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2001 Job 1 Sport Trac fuses and relays

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Old 07-17-2010, 05:39 PM   #1
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Smile 2001 Job 1 Sport Trac fuses and relays

Here's a scan of the pages from my manual for the fuses and relays for my 2001 Job 1 Sport Trac.

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- 2000 Explorer Limited AWD, 5.0L v8; 4.10 gears, KKM True Rev filter, B&M Tranny Super Cooler, Aux. Tranny Filter, Autometer Tranny & Water temp gauges.

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Old 09-23-2010, 09:19 PM   #2
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wich one is for the back window
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On the topic of electrical. I am having some major electrical issues with my late model 2000 sport trac. I was wiring a aftermarket deck into my car and while doing this i must have bumped a few wires or something together. Now my power locks, windows, wipers, speedometer, and radio are all not working. Any suggestions?

All fuses in side panel and under the hood are good ( already checked)

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Is there an electrical diagram for the auxillary relay box on the passenger side? I'm working on a 2001 Explorer Sport and it seems that the Sport Trac manual matches exactly to it.

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