Ford Flex - 2010 Fuse Box Diagram

Ford Flex - 2010 Fuse Box Diagram

Refrigerator:
Briefly press and
hold the COOL side of the
control.The indicator light on the
cool side of the switch will
illuminate and the indicator light on
the freeze side will glow when the
refrigerator is active. When in cool
mode the temperature will cool to
approximately 41°F (5°C). Briefly
press and hold COOL again to turn
off the refrigerator or briefly press
and hold FREEZE to switch over to
freezer mode.
Freezer:
Briefly press and hold the
FREEZE side of the control and
both indicator lights will illuminate
when the freezer is active. When in
freeze mode the temperature will
cool to approximately 23°F (-5°C).
Press FREEZE again to turn off the
freezer or press COOL to switch
over to refrigerator mode.
When the vehicle is turned off, the refrigerator/freezer will also turn off
and will turn back on to the last used mode (freeze or cool) once the
vehicle is restarted.
Cleaning and maintenance
The refrigerator/freezer is maintenance free, but you can clean the inside
of the unit and the cover with a mild soap and water solution when
needed.
Note:
Under certain conditions, condensation on the inside walls of the
refrigerator is normal.
AUXILIARY POWER POINT (12VDC)
Power outlets are designed for accessory plugs only. Do not insert
any other object in the power outlet as 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.
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Auxiliary power points can be found in the following locations:
Near the floor in the front console bin on the passenger’s side
In the center console utility compartment
On the rear of the center console, accessible from the rear seats
In the rear cargo area on the right trim 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. If the power point or cigar
lighter socket is not working, a fuse may have blown. Refer to
Fuses and
relays
in the
Roadside Emergencies
chapter for information on
checking and replacing fuses.
To have full capacity usage of your power point, the engine is required to
be running to avoid unintentional discharge of the battery. To prevent
the battery from being discharged:
do not use the power point longer than necessary when the engine is
not running,
do not leave battery chargers, video game adapters, computers and
other devices plugged in overnight or when the vehicle is parked for
extended periods.
Always keep the power point caps closed when not being used.
Power point (110 VAC) (if equipped)
The 110 VAC power point outlet is used for powering electrical devices
that require up to 150W. Exceeding the 150W limit will cause the power
point to cut off the power temporarily to provide overload protection.
Note:
The 110 VAC power point is
equipped with a safety cap and a
safety twist tab. They both provide
protection from inserting any object
into the power point other than the
110 VAC electrical device plug. The
safety cap should always be in a
closed position whenever the power
point outlet is not in use.
The 110 VAC power point is located
on the back of the center console.
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To properly position yourself away from the airbag:
Move your seat to the rear as far as you can while still reaching the
pedals comfortably.
Recline the seat slightly one or two degrees from the upright position.
WARNING:
Do not put anything on or over the air bag module.
Placing objects on or over the air bag inflation area may cause
those objects to be propelled by the air bag into your face and torso
causing serious injury.
WARNING:
Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the
airbag supplemental restraint systems or its fuses. See your
authorized dealer.
WARNING:
Modifying or adding equipment to the front end of
the vehicle (including frame, bumper, front end body structure
and tow hooks) may affect the performance of the airbag system,
increasing the risk of injury. Do not modify the front end of the
vehicle.
Children and airbags
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.
WARNING:
Airbags can kill
or injure a child in a child
seat.
NEVER
place a rear-facing
child seat in front of an active
airbag. If you must use a
forward-facing child seat in the
front seat, move the seat all the
way back.
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WARNING:
Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the
airbag SRS, its fuses or the seat cover on a seat containing an
airbag. Contact your authorized dealer as soon as possible.
WARNING:
All occupants of the vehicle should always wear
their safety belts even when an airbag SRS is provided.
How does the side airbag system work?
The design and development of the side airbag system included
recommended testing procedures that were developed by a group of
automotive safety experts known as the Side Airbag Technical Working
Group. These recommended testing procedures help reduce the risk of
injuries related to the deployment of side airbags.
The side airbag system consists of
the following:
An inflatable nylon bag (airbag)
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 airbags.
Two crash sensors mounted in the front doors (one on each side of
the vehicle).
Crash sensors located on the C pillars (one sensor on each pillar on
each side of the vehicle).
Side airbags, in combination with safety belts, can help reduce the risk of
severe injuries in the event of a significant side impact collision.
The side airbags are fitted on the outboard side of the seatbacks of the
front seats. In certain lateral collisions, the airbag on the side affected by
the collision will be inflated. The airbag was designed to inflate between
the door panel and occupant to further enhance the protection provided
occupants in side impact collisions.
