Ford Escape Hybrid - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

Ford Escape Hybrid - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

5. To prolong the life of the wiper blades, it is highly recommended to
scrape off the ice on the windshield before turning on the wipers. The
layer of ice has many sharp edges and can damage the micro edge of the
wiper rubber element.
TILT STEERING WHEEL
To adjust the steering wheel:
1. Pull down the steering column tilt
lever.
2. Move the steering wheel up or
down until you find the desired
location.
3. Push the steering column tilt
lever up. This will lock the steering
wheel in position.
Never adjust the steering wheel when the vehicle is moving.
AUXILIARY POWER POINT (12V)
Power outlets are designed for accessory plugs only. Do not insert
any other object in the power outlet for this will damage the
outlet and blow the fuse. Do not hang any type of accessory or
accessory bracket from the plug. Improper use of the power
outlet can cause damage not covered by your warranty.
The auxiliary power point is located
in the floor console. Cigarette lighter
(if equipped) is located in the
instrument panel.
Do not use the power point for
operating the cigarette lighter
element (if equipped).
To prevent the fuse from being
blown, do not use the power
point(s) over the vehicle capacity of
12 VDC/180W.
To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not use the power
point longer than necessary when the engine is not running.
Always keep the power point caps closed when not being used.
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Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the air bag
supplemental restraint systems or its fuses. See your Ford or
Lincoln Mercury dealer.
Modifications to the front end of the vehicle, including frame,
bumper, front end body structure, tow hooks and B-pillar
surrounding parts may affect the performance of the air bag sensors
increasing the risk of injury. Do not modify the front end of the
vehicle.
Additional equipment may affect the performance of the air bag
sensors increasing the risk of injury. Please refer to the
Body
Builders Layout Book
for instructions about the appropriate
installation of additional equipment.
Children and air bags
Children must always be properly
restrained. Accident statistics
suggest that children are safer when
properly restrained in the rear
seating positions than in the front
seating position. Failure to follow
these instructions may increase the
risk of injury in a collision.
Air bags can kill or injure a
child in a child seat.
NEVER
place a rear-facing child
seat in front of an active air bag. If
you must use a forward-facing
child seat in the front seat, move
the seat all the way back.
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Do not lean your head on the door. The Safety Canopy
±
could
injure you as it deploys from the headliner.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the Safety Canopy
±
system, its fuses, the A, B, or C pillar trim, or the headliner on a
vehicle containing a Safety Canopy
±
. See your Ford or Lincoln
Mercury dealer.
All occupants of the vehicle including the driver should always
wear their safety belts even when an air bag SRS and Safety
Canopy
±
system is provided.
To reduce risk of injury, do not obstruct or place objects in the
deployment path of the inflatable Safety Canopy
±
.
How does the Safety Canopy
µ
system work?
The design and development of the
Safety Canopy
±
system included
recommended testing procedures
that were developed by a group of
automotive safety experts known as
the Side Air Bag Technical Working
Group. These recommended testing
procedures help reduce the risk of
injuries related to the deployment of
side airbags (including the Safety
Canopy
±
).
The Safety Canopy
±
system
consists of the following:
An inflatable nylon curtain with a
gas generator concealed behind
the headliner and above the doors
(one on each side of vehicle).
A headliner designed to flex open
above the side doors to allow Safety Canopy
±
deployment.
The same warning light, electronic control and diagnostic unit as used
for the front airbags.
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Do not lean your head on the door. The side air bag could injure
you as it deploys from the side of the seatback.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the air bag SRS, its
fuses or the seat cover on a seat containing an air bag. See your
Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealer.
All occupants of the vehicle should always wear their safety belts
even when an air bag SRS is provided.
How does the side air bag system work?
The design and development of the
side air bag system included
recommended testing procedures
that were developed by a group of
automotive safety experts known as
the Side Air Bag Technical Working
Group. These recommended testing
procedures help reduce the risk of
injuries related to the deployment of
side air bags.
The side air bag system consists of
the following:
An inflatable nylon bag (air bag)
with a gas generator concealed
behind the outboard bolster of
the driver and front passenger
seatbacks.
A special seat cover designed to allow airbag deployment.
