Ford Focus - 2001 Fuse Box Diagram

Ford Focus - 2001 Fuse Box Diagram

Instrumentation
6
Page 22
Luggage
compartment
control
Page 21,
59
Direction
indicators/
high beam
Page 8-19
Instrument
cluster
Page 60
Wiper lever
Page 61-64
Speed control
Page 59
Steering wheel
adjustment
Page 58
Ignition switch
Page 20-21
Headlamp control
Page 22
Panel dimmer
control
Page 169-176
Fuse panel
Seating and safety restraints
103
NHTSA
recommends a
minimum distance of
at
least 25±cm (ten [10] inches)
between an
occupant's chest and
the
air
bag
module.
Never place your arm over
the air
bag
module as a
deploying air bag
can result in
serious arm fractures or
other
injuries.
Steps you
can take to properly
position yourself away from the
air
bag:
Move your seat to the
rear as far
as
you
can while still reaching the
pedals comfortably.
Recline your seat slightly (one or
two degrees) from the
upright
position.
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.
Do not
attempt to service,
repair, or
modify the
Air
Bag
Supplemental Restraint
System or
its fuses. See
your Ford
or
LincolnĆMercury dealer.
Seating and safety restraints
109
Do
not attempt to service,
repair, or
modify the
air
bag
Supplemental Restraint System or
its
fuses. See
your Ford or
LincolnĆMercury dealer.
All
occupants of the
vehicle
including the driver should
always wear their safety belts
even when an
air bag
SRS is
provided.
How does the side air bag
system work?
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.
The same warning light,
electronic control and diagnostic
unit as
used for
the front air
bags.
Two
crash sensors located under
the
outboard side of the
front seats,
attached to the floor.
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.
Driving
145
If
it is
necessary to use
the
above
procedure to move the
gearshift, 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.
Do
not drive your vehicle
until you
verify that the
brakelamps are
working.
If
your vehicle gets stuck in
mud or
snow it
may be
rocked out by
shifting between forward and
reverse gears, stopping between
shifts, in a
steady pattern. Press
lightly on
the accelerator in
each
gear.
Do
not rock the
vehicle for
more than a
few minutes or
excessively spin the wheels.
The transaxle and tires may be
damaged or
the
engine may
overheat.
Always
set
the parking
brake fully and
make sure
the
gearshift is
latched in
P
(Park). Turn off
the ignition
whenever you
leave your vehicle.
Roadside emergencies
169
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.
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.
Roadside emergencies
170
Standard fuse amperage rating and color
Color
Fuse
rating
Mini fuses
Standard
fuses
Maxi fuses
Fuse link
cartridge
2A
3A
4A
5A
7.5A
10A
15A
20A
25A
30A
40A
50A
60A
70A
80A
Grey
Violet
Pink
Tan
Brown
Red
Blue
Yellow
Natural
Green
-
-
-
-
-
Grey
Violet
Pink
Tan
Brown
Red
Blue
Yellow
Natural
Green
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Yellow
-
Green
Orange
Red
Blue
Tan
Natural
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Blue
-
Pink
Orange
Red
Yellow
Brown
Black
Passenger compartment fuse
panel
The
fuse panel is
located below and
to
the
left
of the steering wheel by
the
brake pedal. Remove the
panel
cover to view the fuses.
Access the fuses from below the
panel cover.
Roadside emergencies
171
The
fuses and relays are
coded as
follows.
