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Loading... We know that a common problem for the Ford Explorer Sport/Trac and normal Explorer is that the stop lights may stop working. Stay tuned. If you want to diagnose the MFS rather than shot gun it out, open up the battery junction box and see if the left and right trailer tow relays are installed, this contact form

Hope this helps. LOL! Expert: Fordanswerman replied7 years ago. would disconnecting the tow hitch connection solve the problem?

Ford Explorer Tail Lights Not Working

shorod09-14-2014, 10:40 PMDid you plug a trailer in to confirm under load they work fine? The MFS has a separate set of contacts for the front left and right and the rear left and right. Expert: Fordanswerman replied7 years ago. Join Today.

MidnightRebel07, September 15, 2011 #13 bdmaash Active Member Joined: January 27, 2008 Messages: 545 Likes Received: 1 Trophy Points: 18 City, State: YYC Year and Model: '01 sport trac LONO100 said: All of the fuses in the box are good and working. Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP Ask an Expert Car Questions Ford Repair How JustAnswer Works: Ask an Expert Experts are full of valuable knowledge and are ready to help with 2004 Ford Explorer Tail Light Fuse Location Camerons Car Reviews 63,441 views 9:12 Turn signal dash light stays on, and signals dont blink "FIX" - Duration: 2:34.

Any ideas or anyone with same issue? My Dash Lights And Tail Lights Are Out Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive. so i cut the plastic hose and what do i see, the yellow, green white and brown wires passing through. In the case you are facing that all the stop lights are not working.

However, if you do not have flashing here for the rear yet the fronts are flashing, there's a good chance the issue is the MFS. -Rod jorg0109-12-2014, 05:54 AMThanks, will try 2002 Ford Explorer Brake Light Fuse Location Damsel ... So if a shops hourly rate is 60 bucks an hour and it took the tech 2 hours to find and fix it then you get charged 120 bucks labor plus Since 1996 we have been the #1 Ford Explorer resource on the Internet.

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Loading... jorg0109-14-2014, 08:35 PMhi, surprizingly no luck. Ford Explorer Tail Lights Not Working i 10/10/2016 10/10/2016 Fix_It_Man I am hearing a sound while accelerating that sounds like 10/3/2016 10/3/2016 Micharoe Replaced master cylinder and some brake lines suv came in 9/25/2016 9/25/2016 topdogpeter I Ford Explorer Dash Lights Not Working The headlights can ...

Yep, depending on where they spliced it in. weblink True... Thanks Ask Your Own Ford Question Customer: replied7 years ago. It was not the switch, the wiring at the trailer attachment is working an there is power at the wiring of the bulbs at rear. 2002 Ford Explorer Tail Light Fuse Location

Right one started doing that a month ago now both are doing it. If you don't find one that flashes, the problem could be the MFS. We also cover the Explorer Sport Trac, Mercury Mountaineer, Lincoln Navigator, Mazda Navajo, Mazda Pickups, and the Aerostar. http://sistemainmo.com/ford-explorer/ford-explorer-tail-lights-not-working.php This Dang Car 229,354 views 5:51 How To Install Replace Turn Signal Wiper Switch 2002-05 Ford Explorer Mercury Mountaineer - Duration: 6:13. 1A Auto Parts 54,782 views 6:13 ABS LIGHT -

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Man, you've been beating your head on the wall since I've been gone haven't you?

if it isnt my fuses, do you have any other advice? checked bulbs, bulbs were good. -unhooked battery, opened the dash and replaced the HEAD LIGHT SWITCH which i got from autozone for 20 bucks. -hooked my battery back up, and my Still no good. Ford Explorer Dash Lights Out Sign in to report inappropriate content.

About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new! also, it's been dry as a bone out here where i live for the past three months. You must have a problem in the wiring to the rear lights themselves. his comment is here You can also get it in autozone and Advanced autoparts! .....::::: All My Stop Lights including The Third Stop Light are not Working :::::.....

What year is your Explorer, and what model is it (Sport, Sport Trac, or standard)? -Rod jorg0109-11-2014, 03:29 PMit is a ford explorer standard 2003, ford told me the multifunction switch Trust me!! Please try again later. The fix often requires replacing several inches of wiring per line and using adhesive lined shrink sleeving or F4 self fusing silicone tape to properly insulate the connections and splices.

Front blinkers work but flash very rapidly. Step 2: Please assign your manual to a product: About Advertising About Us Blog Careers News & Media Help Contact FAQ Partners Privacy Policy Terms Community Forums Recent Q&A Top Experts Working... Sign in Transcript Statistics 51,983 views 148 Like this video?

Was it raining when this all started?Click to expand... Here is what I recommend you to do in order to solve the problem.