Q: Where is the FPDM on a 2007 Ford Expedition?

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Where is the FPDM located? It's not on a bracket on top of the frame behind the drivers rear tire or on a cross member around the spare tire well.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hey there. This video should help you locate the FPDM on the 2007 Expedition and resolve whatever problems you’re experiencing. If this doesn’t help - contact your local Ford dealership and ask them for a detailed schematic for your vehicle.

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