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Gregory Fitzgerald

power window relay location 2002 ford explorer?

by Gregory Fitzgerald Last activity date:
December 18th, 2011

where exactly is the power window relay located in a 2002 ford explorer glt ( 4 door) none of the windows work.

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In the central junction box inside the vehicle (fuse box) check fuse #17 and make sure it's not blown. If it is alright you could have an issue with the GEM module (Generic Electronics Module) there is no Power Window Relay anymore. It is computer controlled by the GEM Module. If the fuse is ok I would suggest you take your vehicle to your local Ford Dealer for further diagnosis.
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