Most of the electrical power circuits of American pickup and Jeep are protected by fuses. Powerful current consumers are connected via relays. Protective elements are installed in mounting blocks, which are located under the hood and in the passenger compartment.
Information on the diagrams is relevant for Ford Explorer (UN150, UN46, UN105) 1st and 2nd generation 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 , 2004, 2005 release.
In the passenger compartment
The main fuse box is located on the driver's side under the dashboard, an additional relay board is located behind the center console.
|Diagram (additional box)|
|1||Front / rear light relay|
|2||Power windows, sunroof, 4WD system relay|
|4||Interior lamp relay|
|5||Relay for auxiliary ignition circuits|
|6||Power window relay (glass lowering)|
In engine compartment
There are three blocks in the engine compartment: the main one is marked with a red dot, and two additional blocks are marked with green dots.
|Аdditional block №2|
|1||ABS pump relay|
|3||Trailer turn signal relay, right|
|4||Rear window motor relay - lower|
|5||Trailer left turn signal relay|
|6||Rear window motor relay - lifting|
|Additional block №3|
|1||Heater blower motor relay|
|2||Heater blower motor relay (high speed)|
|3||Windshield washer pump relay|
Location of the electronic modules