Ford Thunderbird - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

Ford Thunderbird - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

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 the 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
Lincoln Mercury dealer.
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 air bag system, increasing
the risk of injury. Do not modify the front end of the vehicle.
Children and air bags
For additional important safety information, read all information on
safety restraints in this guide.
Children must always be properly restrained. 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 and turn the passenger air bag off. Refer to
Passenger air
bag ON/OFF switch
in this chapter of the owner
s guide.
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3.
Medical condition:
A passenger has a medical condition that,
according to his or her physician:
poses a special risk for the passenger if the air bag deploys and
makes the potential harm from the passenger air bag deployment
greater than the potential harm from turning OFF the air bag and
experiencing a crash without the protection offered by the air bag
This vehicle has special energy management safety belts for the
driver and right front passenger. These particular belts are
specifically designed to work with air bags to help reduce the risk of
injury in a collision. The energy management safety belt is designed to
give or release additional belt webbing in some accidents to reduce
concentration of force on an occupant
s chest and reduce the risk of
certain bone fractures and injuries to underlying organs. In a crash, if
the air bag is turned OFF, this energy management safety belt might
permit the person wearing the belt to move forward enough to incur a
serious or fatal injury. The more severe the crash, and the heavier the
occupant, the greater the risk is. Be sure the air bag is turned ON for
any person who does not qualify under the Transport Canada
deactivation criteria.
Side air bag system
Do not place objects or mount equipment on or near the air bag
cover on the side of the seatbacks of the front seats or in front
seat areas that may come into contact with a deploying air bag. Failure
to follow these instructions may increase the risk of personal injury in
the event of a collision.
Do not use accessory seat covers. The use of accessory seat
covers may prevent the deployment of the side air bags and
increase the risk of injury in an accident.
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.
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uneven tire wear
loose or worn suspension components
loose or worn steering components
improper steering alignment
A high crown in the road or high crosswinds may also make the steering
seem to wander/pull.
Speed sensitive steering
The steering in your vehicle is speed sensitive. At high speeds, steering
assist will decrease to improve steering feel. At lower speeds,
maneuverability will be increased.
If the amount of effort required to steer your vehicle changes while
driving at a constant vehicle speed, have the power steering system
checked by your dealer or a qualified service technician.
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:
1. Apply the parking brake, turn ignition key to LOCK, then remove the
key.
2. Insert the key and turn it to OFF.
Apply the brake pedal and shift
to N (Neutral).
When the key is in the ignition and in the OFF position, the
automatic transmission shift lever can be moved from the P
(Park) position without the brake pedal depressed. To avoid unwanted
vehicle movement, always set the parking brake.
3. Start the vehicle.
If it is necessary to use the above procedure to move the gearshift lever,
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.
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FUEL PUMP SHUT-OFF SWITCH
FUEL
RESET
This device stops the electric fuel pump from sending fuel to the engine
when your vehicle has had a substantial jolt.
After an accident, if the engine cranks but does not start, this switch
may have been activated.
This switch is located in the driver
s
footwell, behind the kick panel.
To reset the switch:
1. Turn the ignition OFF.
2. Check the fuel system for leaks.
3. If no leaks are apparent, reset the
switch by pushing in on the reset
button.
4. Turn the ignition ON.
5. Wait a few seconds and return
the key to OFF.
6. Make another check for leaks.
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
70A
Tan
Brown
80A
Natural
Black
Passenger compartment fuse panel
The fuse panel is located on the right-hand side kick 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
5A
Starter relay coil
2
5A
Radio start signal
3
5A
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) module
4
5A
Cluster, Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) relay coil, Inertia switch,
Transmission park switch
5
5A
Traction control switch, Cruise
deactivation brake switch and
transmission mode switch
6
10A
OBD II connector
7
5A
PCM, Remote Keyless Entry (RKE),
Anti-theft indicator
8
5A
Right-hand turn/park lamp and side
marker
SEE
OWNER'S MANUAL
RELAY 1
REPLACEMENT
FUSES
FUSE 8
FUSE 9
FUSE 10
FUSE 11
FUSE 12
FUSE 13
FUSE 14
FUSE 15
FUSE 16
FUSE 17
FUSE 18
FUSE 19
FUSE 20
FUSE 21
FUSE 1
FUSE 2
FUSE 3
FUSE 4
FUSE 5
FUSE 6
FUSE 7
FUSE 22
FUSE 23
FUSE 24
FUSE 25
FUSE 26
FUSE 27
FUSE 28
FUSE 29
FUSE 30
FUSE 31
FUSE 32
FUSE 33
FUSE 34
FUSE 35
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Passenger Compartment Fuse
Panel Description
9
15A
Right-hand headlamp
10
5A
Left-hand turn/park lamp and side
marker
11
15A
Left-hand headlamp
12
10A
Passenger air bag on/off switch
indicator
13
5A
Cluster
14
10A
Air bag module
15
5A
Not used (spare)
16
5A
Driver and passenger heated seat
modules
17
5A
Cluster
18
20A
Radio, Central imaging amplifier
19
20A
Tilt/Tele motors
20
10A
Front Electronics Module (FEM), Dual
Automatic Temperature Control
(DATC), Cluster
21
10A
Not used (spare)
22
10A
Not used (spare)
23
10A
Not used (spare)
24
5A
Passive anti-theft transceiver
25
10A
Not used (spare)
26
3A
Windshield wiper module
27
10A
Radio
28
10A
Not used (spare)
29
5A
DATC
30
5A
FEM
31
10A
Glove box and foot well lamps
32
20A
Cigar lighter
33
10A
FEM (Dimmer control lamps)
34
5A
Outside mirrors
35
5A
Brake pedal switch
Relay 1
Not used
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Front power distribution box
The front 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 battery before servicing high current
fuses.
