Ford Transit Connect - 2007 Fuse Box Diagram

Ford Transit Connect - 2007 Fuse Box Diagram

Horn.
C
Instrument cluster.
See
Instruments
(page 55).
D
Digital clock.
See
Clock
(page 82).
E
Wiper lever.
See
Wipers and washers
(page 39).
F
Air vents.
See
Air vents
(page 65).
G
Hazard warning flasher switch.
See
Hazard warning flashers
(page 45).
H
Audio equipment. See separate handbook.
I
Climate controls.
See
Climate control
(page 64).
J
Heated windscreen/heated rear window switches.
See
Climate
control
(page 64).
K
Ashtray/storage.
See
Convenience features
(page 82).
L
Recirculated air/air conditioning switches.
See
Climate control
(page 64).
M
Cigar lighter/auxiliary power socket.
See
Convenience features
(page 82).
N
Ignition switch.
See
Ignition switch
(page 88).
O
Steering wheel adjustment.
See
Adjusting the steering wheel
(page 37).
P
Audio control.
See
Audio control
(page 37).
Q
Fuses.
See
Fuses
(page 103).
R
Headlamp levelling control.
See
Headlamp levelling
(page 43).
S
56
Instruments
FUSE BOX LOCATIONS
WARNING
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 an
expert.
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Auxiliary fuse box
A
Central fuse box
B
Auxiliary fuse box
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Note:
Have MAXI fuses (Fuses 1
9
in the auxiliary fuse box) replaced by
an expert.
The auxiliary fuse box is located at
the rear of the engine compartment.
To remove the lid, release the clip
and the hinge on the sides and lift the
lid off. When replacing the lid, press
down on both sides of the hinge
(positions
1
and
2
) to ensure it is
closed properly.
Central fuse box
Left-hand drive
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103
Fuses
The central fuse box is located
behind the trim of the instrument
panel.
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To gain access to the fuse box,
remove the panel trim.
Right-hand drive
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The central fuse box is located
behind the glove box in the
instrument panel.
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Fuse chart label
A
Fuses
B
To gain access to the fuse box, fold
the glove compartment down.
CHANGING A FUSE
WARNING
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.
FUSE LABELS
The fuse chart label located on the
rear side of the panel trim will help
you identify the fuses. Depending on
the vehicle variant the necessary
fuses and relays may vary.
104
Fuses
The fuse chart label shows
rectangles representing a fuse or
relay. The following information is
shown in the rectangles:
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Number of the fuse
A
Symbol of the function
B
Ampere rating of the fuse
C
Symbols on the fuse label
See Owner
s handbook
Airbag
ABS
Dipped beam, daytime
running lamps
Main beam
Rear fog lamps
Light switch
Windscreen wipers
Rear window wiper
Heated windscreen
Heated rear window
Heated exterior mirrors
Electric exterior mirrors
Electric front windows
Heated seats
Cooling fan
Cigar lighter, front auxiliary
power socket
Horn
Engine management
105
Fuses
Fuel pump (diesel)
Glow plugs (diesel)
Battery, alternator, data link
connector
Instrument cluster, engine
management
Side and tail lamps
Air conditioning
Central locking
Rear auxiliary power socket
A/C switch, heated
windscreen, fuel fired heater
Heater blower motor
Ignition overload, central
fuse box
Glow plug heater I + II, fuel
fired heater
Ignition switch
Brake lamps
Interior lamps
Reversing lamp, heated
washer jets
Water-in-fuel
FUSE SPECIFICATION
CHART
The following fuses and relays are
identified by the See Owner
s
handbook symbol in the fuse charts
in your vehicle.
Auxiliary fuse box
Circuits protected
Ampere
rating
Fuse
Fuel pump motor (vehicles with a diesel engine)
15
12
Glow plug heater II (vehicles with a diesel engine)
40
18
HEGO sensors (vehicles with a petrol engine)
10
Air conditioning clutch solenoid
10
26
106
Fuses
Central fuse box
Circuits protected
Ampere
rating
Fuse
Audio system (memory and power)
15
31
Audio system (accessory)
7.5
40
Hazard warning flashers, door lock, parking aid,
instrument cluster, engine immobiliser
7.5
48
Air conditioning switch
7.5
59
Direction indicators, door lock module
15
61
107
Fuses
Raise the bonnet and support it with
the end of its strut in the retainer
3
ensuring it is secure.
To close, lower the bonnet and allow
it to drop into the catch for the last
20-30 cm.
Always check to ensure that the
bonnet lock is fully engaged.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW - 1.8L DURATEC-
DOHC (ZETEC)
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Power steering fluid reservoir
1
.
See
Power steering fluid check
(page 117).
A
Engine oil filler cap.
1
.
See
Engine oil check
(page 114).
B
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir
1
.
See
Brake and clutch fluid
check
(page 116).
C
Auxiliary fuse box.
See
Fuses
(page 103).
D
Air cleaner.
E
Washer fluid reservoir.
See
Washer fluid check
(page 117).
1
F
112
Maintenance
Battery.
See
Vehicle battery
(page 121).
G
Engine oil dipstick
1
.
See
Engine oil check
(page 114).
H
Engine coolant reservoir
1
.
See
Engine coolant check
(page 115).
I
1
The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW - 1.8L
DURATORQ-TDDI (KENT) DIESEL/1.8L DURATORQ-
TDCI (KENT) DIESEL
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Power steering fluid reservoir
1
.
See
Power steering fluid check
(page 117).
A
Engine oil filler cap
1
.
See
Engine oil check
(page 114).
B
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir
1
.
See
Brake and clutch fluid
check
(page 116).
C
Auxiliary fuse box.
See
Fuses
(page 103).
D
113
Maintenance