showing the location of the door lock fuse/relay.. I checked all the fuses under the dash. Not sure if it would be under the hood or in the back area? Any suggestions ?

      edit this is on a 1994 explorer 4X4
       
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      I have the FSM,I will try to find it to day and let you know.Time is short today however so it might be tomorrow.:D

      Ok,power dist center underhood,fuse #6 30 amp.I will post a photo soon.
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      Just click on the photo,I rotated them so they look right on photobucket.Hope this helps.Disclaimer,photos are from the 1994 Ford factory service manual.So I guess Ford owns them and this is their credit,thanks guys.:D
       
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      Thanks.. that helped.
       
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      Don't know if this will help, but try replacing the power lock switches.
       

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