The airbag SRS is designed to activate when the vehicle sustains lateral
deceleration sufficient to cause the sensors to close an electrical circuit
that initiates airbag inflation.
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WARNING:
Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the
Safety Canopy
±
system, its fuses, the A, B, C or D pillar trim, or
the headliner on a vehicle containing a Safety Canopy
±
. See your
authorized dealer.
WARNING:
All occupants of the vehicle including the driver
should always wear their safety belts even when an airbag SRS
and Safety Canopy
±
system is provided.
WARNING:
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
²
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 Airbag 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 readiness airbag light, electronic control and diagnostic unit
as used for the front airbags.
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Do not fill the power steering pump reservoir above the MAX mark on
the reservoir, as this may result in leaks from the reservoir.
If the steering wanders or pulls equipped with either EPS or hydraulic
steering system, check for:
an improperly inflated tire
uneven tire wear
loose or worn suspension components
loose or worn steering components
improper vehicle alignment
A high crown in the road or high crosswinds may also make the steering
seem to wander/pull.
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 on position unless the brake pedal is pressed.
If you cannot move the gearshift lever out of P (Park) with ignition in
the on position and the brake pedal pressed, 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 and the brakelamps are working properly, the
following procedure will allow you to move the gearshift lever from P
(Park):
1. Apply the parking brake, turn the
ignition key to the off position, and
remove the key.
2. Using a screwdriver (or similar
tool), carefully pry off and remove
the chrome trim ring (1) from the
shifter base.
3. Open the storage compartment
lid and carefully pry the trim panel
(2) up from rear attachments on the
storage compartment and disconnect it from the console.
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FUEL PUMP SHUT-OFF
In the event of a moderate to severe collision, this vehicle is equipped
with a fuel pump shut-off feature that stops the flow of fuel to the
engine. Not every impact will cause a shut-off.
Should your vehicle shut off after a collision due to this feature, you may
restart your vehicle by doing the following:
1. Turn the ignition switch to the off position.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the on position.
In some instances the vehicle may not restart the first time you try to
restart and may take one additional attempt.
WARNING:
Failure to inspect and if necessary repair fuel leaks
after a collision may increase the risk of fire and serious injury.
Ford Motor Company recommends that the fuel system be inspected
by an authorized dealer after any collision.
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.
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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
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
Yellow
70A
Tan
Brown
80A
Natural
Black
Black
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Passenger compartment fuse panel
The fuse panel is located under the instrument panel to the left of the
steering wheel.
The fuses are coded as follows.
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Protected Circuits
1
30A
Driver smart window motor
2
15A
Trailer tow stop/turn lamps
3
15A
Not used (spare)
4
30A
DC/AC inverter
5
10A
Keypad illumination, 3rd row
passenger seats, Brake
transmission shift interlock
6
20A
Turn signals
7
10A
Low beam headlamps (left)
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Protected Circuits
8
10A
Low beam headlamps (right)
9
15A
Interior lights, Cargo lamps
10
15A
Backlighting, Puddle lamps
11
10A
All wheel drive (AWD)
12
7.5A
Not used (spare)
13
5A
Keypad, Mirror switch, Memory
module, DSM logic, Adjustable
pedals
14
10A
Power liftgate module, Center
information display, SYNC
±
, GPS
module
15
10A
Climate control head
16
15A
Electronic finish panel, Navigation
Screen
17
20A
All power lock motor feeds,
Liftgate release
18
20A
2nd row power fold seats, Heated
seats
19
25A
Moon roof
20
15A
Data link connector, Memory seat
21
15A
Fog lamps, Fog lamp indicator
22
15A
Park lamps
23
15A
High beam headlamps
24
20A
Horn
25
10A
Demand lamps/Interior lamps,
Power fold seats
26
10A
Instrument panel cluster
27
20A
Ignition Switch
28
5A
Radio/navigation
29
5A
Instrument panel cluster
30
5A
Transmission shifter
31
10A
Not used (spare)
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Protected Circuits
32
10A
Restraint control module
33
10A
Not used (spare)
34
5A
Roll stability control, Refrigerator
relay coil
35
10A
Steering angle sensor, Rear park
assist, Active park assist, Heated
seat, AWD, DC/AC inverter
36
5A
Passive anti-theft system module
37
10A
Not used (spare)
38
20A
Trailer tow park lamps
39
20A
Radio/navigation
40
20A
Rear heated seats
41
15A
Switch illumination, Auto dimming
mirror, Moon roof, Mood lighting
42
10A
Not used (spare)
43
10A
Auxiliary climate control relay,
Rear window defroster relay, Rear
wiper
44
10A
Not used (spare)
45
5A
Wiper relay, climate control relay
46
7.5A
Occupant classification sensor
(OCS), Passenger airbag
deactivation indicator (PADI)
47
30A Circuit
Breaker
Power windows
48
Full ISO relay
Delayed accessory relay
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.
