Q: Does a 1999 Explorer have an ACC ignition position?

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Does a 1999 Explorer have an ACC ignition position? I'm pretty sure it does but there is nothing on the steering column and no mention in the owners manual. Thanks.

My car has 107500 miles.

You will have only lock, off, ignition on and start positions on this year vehicle. You do have an accessory position and need to turn your key backwards from the lock position.

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