my windows dome lights and four wheel drive stopped working and i dont know why

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Asked by Sep 29, 2016 at 03:43 AM about the 1999 Ford Explorer

Question type: General

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First thing to do is to check the fuses, use a test light with the key on, or if you have a ohm meter you can remove them one at at a time and check continuity, that way you won't need the key turned on.

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i check all fuses and relays all are good im still trying to figure it out

100,315

Then you may have to go about this backwards, and start looking for broken wiring.

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got it fixed i over looked a fuse my buddy found it

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Great, glad it was just a fuse and you didn't have to start to do it the wiring.

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