Ford Explorer Sport - 2001 Fuse Box Diagram

Ford Explorer Sport - 2001 Fuse Box Diagram

All occupants of the vehicle, including the driver, should always
properly wear their safety belts, even when an air bag SRS is
provided.
Always transport children 12 years old and under in the back
seat and always properly use appropriate child restraints.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
recommends a minimum distance of at least 25 cm (10 inches)
between an occupant’s chest and the driver air bag module.
Never place your arm over the air bag module as a deploying air
bag can result in serious arm fractures or other injuries.
Steps you can take to properly position yourself away from the air bag:
Move your seat to the rear as far as you can while still reaching the
pedals comfortably.
Recline the seat slightly (one or two degrees) from the upright
position.
Do not put anything on or over the air bag module. Placing
objects on or over the air bag inflation area may cause those
objects to be propelled by the air bag into your face and torso causing
serious injury.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the Air Bag
Supplemental Restraint System or its fuses. See your Ford or
Lincoln-Mercury dealer.
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Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the air bag
Supplemental Restraint System, its fuses or the seat cover on a
seat containing an air bag. See your Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealer.
All occupants of the vehicle including the driver should always
wear their safety belts even when an air bag SRS is provided.
How does the side air bag system work?
The side air bag system consists of
the following:
An inflatable nylon bag (air bag)
with a gas generator concealed
behind the outboard bolster of
the driver and front passenger
seatbacks.
A special seat cover designed to
allow airbag deployment.
The same warning light,
electronic control and diagnostic
unit as used for the front air
bags.
Two crash sensors located on the
“B” pillar.
Side air bags, in combination with
seat belts, can help reduce the risk of severe injuries in the event of a
significant side impact collision.
The side air bags are fitted on the outboard side of the seatbacks of the
front seats. In certain lateral collisions, the air bag on the side affected
by the collision will be inflated, even if the respective seat is not
occupied. The air bag was designed to inflate between the door panel
and occupant to further enhance the protection provided occupants in
side impact collisions.
The air bag SRS is designed to activate when the vehicle sustains lateral
deceleration sufficient to cause the sensors to close an electrical circuit
that initiates air bag inflation.
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Vehicles with a higher center of gravity such as utility and
four-wheel drive vehicles handle differently than vehicles with a
lower center of gravity. Utility and four-wheel drive vehicles are
not
designed for cornering at speeds as high as passenger cars any more
than low-slung sports cars are designed to perform satisfactorily under
off-road conditions. Avoid sharp turns, excessive speed and abrupt
maneuvers in these vehicles. Failure to drive cautiously could result in
an increased risk of vehicle rollover, personal injury and death.
Loaded vehicles, with a higher center of gravity, may handle
differently than unloaded vehicles. Extra precautions, such as
slower speeds and increased stopping distance, should be taken when
driving a heavily loaded vehicle.
Your vehicle has the capability to haul more cargo and people than most
passenger cars. Depending upon the type and placement of the load,
hauling people and cargo may raise the center of gravity of the vehicle.
Use extra caution while becoming familiar with your vehicle. Know the
capabilities and limitations of both you as a driver and your vehicle.
TRANSMISSION OPERATION
Automatic transmission operation
Brake-shift interlock
This vehicle is equipped with a brake-shift interlock feature that prevents
the gearshift lever from being moved from P (Park) when the ignition is
in the ON position unless brake pedal is depressed.
If you cannot move the gearshift lever out of P (Park) with ignition in
the ON position and the brake pedal depressed:
1. Apply the parking brake, turn ignition key to LOCK, then remove the
key.
2. Insert the key and turn it to OFF. Apply the brake pedal and shift to N
(Neutral).
3. Start the vehicle.
If it is necessary to use the above procedure to move the gearshift lever,
it is possible that a fuse has blown or the vehicle’s brakelamps are not
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operating properly. Refer to
Fuses and relays
in the
Roadside
emergencies
chapter.
Do not drive your vehicle until you verify that the brakelamps
are working.
If your vehicle gets stuck in mud or snow it may be rocked out by
shifting between forward and reverse gears, stopping between shifts, in a
steady pattern. Press lightly on the accelerator in each gear.
Do not rock the vehicle if the engine is not at normal operating
temperature or damage to the transmission may occur.
Do not rock the vehicle for more than a few minutes or damage to
the transmission and tires may occur or the engine may overheat.