WARNING:
Always disconnect the battery before servicing high
current fuses.
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WARNING:
To reduce risk of electrical shock, always replace
the cover to the power distribution box before reconnecting the
battery or refilling fluid reservoirs.
If the battery has been disconnected and reconnected, refer to the
Battery
section of the
Maintenance and Specifications
chapter.
The high-current fuses are coded as follows:
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Protected Circuits
1
80A*
Passenger compartment fuse
panel power
2
80A*
Passenger compartment fuse
panel power
3
30A*
Trailer tow brake controller
4
30A*
Front wipers
5
30A*
Passenger power seat
6
20A*
Power point (instrument panel)
7
30A*
Amplifier
8
Not used
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Protected Circuits
9
40A*
Anti-lock brake system (ABS)
pump
10
30A*
Starter relay
11
30A*
Powertrain control module (PCM)
relay
12
20A*
ABS valve
13
20A**
Left high intensity discharge
(HID) headlamp
14
10A**
Brake on/off (BOO) switch
15
25A**
Rear wiper
16
20A**
Right HID headlamp
17
10A**
Alternator sensor
18
20A*
Rear power point
19
20A*
Instrument panel power point
20
40A*
Rear defroster
21
20A*
Console power point
22
20A*
Subwoofer amplifier
23
10A**
PCM keep alive power, Canister
vent
24
10A**
A/C clutch
25
15A**
Refrigerator
26
20A**
Backup relay
27
15A**
Fuel relay (Fuel pump driver
module, Fuel pump)
28
80A*
Cooling fan
29
Not used
30
30A*
Battery charge (trailer tow)
31
40A*
Auxiliary blower motor
32
30A*
Driver seat motor
33
30A*
3rd row power seats
34
30A*
Power liftgate
35
40A*
Front A/C blower
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Protected Circuits
36
10A**
Backup lamps
37
10A**
PCM run/start
38
10A**
Trailer tow backup lamps
39
Diode
Fuel diode
40
Diode
One touch integrated start diode
41
G8VA relay
Trailer tow park lamp
42
G8VA relay
Trailer tow stop/turn lamp (left)
43
G8VA relay
Trailer tow stop/turn lamp (right)
44
G8VA relay
Backup lamps relay
45
Not used
46
15A**
Vehicle power 2, Vehicle power 3
47
15A**
Vehicle power 1 – PCM power
(base engine only)
20A**
Vehicle power 1 – PCM power
(EcoBoost only)
48
15A**
Vehicle power – coils
49
10A**
Heated mirrors
50
HC micro relay
Blower motor
51
HC micro relay
Rear wiper
52
HC micro relay
Starter
53
HC micro relay
3rd row power seats
54
Not used
55
HC micro relay
Front wiper relay
56
HC micro relay
Rear window defroster
57
Not used
58
Not used
59
HC micro relay
Auxiliary blower motor
60
HC micro relay
Trailer tow battery charge
61
Not used
62
G8VA relay
Refrigerator
63
Not used
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Protected Circuits
64
HC micro relay
PCM
65
G8VA relay
A/C clutch
66
G8VA relay
Fuel pump
* Cartridge Fuses ** Mini Fuses
CHANGING THE TIRES
If you get a flat tire while driving, do not apply the brake heavily.
Instead, gradually decrease your speed. Hold the steering wheel firmly
and slowly move to a safe place on the side of the road.
Note:
The tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) indicator light will
illuminate when the spare tire is in use. To restore the full functionality
of the monitoring system, all road wheels equipped with tire pressure
monitoring sensors must be mounted on the vehicle.
Have a flat serviced by an authorized dealer in order to prevent damage
to the TPMS sensors, refer to
Tire pressure monitoring system
(TPMS)
in the
Tires, Wheels and Loading
chapter. Replace the spare
tire with a road tire as soon as possible. During repairing or replacing of
the flat tire, have the authorized dealer inspect the TPMS sensor for
damage.
WARNING:
The use of tire sealants may damage your Tire
Pressure Monitoring System and should only be used if it is
supplied with your vehicle as part of the original temporary mobility
kit.
WARNING:
Refer to
Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
in the
Tires, Wheels and Loading
chapter for important
information. If the tire pressure monitor sensor becomes damaged, it
will no longer function.
Dissimilar spare tire/wheel information
WARNING:
Failure to follow these guidelines could result in an
increased risk of loss of vehicle control, injury or death.
If you have a dissimilar spare tire/wheel, then it is intended for
temporary use only. This means that if you need to use it, you should
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