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).
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Fuse box diagram
|1||25||Heater blower motor, headlamp flasher|
|3||15||Windscreen wiper motor, windscreen washer pump (vehicles without headlamp wash)|
|4||10||Reversing lamps, stop lights, heated rear window|
|5||10||Fuel and temperature gauges, ignition warning light, oil pressure warning light, low brake fluid warning light, diesel thermostart warning light|
|6||15||Tailgate wiper motor, tailgate washer pump|
|10||10||Right hand side and tall lights, instrument panel illumination|
|11||10||Left hand side and tail lights, licence plate lamps|
|12||10||Right hand dipped beam|
|13||10||Left hand dipped beam|
|14||10||Rear fog lamps, headlamp power wash timer|
|16||10||Right hand main beam, main beam warning lamp|
|17||10||Left hand main beam|
|18||10||Front courtesy lamp, rear interior lamps, windscreen washer pump (vehicles with headlamp wash), ciock/tachograph, radio|
|19||20||Hazard warning lights|
|20||25||Headlamp power wash, cigarette lighter|
|21||20||Heated rear window|
|23||–||Positions for five spare fuses|
|A||Automatic transmission inhibitor|
|F||Heated rear window|
|G||Direction Indicator flasher (heavy duty if trailer towing specified)|
|H||Headlamp power wash|
|I||Intermittent windscreen wipe|
|J||Intermittent rear screen wipe|
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
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