Always set the parking brake fully and make sure the gearshift is
latched in P (Park). Turn off the ignition whenever you leave
your vehicle.
If the parking brake is fully released, but the brake warning lamp
remains illuminated, the brakes may not be working properly.
See your dealer or a qualified service technician.
Driving with a 5–speed automatic transmission (if equipped)
Understanding gearshift positions
Hold the brake pedal down while you move the gearshift lever
from P (Park) to another position. If you do not hold the brake
pedal down, your vehicle may move unexpectedly and injure someone.
P (Park)
To put your vehicle in gear, start the engine, depress the brake pedal,
then move gearshift lever out of P (Park).
Always come to a complete stop
before shifting into P (Park). Make
sure the gearshift lever is securely
latched in P (Park). This position
locks the transmission and prevents
the rear wheels from turning.
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FUSES AND RELAYS
Fuses
If electrical components in the
vehicle are not working, a fuse may
have blown. Blown fuses are
identified by a broken wire within
the fuse. Check the appropriate
fuses before replacing any electrical
components.
Always replace a fuse with one that has the specified amperage
rating. Using a fuse with a higher amperage rating can cause
severe wire damage and could start a fire.
Standard fuse amperage rating and color
COLOR
Fuse
Rating
Mini
Fuses
Standard
Fuses
Maxi
Fuses
Cartridge
Maxi
Fuses
Fuse Link
Cartridge
2A
Grey
Grey
3A
Violet
Violet
4A
Pink
Pink
5A
Tan
Tan
7.5A
Brown
Brown
10A
Red
Red
15A
Blue
Blue
20A
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Blue
Blue
25A
Natural
Natural
30A
Green
Green
Green
Pink
Pink
40A
Orange
Green
Green
50A
Red
Red
Red
60A
Blue
Yellow
70A
Tan
Brown
80A
Natural
Black
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Passenger compartment fuse panel
The fuse panel is located on the left
hand side of the instrument panel
facing the driver’s side door. Pull the
panel cover outward to access the
fuses.
To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panel
cover.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
29
30
35
36
31
32
33
34
27
28
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The fuses are coded as follows:
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp Rating
Passenger Compartment Fuse
Panel Description
1
5A
Power Mirror Switch
2
Not Used
3
7.5A
Left Stop/Turn Trailer Tow
Connector
4
Not Used
5
15A
Park Lamps
6
15A
(With rear blower)
7.5A
(Without rear
blower)
Blower Motor Relay, Airbag
Diagnostic Monitor
7
7.5A
Right Stop/Turn Trailer Tow
Connector
8
Not Used
9
7.5A
Brake Pedal Position Switch
10
7.5A
Speed Control/Amplifier Assembly,
Generic electronic Module (GEM),
Shift Lock Actuator, Blend Door
Actuator, A/C - Heater Assembly,
Flasher, Overhead Console, 4X4
Module
11
7.5A
Instrument Cluster, 4X4 Module
12
10A
Washer Pump Relay, Rear Washer
Pump Relay
13
15A
Brake Pedal Position Switch, Brake
Pressure Switch
14
10A
4 Wheel Anti-Lock Brake System
(4WABS) Module, 4WABS Main
Relay
15
7.5A
Instrument Cluster
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp Rating
Passenger Compartment Fuse
Panel Description
16
30A
Windshield Wiper Motor, Wiper Hi-Lo
Relay, Wiper Run/Park Relay
17
20A
Cigar Lighter, Data Link Connector
18
20A
Power Door Locks
19
25A
PCM Power Diode
20
7.5A
RAP Module, Generic Electronic
Module (GEM), Radio, Moonroof
Relay, Power Window Relay
21
15A
Flasher (Hazard)
22
20A
Auxiliary Power Socket
23
Not Used
24
7.5A
Starter Interrupt Relay, Anti-Theft
25
7.5A
Generic Electronic Module (GEM),
Instrument Cluster, Securi-Lock
26
10A
Battery Saver Relay, Interior Lamp
Relay
27
15A
DRL, Backup Lamps Switch, DTR
Sensor, Rear Defroster Relay
28
7.5A
Generic Electronic Module (GEM),
Radio
29
25A
Radio
30
25A
Power Seats
31
5A
Rear Blower Motor
32
5A
Heated Rear Window Switch
33
15A
Headlamps, Daytime Running Lamps
(DRL) Module, Instrument Cluster
34
5A
Rear Integrated Control Panel
35
15A
4X4 Module
36
15A
Trailer Tow Relay
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Power distribution box
The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment. The
power distribution box contains high-current fuses that protect your
vehicle’s main electrical systems from overloads.
