thank for answering my question on turn signals,but we change the arm switch on the steering column along with everything else bulb sockets and wiring to go along and the fuse 2003 ford explorer

Asked by Sep 03, 2014 at 06:37 PM about the 2003 Ford Explorer XLS V6 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

like i said above everything  only thing left is the relay under the dash board but we thought because the flashers. work there was no need  was answered by trave91

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To trace an electrical problem in a vehicle two things are needed. A volt meter and something like a Hayne Manuel for your particular vehicle which has a wiring diagram. To illustrate my point, if a volt meter was used on the bulb socket or the wire leading to it, you would have learned the problem was not there, but somewhere further down the line Checking for current at the fuse panel first (fuse removed) indicates if power is being supplied there or not. Many problems occur because of a bad contact in the fuse panel which can be determined with a meter.

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