DEWALT’s DW2169 38-piece impact-driver-ready accessory set contains a wide array of add-ons that expand the task possibilities of an impact driver. It’s an ideal set for any contractor, construction worker, electricians, cabinet installer, DIY enthusiast, or other impact driver user who wants to increase the amount of jobs and situations within which they can use their impact driver. DW2169 38-Piece Accessory Set
At a Glance:
Rated up to 2000 inch-pounds of torque
Patented pivot holder allows for straight or angled driving
Precision-fabricated from shock-resistant steel, advanced hardening process
Deep sockets have deep thin wall design ideal for rugged areas
Deep sockets’ recessed corners evenly distribute torque
DEWALT’s DW2169 38-piece impact-driver-ready accessory set expands the situational uses of an impact driver (view larger). Sturdy and Ready to Work
The accessories in DEWALT’s DW2169 38-piece set are rated up to 2000 inch-pounds of torque, which mean
- Includes best in class, most common impact-driver accessories
- New patented pivot holder–drive straight or in pivot mode
- 38-piece set covers a wide variety of needs
- To be used with impact drivers and wrenches
List Price: $ 59.38
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Question by momofneely: Where is the Power Window fuse located on a 1997 Ford Expedition?
Where is the Power window fuse located on a 1997 Ford Expedition. We are using the owner’s manual and still cannot locate it. Or a website with a more detailed fuse and relay diagram. Please help.
No moon roof.
Answer by MasTec 1970
Need to know if this Expedition has the moon roof option or not? ALSO: When the power windows don’t work, is there anything else that doesn’t work along with them ,or any indicators of any kind on? Thanks for the addl. details, There is no fuse (i guess that is why you couldn’t find it) for the pwr.windows, they are powered by a circuit breaker that powers the ADR (accessory delay relay) I would suspect that you may have a broken wire in the door jamb wiring (inside the rubber boot) proceed as follows: 1. Access the driver’s power window switch. Check for power on the Light Blue/Black (LB/BK) wire when the key is on. This power comes from the Accessory delay relay (ACC) which gets its power from circuit breaker 601.
2. If there is no power, see if the scan tool can communicate with the Generic Electronic Module (GEM). The GEM module controls the ACC and energizes it when the key is turned on. The ACC relay is located in the Central Junction Box (CJB) and should click on when the key is turned on. If it does not click, try swapping relays and retest. If there is no communication with the GEM module, power and grounds will need to be checked at the GEM module. If there is good communication with the GEM module, address any codes retrieved. If there are no codes, the wire may be broken between the door and the door jamb.
3. If there is power on the LB/BK wire, then check for a good ground on the Black (BK) wire. This comes from G200 which is located behind the right inner cowl panel. If the ground is good at G200 but not at the switch, the wire is probably broken between the door and the door jamb.
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