The same warning light, electronic control and diagnostic unit as used
for the front air bags.
Two crash sensors located on the lower portion of the b-pillar (one on
each side of the vehicle).
Side air bags, in combination with seat belts, can help reduce the risk of
severe injuries in the event of a significant side impact collision.
The side air bags are fitted on the outboard side of the seatbacks of the
front seats. In certain lateral collisions, the air bag on the side affected
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PREPARING TO DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE
Utility vehicles have a significantly higher rollover rate than
other types of vehicles.
In a rollover crash, an unbelted person is significantly more likely
to die than a person wearing a safety belt.
Your vehicle has larger tires and increased ground clearance, giving the
vehicle a higher center of gravity than a passenger car.
Vehicles with a higher center of gravity such as utility and
four-wheel drive vehicles handle differently than vehicles with a
lower center of gravity. Utility and four-wheel drive vehicles are
not
designed for cornering at speeds as high as passenger cars any more
than low-slung sports cars are designed to perform satisfactorily under
off-road conditions. Avoid sharp turns, excessive speed and abrupt
maneuvers in these vehicles. Failure to drive cautiously could result in
an increased risk of loss of vehicle control, vehicle rollover, personal
injury and death.
Loaded vehicles, with a higher center of gravity, may handle
differently than unloaded vehicles. Extra precautions such as
slower speeds and increased stopping distance should be taken when
driving a heavily loaded vehicle.
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OPERATION
Brake-shift interlock
This vehicle is equipped with a brake-shift interlock feature that prevents
the gearshift lever from being moved from P (Park) when the ignition is
in the RUN position unless brake pedal is depressed.
If you cannot move the gearshift lever out of P (Park) with ignition in
the RUN position and the brake pedal depressed, it is possible that a
fuse has blown or the vehicle
s brakelamps are not operating properly.
Refer to
Fuses and relays
in the
Roadside Emergencies
chapter.
If the fuse is not blown, perform the following procedure:
1. Apply the parking brake.
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To reset the switch(es):
1. Turn the ignition LOCK.
2. Check the fuel system for leaks.
3. If no leaks are apparent, reset the switch by pushing in on the reset
button. Both switches should be checked and reset.
4. Turn the ignition RUN.
5. Wait a few seconds and return the key to LOCK.
6. Make another check for leaks.
If you see or smell fuel, do not reset the fuel pump shut-off or try to
start your vehicle; you could injure yourself or others. Have all the
passengers get out of the vehicle and call the local fire department or a
towing service.
FUSES AND RELAYS
Fuses
If electrical components in the
vehicle are not working, a fuse may
have blown. Blown fuses are
identified by a broken wire within
the fuse. Check the appropriate
fuses before replacing any electrical
components.
Note:
Always replace a fuse with one that has the specified amperage
rating. Using a fuse with a higher amperage rating can cause severe wire
damage and could start a fire.
Standard fuse amperage rating and color
COLOR
Fuse
rating
Mini fuses
Standard
fuses
Maxi
fuses
Cartridge
maxi
fuses
Fuse link
cartridge
2A
Grey
Grey
3A
Violet
Violet
4A
Pink
Pink
5A
Tan
Tan
7.5A
Brown
Brown
15
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COLOR
Fuse
rating
Mini fuses
Standard
fuses
Maxi
fuses
Cartridge
maxi
fuses
Fuse link
cartridge
10A
Red
Red
15A
Blue
Blue
20A
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Blue
Blue
25A
Natural
Natural
30A
Green
Green
Green
Pink
Pink
40A
Orange
Green
Green
50A
Red
Red
Red
60A
Blue
Yellow
70A
Tan
Brown
80A
Natural
Black
Passenger compartment fuse panel
The fuse panel is located on the
right-hand side of the center
console, by the instrument panel.
Remove the panel cover to access
the fuses.
To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panel
cover.
