Question about 2004 Ford Focus
Go to ford owners .Com and download your manual then go to roadside emergencies and you will see both your passenger and power distribution box diagrams and with fuse values store it on your phone and computer this is priceless in the middle of the night better then just telling you what and where and you'll thank me for it maybe 2 years from now when your stuck somewhere also vehicle info which is must needed capacities alarm key fob programming etc.Happy Thanksgiving to all of you who read this and this turkeys got to run I hear shots in the distance HA!HA! Good luck stephen
Posted on Nov 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The fuse panel is located to the lower left of the steering wheel. Remove the 2 hex screws holding it in place and turn it around. The fuse (63) is somewhat hidden behind a wiring harness. Replace the fuse and try the locks. If they work your are good, if it blows again you have to find the location of the shortage, thats where I'm stuck :(
Posted on May 29, 2008
Problem with 2001 1.6 Focus which i was going to purchase for the wife, but problem with central locking! key fob totally dead even when i tried the reprogramming trick (key in ignition press button several times) and when locking/unlocking manually, central locking only working intermittently! Please help regards steve
Posted on May 30, 2009
yes there is if you drop down the glove box lid and remove the bolts holding the fuse box. unclip the fues box and pull it down. turn the fuse box around and there is a fuse on the back (i thing its a 15amp)
this is the other fuse for the central locking.
please let me know if this helps
big mike :)
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Yes they are on the same fuse. If changing the fuse doesn't fix the problem check the passenger footwell for dampness as water can get into the convenience control unit from a possible leaking pollen filter housing. If there is no dampness, the control unit could still cause this problem and it;s situated under the carpet in the passenger footwell.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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