Years of production: 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
The automotive industry is equipped with some of the pioneers that hold the top place. Ford is among those automotive giants which effectively revolutionized the whole automotive sector. One of the models that were launched in 2011, known as Explorer. This was the fifth generation of the same model with some of the additional features and different upgraded features. This SUV is capable of providing power-packed performance as well as a comfortable ride.
The Ford Explorer has some of the class-apart features which are quite excellent. The excellent cargo capacity with a powerful engine makes it quite adequate for a power- packed SUV. Explorer is capable of providing a comfortable riding experience, and the handling is also smooth.
Ford Explorer is a good option for those who want good mileage and a smooth ride. In addition to these, it also has maximum cargo capacity in its range. With those, several other innovative features are apt from a safety perspective. The spacious feature is an added advantage that provides a nudge over other peers.
Safety is amongst the foremost concern when talking about an SUV. Whether it is child safety or adult, an SUV should contain all the effective measures. The Explorer is equipped with a latch connector attachment that is apt for child safety. Apart from these, the infotainment system of this model is also at the top as it is equipped with a 10.1-inch vertical touch screen, a 14-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, a 12.3-inch customizable driver display, wireless device charging, and a rear-seat entertainment system.
There are some of the additional features also available with this specific model such as a household-style power outlet and a twin-panel moonroof. Overall, if you want a poised yet powerful SUV equipped with all the features, then Ford Explorer is a significant choice.
The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal. Remove the panel cover to access the fuses. To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panel cover.
|1||30A||One touch up/down driver sidefront window|
|2||15A||Not used (spare)|
|3||30A||One touch up/down passenger side front window|
|4||10A||Interior demand lamps (overhead console, 2nd row, cargo), glove box lamp, 2nd and 3rd row seat release, visor lamps|
|6||5A||Not used (spare)|
|7||7.5A||Memory seat module logic feed|
|8||10A||Not used (spare)|
|9||10A 4”||Radio display, Power liftgate logic, Electronic finish panel, SYNC|
|10||10A||Run/accessory relay (wipers, rear washer), Rain sensor|
|11||10A||Instrument cluster, Heads-up display|
|12||15A||Interior courtesy lamps (overhead console, 2nd row, cargo), Puddle lamps, Console bin LED, Backlighting|
|13||15A||Right turn lamps, Right trailer tow (TT) turn/stop lamps|
|14||15A||Left turn lamps, Left TT turn/stop lamps|
|15||15A||Reverse lamps, Stop lamps, High-mounted stop lamp|
|16||10A||Low beam headlamps (right)|
|17||10A||Low beam headlamps (left)|
|18||10A||Keypad illumination, Brake shift interlock (BSI), Start button run indicator, Passive anti-theft system (PATS), Powertrain control module (PCM) wake-up, Rear seat power enable|
|19||20A||Memory seat power|
|21||10A||Intelligent access (IA), Keypad|
|23||15A||Steering wheel control module, IA, Headlamp switch|
|24||15A||Datalink connector, Steering wheel control module|
|26||5A||Radio frequency module|
|28||15A||Ignition switch, Push button start switch|
|29||20A||Radio, Global positioning system module|
|30||15A||Front park lamps|
|31||5A||Trailer tow brake controller|
|32||15A||110V AC power point, Power folding mirror, Power mirrors, One touch up/down front windows, Door lock illumination, Memory switch illumination|
|33||10A||Occupant classification sensor|
|34||10A||Blind spot monitor, Rearview camera, Reverse sensing system, Lane departure warning module|
|35||5A||Heads-up display, Climate control humidity sensor, Terrain management system, Hill descent switch, Headlamp switch IGN sense|
|36||10A||Heated steering wheel|
|37||10A||Restraints control module|
|38||10A||Auto-dimming rear view mirror, Moon roof|
|39||15A||High beam headlamp shutters|
|40||10A||Rear park lamps, License plate lamps, TT park lamps|
|41||7.5A||Overdrive cancel, Tow/haul|
|42||5A||Not used (spare)|
|43||10A||Not used (spare)|
|44||10A||Not used (spare)|
|45||5A||Not used (spare)|
|46||10A||Climate control module|
|47||15A||Fog lamps, left and right turn signal mirror feed|
|48||30A||Circuit Breaker Rear power windows, Passenger power window, One touch down (driver side only), Driver window switch|
|49||Delayed accessory relay||Body control module|
Where is starter relay fuse?
is this the same layout as a 2016 base ford explorer?! my drivers side window keeps getting stuck and going up and down, and my SYNC is stuck on initialize and Bluetooth !! one site said both were 10 amp fuses. this one says the windows is a 30amp & the Sync is a 10amp.
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