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The fuses are coded as follows:
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Passenger Compartment Fuse
Panel Description
1
Not used
2
5A*
Spare
3
15A*
Front and rear park lamps
4
10A*
Ignition switch
5
2A*
Powertrain Control Module (PCM
relay)
6
15A*
Stop lamps
7
10A*
Instrument cluster, Power mirror
switch, Radio
8
Not used
9
30A**
Power door locks
10
15A*
Rear defroster switch indicator
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Passenger Compartment Fuse
Panel Description
11
15A*
Spare
12
5A*
Radio
13
Not used
14
Not used
15
30A**
Power windows
16
15A*
Subwoofer
17
15A*
Low beams
18
10A*
4x4
19
Not used
20
15A*
Horn
21
10A*
Rear wiper motor, Rear wiper
washer
22
10A*
Instrument cluster
23
5A*
Spare
24
20A*
Cigar lighter
25
20A*
Front wiper motor, Front wiper
washer
26
5A*
Climate control system mode
switch
27
5A*
Traction (high voltage) Battery
Control Module (TBCM), Injectors
28
10A*
Instrument cluster
29
10A*
Back-up lamps
30
Not used
31
Not used
32
10A*
Spare
33
15A*
Air bag module
34
5A*
Brake System Control Module
(BSCM), Power Steering Control
Module (PSCM)
35
5A*
4x4, Power point (110V AC)
* Mini fuse ** Cartridge fuse
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Power distribution box
The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment. The
power distribution box contains high-current fuses that protect your
vehicle
s main electrical systems from overloads.
Always disconnect the low voltage (underhood) battery before
servicing high current fuses.
To reduce risk of electrical shock, always replace the cover to
the power distribution box before reconnecting the low voltage
(underhood) battery or refilling fluid reservoirs.
If the low voltage (underhood) battery has been disconnected and
reconnected, refer to the
Low Voltage (Underhood) Battery
section of
the
Maintenance and Specifications
chapter.
The fuses are coded as follows.
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
1
5A*
Brake module
2
10A*
Climate control
3
5A*
Transaxle Control Module (TCM)
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
4
7.5A*
Traction (High voltage) Battery
Control Module (TBCM),
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
5
5A*
Interlock
6
15A*
PCM power
7
15A*
Heated Exhaust Gas Oxygen
(HEGO) sensors
8
10A*
TCM VPWR
9
20A*
Fuel pump
10
30A*
Bussed power feed to PDB fuses
1, 2, 3, 4
11
20A*
Fog lamps
12
25A*
Exterior lighting
13
25A*
B+ lighting
14
30A*
Power point (110V AC)
15
20A*
Ignition main
16
15A*
A/C clutch
17
20A*
Power point
18
30A*
Injectors, COP (Coil-on-plug)
19
40A**
Climate control blower
20
40A**
Cooling fan #1
21
40A**
PCM power
22
40A**
SJB power (Passenger
conpartment fuse box) power #1
23
40A**
SJB (Passenger compartment fuse
box) power #2
24
50A**
BSCM #1
25
50A**
Power Steering Control Module
(PSCM) #1
26
50A**
TBCM (High voltage battery)
cooling fans and jump start
27
40A**
Cooling fan #2
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
28
30A**
Rear defroster
29
Not used
30
40A**
SJB (Passenger compartment fuse
box) power #3
31
50A**
BSCM #2
32
50A**
PSCM #2
001
Relay
Power sustain for PCM, TBCM
and Transaxle Control Module
(TCM)
002
Relay
PCM power
003
Relay
Injector
004
Relay
Auxiliary coolant pump
005
Relay
Motor/Electronic coolant pump
006
Relay
Fog lamps
007
Relay
A/C clutch
Diode 01
A/C clutch
Diode 02
Not used
* Mini fuse **Cartridge fuse
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Auxiliary relay box
The relay box is located on the radiator support (left of the hood latch).
Fuse/Relay Location
Description
Relay 1
Driver side cooling fan
Relay 2
Passenger side cooling fan (low-speed)
Relay 3
Passenger side cooling fan (high-speed)
JUMP STARTING YOUR VEHICLE (LOW VOLTAGE [UNDERHOOD]
BATTERY ONLY)
Your vehicle has two separate jump starting procedures; the following
procedure is for the low voltage (underhood) battery only. Refer to
Jump starting the high voltage battery
in this chapter for information
on jump starting the high voltage battery.
The gases around the battery can explode if exposed to flames,
sparks, or lit cigarettes. An explosion could result in injury or
vehicle damage.
1
2
3
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