How to Replace a 2001 Ford Explorer Turn Signal Lens?

Answer The 2001 Ford Explorer's turn signals are integrated parts of the Explorer's headlight and taillight assemblies--the various bulbs are protected by a single lens cover at each corner of the car. If... Read More »

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How to Replace the Turn Signal Switch on My 1998 Ford Explorer?

Your 1998 Ford Explorer does not have a separate switch just for the turn signals; rather the Explorer is equipped with a multifunction switch, located in the steering column, which controls the tu... Read More »

How to Replace Your Turn Signal Relay in a Ford Explorer?

Vehicle electrical problems are always a headache. So many things could be the source of a problem. The Ford Explorer makes turn signal problems easier by putting the fuses, relays and flashers in ... Read More »

How to Replace the Turn Signal Bulb in a 2001 Ford Excursion?

The Ford Excursion's turn signal bulbs are not mounted in the headlight lens; they have their own separate lens, which is mounted under the headlight lens. It is not necessary to replace the entire... Read More »

How to Replace the 2001 Ford Truck Turn Signal Bulb?

The Ford F-150, Ford's most popular truck, uses four total bulbs for the turn signals. Two are up front and two are in the back. The front turn signal bulb also doubles as the parking lamp, while t... Read More »