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.
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The high-current fuses are coded as follows.
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
1
10A*
A/C clutch
2
15A*
Heated wiper park
3
10A*
Park lamp
4
15A*
Horn
5
15A*
Fuel injectors
6
15A*
Transmission solenoids
7
Not used
8
20A*
Power point
9
Not used
10
Not used
11
15A*
Heated Exhaust Gas Oxygen
(HEGO) sensors
12
15A*
Coil-on-plug
RELAY
14
RELAY
15
RELAY
11
RELAY
12
RELAY
10
13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
RELAY
13
RELAY 08
DIODE
RELAY 04
RELAY 05
RELAY 01
RELAY 09
RELAY 06
RELAY 02
RELAY 07
RELAY 03
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
13
Not used
14
30A**
ABS module power
15
Not used
16
30A**
Blower motor
17
Not used
18
40A**
PCM
19
Not used
20
Not used
21
30A**
Starter solenoid
22
40A**
ABS pump
23
Not used (fuse plug)
24
30A**
Wiper module
Relay 01
Not used
Relay 02
Not used
Relay 03
1/2 ISO Relay
Coil-on-plug and HEGOs
Relay 04
1/2 ISO Relay
Heated wiper park relay
Relay 05
1/2 ISO Relay
Auxiliary coolant pump
Relay 06
1/2 ISO Relay
Horn
Relay 07
Not used
Relay 08
1/2 ISO Relay
A/C clutch
Relay 09
60A**
Cooling fan motor
Relay 10
Full ISO Relay
Blower motor
Relay 11
Not used
Relay 12
Not used
Relay 13
Not used
Relay 14
Full ISO Relay
PCM
Relay 15
Full ISO Relay
Starter motor
Diode
PCM relay coil
*Mini fuses **Cartridge fuses
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Rear power distribution box
The rear power distribution box is
located in the luggage compartment
under the spare tire well cover. The
power distribution box contains
high-current fuses that protect your
vehicle
s main electrical systems
from overloads.
Always disconnect the battery before servicing high current
fuses.
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.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
> PBT <
MINI-FUSE
SEE OWNER'S MANUAL
CONSULTER LA GUIDE
CARTRIDGE FUSE
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
10 11
RELAY
001
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
RELAY
002
RELAY
003
RELAY
004
RELAY
005
RELAY
006
RELAY
007
DIODE 01
DIODE 02
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The high-current fuses are coded as follows.
Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
1
15A*
Rear Electronics Module (REM)
2
5A*
License plate lamp and rear side
markers
3
10A*
Left rear stop/turn/tail lamp
4
10A*
Luggage compartment lamp,
Map/courtesy overhead lamp,
Homelink transmitter
5
5A*
REM - Hard top sense
6
10A*
Back-up lamps
7
10A*
Right rear stop/turn/tail lamp
8
5A*
Center high-mounted stop lamp
9
Not used
10
15A*
Passenger heated seat
11
15A*
Driver heated seat
12
5A*
REM
13
Not used
14
5A*
Convertible top relay coil
15
5A*
Alternator sense
16
Not used
17
15A*
Fuel pump
18
20A*
Subwoofer amplifier
19
30A**
Driver power seat
20
30A**
FEM - Left front window
21
Not used
22
20A**
Ignition switch
23
30A**
SSP4
24
30A**
SSP3
25
40A**
Passenger compartment fuse
panel
26
30A**
Passenger power seat
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Fuse/Relay
Location
Fuse Amp
Rating
Power Distribution Box
Description
27
30A**
SSP1
28
30A**
REM -Right front window
29
30A**
Rear defroster
30
Not used
31
40A**
Convertible top motor
32
30A**
SSP2
Relay 001
Full ISO
SSP1
Relay 002
Full ISO
SSP4
Relay 003
Full ISO
Rear defroster
Relay 004
Full ISO
SSP3
Relay 005
Full ISO
SSP2
Relay 006
Not used
Relay 007
1/2 ISO
Fuel pump
Diode 01
Not used
Diode 02
1A
Fuel pump relay coil
*Mini fuses **Cartridge 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.
The use of tire sealants may damage your tires.
Temporary spare tire information
Your vehicle may have a temporary or full-size spare tire. The temporary
spare tire for your vehicle is labeled as such. It is smaller than a regular
tire and is designed for emergency use only. Drive cautiously and replace
the temporary spare tire as soon as possible.
If you use the temporary spare tire continuously or do not follow
these precautions, the tire could fail, causing you to lose control
of the vehicle, possibly injuring yourself or others.
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