In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Ford,
with photos of block diagrams and their locations.
Highlighted the cigarette lighter fuse (as the most popular thing people look for).
Get tips on blown fuses, replacing a fuse, and more.
|Fuse||Ampere Rating [A]||Description|
|1||20||Horns, cigar lighter|
|2||14||Courtesy, dome, map, luggage & glove compartment lights, seat belt latch relay, clock feed, ignition key warning, headlight buzzer|
|3||4||Instrument panel, cluster, ash tray & cigar lighter illumination|
|4||14||Heater & defroster|
|5||4||Instrument & Cluster Lamps, Radio, Heater and A/C Controls, Clock, Ash Tray Lamp|
|6||15||Back-up lights, radio, windshield washer, turn signal warning system|
|7||20||Accessory feed, power window relay and rear window defroster|
|Fuse||Circuit(s) protected||Ampere ratting [A]||Location|
|1||Headlight Circuit||12||Circuit breaker integral with lighting switch|
|2||Parking, Marker, License, Tail, & Shift Quadrant Lights, Headlight Warning Relay||15||Circuit breaker integral with lighting switch|
|3||Stop Lights & Emergency Warning System||15||Circuit breaker on relay panel above glove box|
|4||Power Windows, Top, Seats & Seat Back Latch, Engine Compartment Light||20||Circuit breaker on starter relay|
|5||Windshield Wiper||7||Circuit breaker integral wiper switch|
|6||Power Window & Seat Motors||—||Circuit breaker in motors|
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
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