Always disconnect the battery before servicing high current
fuses.
Always replace the cover to the Power Distribution Box before
reconnecting the battery or refilling fluid reservoirs.
If the battery has been disconnected and reconnected, refer to the
Battery
section of the
Maintenance and care
chapter.
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The high-current fuses are coded as follows.
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
1
50A**
Fuse Panel
2
Not Used
3
Not Used
4
Not Used
5
Not Used
6
50A**
ABS Pump Motor
7
30A**
Powertrain Control
8
Not Used
9
Not Used
10
Not Used
11
50A**
Ignition Switch
12
30A**
Windows/Roof
13
20A**
4X4 Motor
14
Not Used
1
2
3
4
5
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
6
7
8
9
10
55
49
46
48
54
53
52
51
56
56 B
56 A
50
50 B
50 A
48 B
48 A
46 B
46 A
47
47 B
47 A
45
45 B
45 A
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
15
Not Used
16
40A**
Blower Motor
17
30A**
Rear Defroster
18
Not Used
19
Not Used
20
Not Used
21
10A*
PCM Memory
22
15A*
Horn
23
20A*
Fuel Pump Motor
24
25A*
Headlamps
25
10A*
A/C Clutch Solenoid
26
Not Used
27
Not Used
28
30A*
4WABS Module
29
15A*
Foglamps
30
Not Used
31
Not Used
32
Not Used
33
15A*
DRL
34
15A*
Rear Wiper
35
Not Used
36
Not Used
37
Not Used
38
10A*
Left Low Beam
39
Not Used
40
Not Used
41
15A*
Heated Oxygen Sensors
42
10A*
Right Low Beam
43
Not Used
44
Not Used
45A
Wiper Hi/Low Relay
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
45B
Wiper Run/Park Relay
46A
Rear Washer Pump Relay
46B
Front Washer Pump Relay
47A
Rear Wiper Down Relay
47B
Rear Wiper Up Relay
48A
Fog Lamp Isolation Relay
48B
Fog Lamp Relay
49
Starter Relay
50A
Not Used
50B
Fuel Pump Relay
51
Not Used
52
Not Used
53
PCM Diode
54
PCM Relay
55
Blower Relay
56A
A/C Clutch Solenoid
56B
Horn Relay
*Mini fuses **Cartridge fuses
CHANGING THE TIRES
If you get a flat tire while driving, do not apply the brake heavily.
Instead, gradually decrease your speed. Hold the steering wheel firmly
and slowly move to a safe place on the side of the road.
Spare tire information
The spare tire can be used as a spare or a regular tire. On vehicles with
15” wheels, the wheel ornaments from the original wheel/tire may be
used on the spare.
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All occupants of the vehicle, including the driver, should always
properly wear their safety belts, even when an air bag SRS is
provided.
Always transport children 12 years old and under in the back
seat and always properly use appropriate child restraints.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
recommends a minimum distance of at least 25 cm (10 inches)
between an occupant’s chest and the driver air bag module.
Never place your arm over the air bag module as a deploying air
bag can result in serious arm fractures or other injuries.
Steps you can take to properly position yourself away from the air bag:
Move your seat to the rear as far as you can while still reaching the
pedals comfortably.
Recline the seat slightly (one or two degrees) from the upright
position.
Do not put anything on or over the air bag module. Placing
objects on or over the air bag inflation area may cause those
objects to be propelled by the air bag into your face and torso causing
serious injury.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the Air Bag
Supplemental Restraint System or its fuses. See your Ford or
Lincoln-Mercury dealer.
Modifications to the front end of the vehicle, including frame,
bumper, front end body structure and tow hooks may effect the
performance of the air bag sensors increasing the risk of injury. Do not
modify the front end of the vehicle.
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Do not use accessory seat covers. The use of accessory seat
covers may prevent the deployment of the side air bags and
increase the risk of injury in an accident.
Do not lean your head on the door. The side air bag could injure
you as it deploys from the side of the seatback.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the air bag
Supplemental Restraint System, its fuses or the seat cover on a
seat containing an air bag. See your Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealer.
All occupants of the vehicle including the driver should always
wear their safety belts even when an air bag SRS is provided.
How does the side air bag system work?