Roadside emergencies
172
Passenger compartment fuse panel
Fuse
Fuse
amp.
rating
Description
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
7.5
15
10
15
20
7.5
7.5
-
-
10
-
-
-
15
20
-
15
7.5
7.5
25
7.5
ABS
Radio
Light switch
Hazard flasher
Horn
Interior lamps, power mirrors
Central timer, electronic modules
Not used
Not used
BackĆup lamps
Not used
Not used
Not used
Rear wiper
Fog lamps
Not used
Cigar lighter
Side lights (left)
Side lights (right)
Rear defrost
Radio, central timer
Roadside emergencies
173
Passenger compartment fuse panel
Fuse
Fuse
amp.
rating
Description
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
-
-
10
15
20
25
25
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
-
20
Not used
Not used
BackĆup lamps
Brake lamps
Front wipers
Front power windows
Rear power windows
Air
conditioning, recirculated air
Electronic modules, instrument cluster
Air
bag module
Light switch
Not used
Central lock module (on
back side of
fuse panel)
Relays in the passenger compartment fuse panel
Relay
Description
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Starter
Rear
intermittent wiper (may be
incorporated with relay 19)
Front intermittent wiper (may be
incorporated with relay 18)
Not
used
Not
used
Not
used
Horn
Battery saver
Rear defrost
Roadside emergencies
174
Power distribution box
The
power distribution box
is
located in
the engine compartment.
The power distribution box
contains highĆcurrent fuses that
protect your vehicle's main
electrical systems from overloads.
Always disconnect the
battery before servicing
high current fuses.
Always replace the
cover to
the Power Distribution Box
before reconnecting the
battery
or
refilling fluid reservoirs.
The highĆcurrent fuses are
coded as follows.
Roadside emergencies
175
Power distribution box
Fuse
Fuse
amp.
rating
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
64
65
40
30
-
-
-
50
40
30
20
10
30
15
-
-
-
10
10
10
-
10
20
20
-
-
-
10
10
-
-
30
-
Main power supply to electrical system
Engine cooling fan (A/C) 2nd
fuse
Not used
Not used
Not used
Engine cooling fan (A/C) 1st
fuse
Main power supply to electrical system
Ignition
Engine management
Battery voltage sensor, diagnostic plug
ABS
Fuel pump
Not used
Not used
Not used
Low beam (left side)
Low beam (right side)
Heated oxygen sensors
Not used
Engine management
ABS
DRL (low beams)
Not used
Not used
Not used
High beam (left side)
High beam (right side)
Not used
Not used
Heater blower motor
Not used
Maintenance and care
195
IDENTIFYING COMPONENTS IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT
2.0 SPI engine
Battery
Windshield
washer
fluid
reservoir
Engine coolant
reservoir
(marked red
and black)
Brake/clutch
fluid
reservoir
Engine oil
filler cap
Transaxle
fluid
dipstick
Power
steering±fluid
reservoir
Air
filter
assembly
Fuse
box
Engine oil
dipstick
For
ease of identification, most filler caps and the
engine oil
dipstick are
marked yellow and black.
Maintenance and care
196
IDENTIFYING COMPONENTS IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT
2.0 Zetec-E engine
Battery
Windshield
washer
fluid
reservoir
Engine coolant
reservoir
(marked red
and
black)
Brake/clutch
fluid
reservoir
Engine oil
filler cap
Engine oil
dipstick
Power
steering±fluid
reservoir
Air
filter
assembly
Fuse
box
Transaxle
fluid
dipstick
For
ease of
identification, most filler caps and
the
engine oil
dipstick are
marked yellow and black.
Roadside emergencies
127
FUSES
Switch off the ignition and
all the electrical equipment
before changing a fuse.
Always replace a faulty fuse with a
new one of the same rating.
Auxiliary
fuse box
Central
fuse box
Any improper alterations to
the electrical or fuel system
can endanger the safety of the
vehicle as they could constitute a
fire hazard or cause engine
damage. Have any work involving
these systems or the replacement
of relays or high current carrying
fuses carried out by experts.
Auxiliary fuse box
This is located on the left-hand side
of the engine compartment.
To check or replace a fuse, remove
the cover of the fuse box by
releasing the catch and lifting up.
Changing a fuse
A fuse puller is located in the lid of
the auxiliary fuse box.
