Ford Expedition - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Ford Expedition - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Do not attempt to service,
repair, or modify the Air
Bag Supplemental Restraint
System or its fuses. See your
Ford or Lincoln-Mercury dealer.
Children and air bags
For additional important safety
information, read all information
on safety restraints in this guide.
Children should always wear their
safety belts. Failure to follow these
instructions may increase the risk
of injury in a collision.
Rear-facing child seats or
infant carriers should
never be placed in the front
seats.
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3. Turn ignition key to Lock (2)
and remove the key.
4. Re-insert the ignition key and
turn it to Off (3).
5. Shift the transmission to
N(Neutral).
6. Start the vehicle.
If you need to use the above
procedure, it is possible that a fuse
has blown and your brakelamps
may not be functioning. Refer to
the
Roadside emergencies
chapter for instructions on
replacing fuses.
Do not drive your vehicle
until you verify that the
brakelamps are working.
3
2
1
5
4
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1. Turn the ignition switch to the
OFF position.
2. Check fuel system for leaks.
3. If no fuel leak is apparent, reset
the fuel pump shut-off switch by
pushing in the button on the
switch.
4. Turn the ignition switch to the
ON position. Pause for a few
seconds and return the key to the
OFF position.
5. Make a further check for leaks
in the fuel system.
FUSES AND RELAYS
If electrical components in the
vehicle are not working, a fuse
may have blown. Blown fuses are
identified by a broken element.
Check the appropriate fuses before
replacing any electrical
components.
Use the fuse puller tool provided
on the driver’s compartment fuse
panel cover to replace the fuses.
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.
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Even after a fuse is replaced, it
will continue to blow if the cause
of the overload is not identified
and corrected. If the fuse
continues to blow, have the
vehicle’s electrical system checked
by a qualified service technician.
Fuse ratings
Fuse rating
Color
5 amp
Beige
10 amp
Red
15 amp
Blue
20 amp
Yellow
25 amp
Natural
30 amp
Green
40 amp
Orange
50 amp
Red
60 amp
Blue
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Power network box
Slot number
Fuse
amperage
rating
Circuits protected
1
20 amp
Trailer tow backup & tail lamps
2
10 amp
Airbag diagnostic monitor
3
30 amp
Power locks
4
15 amp
Air suspension
5
20 amp
Horn
6
30 amp
Engine minifuse box fuses #3 and #5
7
15 amp
Park and tail lamps
8
30 amp
Headlamps
9
15 amp
Fog lamps and DRL
10
25 amp
Auxiliary instrument panel (I/P) power
point
11
25 amp
Auxiliary console power point
12
10 amp
Rear wiper
29
6
5
4
3
2
1
28
27
26
25
24
23
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
22
21
20
1
2
11
9
7
5
3
1
12
10
8
6
4
2
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Slot number
Fuse
amperage
rating
Circuits protected
13
30 amp
Auxiliary blower
14
60 amp
Four wheel anti-lock brake system
(4WABS)
15
50 amp
Air suspension compressor
16
40 amp
Trailer tow battery charge, engine
minifuse box fuse #2, engine minifuse
box fuse #4
17
30 amp
Four-wheel drive (4WD) transfer case
motor and clutch
18
30 amp
Driver power seat
19
20 amp
Fuel pump
20
50 amp
Junction box ignition switched feed
21
50 amp
Junction box ignition switched feed
22
50 amp
Junction box battery feed
23
40 amp
Front blower
24
30 amp
Powertrain control module power
25
30 C.B.
Windows
26
-
not used
27
40 amp
Heated backlite and mirrors
28
30 amp
Trailer tow electric brake
29
30 amp
Hybrid fan, moon roof, flip windows
Slot number
Description
1
-
not used
2
-
PCM diode
Slot number
Description
1
-
Windshield wipers high/low speed
2
-
Windshield wipers run/park
3
-
Front washer pump relay
4
-
Fuel pump relay
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Slot number
Fuse
amperage
rating
Circuits protected
5
-
Horn relay
6
-
PCM power relay
Engine mini fuse box
Slot number
Fuse
amperage
rating
Circuits protected
1
5 amp
Powertrain control module (PCM)
2
20 amp
Trailer tow stop/turn lamps
3
10 amp
Audio rear integrated control panel
(RICP), compact disc changer, radio
4
10 amp
Running board lamps
5
20 amp
Amplifier, subwoofer amplifier
6
-
Not used
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Primary battery fuses
Location
Amperage
Description
1
175
Power network box
megause
2
175
Alternator megafuse
3
20
Alternator field
minifuse
1
2
3
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Slot number
Amperage
Description
6
5 amp
Generic electronic module
(GEM), shift interlock, air
suspension module,
heated backlite (HBL)
relay, steering sensor, trip
computer, compass
7
5 amp
Console blower, auxiliary
blower relay coil
8
5 amp
GEM, radio, RAP module
9
-
Not used
10
-
Not used
11
30 amp
Front wiper motor, washer
motor
12
5 amp
OBDII scan tool connector
13
15 amp
Brake on/off switch, brake
pressure switch
14
15 amp
Interior lamps, delayed
accessory relay, rear wiper
relays
15
5 amp
GEM, passive anti-theft
system (PATS) module
16
20 amp
High beam headlamps,
high beam indicator
17
10 amp
Heated mirrors, heated
mirror switch
18
5 amp
Instrument and switch
illumination
19
10 amp
Airbag diagnostic monitor,
instrument cluster
20
5 amp
GEM, air suspension
module
21
15 amp
Starter relay, junction box
fuse #20
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Slot number
Amperage
Description
22
10 amp
Airbag diagnostic monitor
23
10 amp
Electronic flasher, 4WD
vacuum solenoids, trailer
tow battery charge relay,
console climate door
actuator, auxiliary blend
and mode door actuators,
auxiliary pot switching
module
24
10 amp
I/P blower relay, junction
fuse box #7
25
5 amp
4WABS module, 4WABS
red lamps relay
26
10 amp
Right low beam head
lamp, DRL module
27
5 amp
Foglamp relay, main lamp
switch
28
10 amp
Left low beam headlamp
29
5 amp
Auto lamp module,
instrument cluster,
transmission control
indicator light and switch
30
30 amp
Ignition coils, PCM relay,
PATS module, radio
capacitors
31
-
Not used
Slot number
Amperage
Description
1
-
Interior lamp relay
2
-
Battery saver relay
3
-
HBL relay
4
-
One touch down relay
5
-
Accessory delay relay
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3. Engine oil dipstick (For more
information on the engine oil
dipstick location and maintenance,
refer to
Checking and adding
engine oil
in this chapter.)
4. Brake fluid reservoir
5. Engine compartment fuse panel
6. Engine coolant reservoir
7. Air cleaner filter
8. Power steering fluid reservoir
9. Engine oil filler cap
10. Washer fluid reservoir
CHECKING AND ADDING
ENGINE OIL
Use WSS-M2C153–F motor oil
CERTIFIED FOR GASOLINE
ENGINES by the American
Petroleum Institute.
Engine oils with an SAE 5W-30
viscosity and displaying the
American Petroleum Institute
certification mark are preferred for
your vehicle. They provide the best
engine performance, fuel economy
and engine protection for all
climates down to –25°C (-15°F).
Do not use:
“non-detergent” oils
oils labeled API SA, SB, SC, SD,
SE, SF or SG
additional engine oil additives,
oil treatments or engine
treatments
Additional engine oil additives, oil
treatments or engine treatments
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