The side air bag system consists of
the following:
An inflatable nylon bag (air bag)
with a gas generator concealed
behind the outboard bolster of
the driver and front passenger
seatbacks.
A special seat cover designed to
allow airbag deployment.
The same warning light,
electronic control and diagnostic
unit as used for the front air
bags.
Two crash sensors located on the
“B” pillar.
Side air bags, in combination with
seat belts, can help reduce the risk of severe injuries in the event of a
significant side impact collision.
The side air bags are fitted on the outboard side of the seatbacks of the
front seats. In certain lateral collisions, the air bag on the side affected
by the collision will be inflated, even if the respective seat is not
Seating and safety restraints
96
Vehicles with a higher center of gravity such as utility and
four-wheel drive vehicles handle differently than vehicles with a
lower center of gravity. Utility and four-wheel drive vehicles are
not
designed for cornering at speeds as high as passenger cars any more
than low-slung sports cars are designed to perform satisfactorily under
off-road conditions. Avoid sharp turns, excessive speed and abrupt
maneuvers in these vehicles. Failure to drive cautiously could result in
an increased risk of vehicle rollover, personal injury and death.
Loaded vehicles, with a higher center of gravity, may handle
differently than unloaded vehicles. Extra precautions, such as
slower speeds and increased stopping distance, should be taken when
driving a heavily loaded vehicle.
Your vehicle has the capability to haul more cargo and people than most
passenger cars. Depending upon the type and placement of the load,
hauling people and cargo may raise the center of gravity of the vehicle.
Use extra caution while becoming familiar with your vehicle. Know the
capabilities and limitations of both you as a driver and your vehicle.
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OPERATION
Brake-shift interlock
This vehicle is equipped with a brake-shift interlock feature that prevents
the gearshift lever from being moved from P (Park) when the ignition is
in the ON position unless brake pedal is depressed.
If you cannot move the gearshift lever out of P (Park) with ignition in
the ON position and the brake pedal depressed:
1. Apply the parking brake, turn ignition key to LOCK, then remove the
key.
2. Insert the key and turn it to OFF. Apply the brake pedal and shift to N
(Neutral).
3. Start the vehicle.
If it is necessary to use the above procedure to move the gearshift lever,
it is possible that a fuse has blown or the vehicle’s brakelamps are not
operating properly. Refer to
Fuses and relays
in the
Roadside
emergencies
chapter.
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FUSES AND RELAYS
Fuses
If electrical components in the
vehicle are not working, a fuse may
have blown. Blown fuses are
identified by a broken wire within
the fuse. Check the appropriate
fuses before replacing any electrical
components.
Always replace a fuse with one that has the specified amperage
rating. Using a fuse with a higher amperage rating can cause
severe wire damage and could start a fire.
Standard fuse amperage rating and color
COLOR
Fuse
Rating
Mini
Fuses
Standard
Fuses
Maxi
Fuses
Cartridge
Maxi
Fuses
Fuse Link
Cartridge
2A
Grey
Grey
3A
Violet
Violet
4A
Pink
Pink
5A
Tan
Tan
7.5A
Brown
Brown
10A
Red
Red
15A
Blue
Blue
20A
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Blue
Blue
25A
Natural
Natural
30A
Green
Green
Green
Pink
Pink
40A
Orange
Green
Green
50A
Red
Red
Red
60A
Blue
Yellow
70A
Tan
Brown
80A
Natural
Black
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Passenger compartment fuse panel
The fuse panel is located on the left
hand side of the instrument panel
facing the driver’s side door. Pull the
panel cover outward to access the
fuses.