Roadside emergencies
128
Fuses in the auxiliary fuse box
(in the engine compartment)
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
Circuits protected
1
1
40
orange
Main power supply to electrical system
2
Not used
3
40
orange
Glow plug heater 2
4
1
50
red
Heated front screen
5
1
60
blue
Diesel glow plug
6
1
30
green
Engine cooling fan (air conditioning)
7
1
40
orange
Main power supply to electrical system
8
1
30
green
Ignition
9
1
20
yellow
Engine management
10
1
black
Battery voltage sensor
11
30
green
ABS pump
12
15
blue
Fuel pump, diesel injection pump
13
30
green
Headlight washer system
14
10
red
Daytime running lights (parking lights)
15
10
red
A/C clutch solenoid
16
15
blue
Dipped beam left-hand side
17
15
blue
Dipped beam right-hand side
1
The replacement of these fuses requires specialist knowledge.
Roadside emergencies
129
Fuses in the auxiliary fuse box
(in the engine compartment)
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
Circuits protected
18
10
red
H02S sensor transmitter
(catalytic converter)
19
Not used
20
10
red
Engine management
21
20
yellow
ABS valves
22
20
yellow
Daytime running lights (Xenon headlights
only)
23
20
yellow
Auxiliary heater (diesel engine), power sup-
ply for battery backup sounder
(ST170 only)
24
30
green
Glow plug heater 1,
subwoofer
(ST170 only)
25
15
blue
Daytime running lights (conventional
headlights only)
26
10
red
Main beam left-hand side
27
10
red
Main beam right-hand side
28
10
red
Heated front screen, diesel fuel fired heater,
diesel engine
29
30
green
Engine cooling fan (air conditioning)
64
30
green
Heater blower motor
65
30
green
Engine cooling fan
1
The replacement of these fuses requires specialist knowledge.
Roadside emergencies
130
Central fuse box
This is located on the left-hand side
underneath the instrument panel.
Open the glove compartment. Push
in both sides of the glove
compartment and swivel it down
completely.
Roadside emergencies
131
Central fuse box
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
Circuits protected
30
10
red
Light switch
31
15
blue
Radio
32
15
blue
Direction indicator (GEM)
33
20
yellow
Horn, power seat
34
20
yellow
Power sunroof
35
7.5
brown
Interior lights, power mirrors
36
7.5
brown
Electronic modules, instrument
cluster
37
25
white
Power windows, central global
closing (left-hand side)
38
25
white
Power windows, central global
closing (right-hand side)
39
Not used
40
10
red
Reversing light
41
7.5
brown
Radio (accessory)
42
15
blue
Brake lights
43
15
blue
Power windows, rear screen wiper
44
20
yellow
Front and rear fog lights
45
7.5
brown
Air conditioning, recirculated air
46
7.5
brown
ABS module
47
15
blue
Cigar lighter, centre power point
48
10
red
Data link connector
49
25
white
Heated rear screen
50
7.5
brown
Heated mirrors
Roadside emergencies
132
Central fuse box
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
Circuits protected
51
Not used
52
15
blue
Heated front seats
53
10
red
Reversing light, heated washer jets
54
Not used
55
25
white
Front power windows
56
20
yellow
Front screen wiper
57
7.5
brown
Side lights right-hand side
58
7.5
brown
Side lights left-hand side
59
10
red
Light switch
60
7.5
brown
Air bag module
61
7.5
brown
Electronic modules, instrument
cluster
62
7.5
brown
Number plate lights
63
20
yellow
Central locking (on the rear side of
the fuse box)
Maintenance and care
147
Engine compartment
Position
Description
See page
Power steering fluid reservoir
154
Engine oil filler cap
1
152
Brake/clutch fluid reservoir
152
Auxiliary fuse box
127
Air cleaner
No maintenance
necessary
Screen washer fluid reservoir
154
Battery
139
Vehicle identification plate
158
Engine oil dipstick
1
151
Engine coolant reservoir
153
1
For easy identification, filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are marked in colour.
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