To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panel
cover.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
29
30
35
36
31
32
33
34
27
28
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The fuses are coded as follows:
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Passenger Compartment
Fuse Panel Description
1
5A
Power Mirror Switch
2
Not Used
3
7.5A
Left Stop/Turn Trailer Tow Connector
4
Not Used
5
15A
Park Lamps
6
15A (With
rear blower)
7.5A
(Without
rear blower)
Blower Motor Relay, Airbag Diagnostic
Monitor
7
7.5A
Right Stop/Turn Trailer Tow Connector
8
Not Used
9
7.5A
Brake Pedal Position Switch
10
7.5A
Speed Control/Amplifier Assembly, Generic
electronic Module (GEM), Shift Lock
Actuator, Blend Door Actuator, A/C -
Heater Assembly, Flasher, Overhead
Console, 4X4 Module
11
7.5A
Instrument Cluster, 4X4 Module
12
10A
Washer Pump Relay, Rear Washer Pump
Relay
13
15A
Brake Pedal Position Switch, Brake
Pressure Switch
14
10A
4 Wheel Anti-Lock Brake System (4WABS)
Module, 4WABS Main Relay
15
7.5A
Instrument Cluster
16
30A
Windshield Wiper Motor, Wiper Hi-Lo Relay,
Wiper Run/Park Relay
17
20A
Cigar Lighter, Data Link Connector
18
20A
Power Door Locks
19
25A
PCM Power Diode
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Passenger Compartment
Fuse Panel Description
20
7.5A
RAP Module, Generic Electronic Module
(GEM), Radio, Moonroof Relay, Power
Window Relay
21
15A
Flasher (Hazard)
22
20A
Auxiliary Power Socket
23
Not Used
24
7.5A
Starter Interrupt Relay, Anti-Theft
25
7.5A
Generic Electronic Module (GEM),
Instrument Cluster, Securi-Lock
26
10A
Battery Saver Relay, Interior Lamp Relay
27
15A
DRL, Backup Lamps Switch, DTR Sensor,
Rear Defroster Relay
28
7.5A
Generic Electronic Module (GEM), Radio
29
25A
Radio
30
25A
Power Seats
31
5A
Rear Blower Motor
32
5A
Heated Rear Window Switch
33
15A
Headlamps, Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
Module, Instrument Cluster
34
5A
Rear Integrated Control Panel
35
15A
4X4 Module
36
15A
Trailer Tow Relay
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Power distribution box
The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment. The
power distribution box contains high-current fuses that protect your
vehicle’s main electrical systems from overloads.
Always disconnect the battery before servicing high current
fuses.
Always replace the cover to the Power Distribution Box before
reconnecting the battery or refilling fluid reservoirs.
If the battery has been disconnected and reconnected, refer to the
Battery
section of the
Maintenance and care
chapter.
Roadside emergencies
139
The high-current fuses are coded as follows.
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box Description
1
50A**
Fuse Panel
2
Not Used
3
Not Used
4
Not Used
5
Not Used
6
50A**
ABS Pump Motor
7
30A**
Powertrain Control
8
Not Used
9
Not Used
10
Not Used
11
50A**
Ignition Switch
12
30A**
Windows/Roof
13
20A**
4X4 Motor
14
Not Used
15
Not Used
16
40A**
Blower Motor
1
2
3
4
5
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
6
7
8
9
10
55
49
46
48
54
53
52
51
56
56 B
56 A
50
50 B
50 A
48 B
48 A
46 B
46 A
47
47 B
47 A
45
45 B
45 A
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box Description
17
30A**
Rear Defroster
18
Not Used
19
Not Used
20
Not Used
21
10A*
PCM Memory
22
15A*
Horn
23
20A*
Fuel Pump Motor
24
25A*
Headlamps
25
10A*
A/C Clutch Solenoid
26
Not Used
27
Not Used
28
30A*
4WABS Module
29
15A*
Foglamps
30
Not Used
31
Not Used
32
Not Used
33
15A*
DRL
34
15A*
Rear Wiper
35
Not Used
36
Not Used
37
Not Used
38
10A*
Left Low Beam
39
Not Used
40
Not Used
41
15A*
Heated Oxygen Sensors
42
10A*
Right Low Beam
43
Not Used
44
Not Used
45A
Wiper Hi/Low Relay
45B
Wiper Run/Park Relay
46A
Rear Washer Pump Relay
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box Description
46B
Front Washer Pump Relay
47A
Rear Wiper Down Relay
47B
Rear Wiper Up Relay
48A
Fog Lamp Isolation Relay
48B
Fog Lamp Relay
49
Starter Relay
50A
Not Used
50B
Fuel Pump Relay
51
Not Used
52
Not Used
53
PCM Diode
54
PCM Relay
55
Blower Relay
56A
A/C Clutch Solenoid
56B
Horn Relay
*Mini fuses **Cartridge fuses
CHANGING THE TIRES
If you get a flat tire while driving, do not apply the brake heavily.
Instead, gradually decrease your speed. Hold the steering wheel firmly
and slowly move to a safe place on the side of the road.
Spare tire information
The spare tire can be used as a spare or a regular tire. On vehicles with
15” wheels, the wheel ornaments from the original wheel/tire may be
used on the spare.
Roadside emergencies
142