Ford Endeavour - 2014 Fuse Box Diagram

Ford Endeavour - 2014 Fuse Box Diagram

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POWER WINDOWS
(
IF EQUIPPED
)
The ignition must be switched ON for the
power windows to operate.
WARNINGS
Make sure the opening is clear
before closing a window:
Closing power windows are dangerous.
A person’s hands, head, or even neck
could be caught by the window and
result in serious injury or even death.
This warning applies especially
to children.
WARNINGS
Never allow children to play with
power window switches:
Power window switches that are not
locked with the power window lock
switch would allow children to operate
power windows unintentionally which
could result in serious injury if a child’s
hands, head or neck becomes caught
by the window.
CAUTION
To prevent burning out the fuse
and damaging the power window
system, do not open or close more than
two windows at once.
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Operating the Driver’s Side
Power Window
Manual opening/closing
To open the window to the desired
position, lightly hold down the switch. To
close the window to the desired position,
lightly pull up the switch.
MASTER CONTROL SWITCHES
Close
Open
Driver's window
Auto-opening/closing
To fully open the window automatically,
press the switch completely down,
then release. The window will fully open
automatically.
To fully close the window automatically,
pull the switch completely up, then
release. The window will fully
close automatically.
To stop the window partway, pull or
press the switch in the opposite direction
and then release it.
Knowing Your Ford
Doors and Locks
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Note:
Only the trip meters record tenths of
kilometres (miles).
The trip record will be erased when:
The power supply is interrupted
(blown fuse or the battery is
disconnected).
The vehicle is driven over 999.9
km (mile).
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Tachometer
The tachometer shows engine speed
in thousands of revolutions per minute
(rpm).
2.5L TDCi
3.0L TDCi
Red zone
CAUTION
Do not run the engine with the
tachometer needle in the RED
ZONE. This may cause severe engine
damage.
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Engine Coolant Temperature
Gauge
The engine coolant temperature gauge
shows the temperature of the engine
coolant.
If the needle is near H, it indicates
overheating.
CAUTION
Driving with an overheated engine
can cause serious engine damage
(page 161).
Driving Your Ford
Instrument Cluster and Indicators
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Maintenance and Care
Owner Maintenance
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
OVERVIEW
Fuel filter
Brake/Clutch fluid reservoir
Engine oil filler cap
Engine oil dipstick
Engine coolant reservoir
Power steering fluid reservoir
Battery
Washer fluid reservoir
Cooling system cap
Air filter
Fuse block
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REAR/MAP LIGHTS
Edge
3.
Install the new bulb in the reverse
order of the removal procedure.
Luggage compartment light
1.
Wrap a small flathead screwdriver
with a soft cloth to prevent damage
to the lens and remove the lens by
carefully prying on the edge of the
lens.
2.
Disconnect the bulb by pulling it out.
3.
Install the new bulb in the reverse
order of the removal procedure.
FUSES
Your vehicle’s electrical system is
protected by fuses.
If any lights, accessories, or controls
don’t work, inspect the appropriate
circuit protector. If a fuse has blown, the
inside element will be melted.
If the same fuse blows again, avoid
using that system and consult an expert
repairer, we recommend an Authorised
Ford Dealer as soon as possible.
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Fuse Replacement
Replacing the fuses on the driver’s
side
If the electrical system does not work,
first inspect the fuses on the driver’s side.
4.
Make sure the ignition is switched
off, and other switches are off.
5.
Open the fuse panel cover.
Fuse panel cover
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Owner Maintenance
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6.
Pull the fuse straight out with the
fuse puller provided on the fuse
panel.
Fuse puller
7.
Inspect the fuse and replace it if it’s
blown.
Normal
Blown
8.
Insert a new fuse of the same
amperage rating, and make
sure it fits tightly. If it does not fit
tightly, have an expert install it. We
recommend an Authorised Ford
Dealer.
If you have no spare fuses, borrow
one of the same rating from a circuit
not essential to vehicle operation,
such as the CIGAR circuit.
CAUTION
Always replace a fuse with one of
the same rating. Otherwise you
may damage the electric system.
9.
Reinstall the cover and make sure
that it is securely installed.
Replacing the fuses under the
bonnet
If the headlights or other electrical
components do not work and the fuses
in the cabin are normal, inspect the
fuse block under the bonnet. If a fuse is
blown, it must be replaced. Follow these
steps:
1.
Make sure the ignition is switched
off, and other switches are off.
2.
Remove the fuse block cover.
Fuse block cover
Tab
3.
If any fuse but the MAIN fuse is
blown, replace it with a new one
of
the same amperage rating.
Normal
Blown
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Owner Maintenance
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WARNINGS
Do not replace the main fuse by
yourself. Have an Authorised Ford
Dealer perform the replacement:
Replacing the fuse by yourself is
dangerous because the MAIN fuse is a
high current fuse. Incorrect replacement
could cause an electrical shock or a
short circuit resulting in a fire.
4.
Reinstall the cover and make sure
that it is securely installed.
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Fuse Panel Description
Fuse block (Engine compartment)
DESCRIPTION
FUSE
RATING
PROTECTED COMPONENT
1
MAIN
80 A
For protection of all circuits
2
GLOW
60 A
Glow plug
3
IG KEY1
40 A
Engine control system, Instrument cluster, Lighter, Power
Windows
4
BTN2
60 A
Headlights
5
INJ/FIP
20 A
Fuel system
6
ABS
40 A
ABS motor, Hazard, Brake lights
7
PTC/AT
AT controller module
30 A
8
IG KEY2
60 A
Air conditioner, Windscreen wiper and washer
9
BTN1
60 A
Air conditioner, Rear defogger, Door lock, ABS solenoid,
Power windows, Room, Tail lights, Fog lights
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Owner Maintenance
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Fuse block (Driver’s side)
DESCRIPTION
FUSE
RATING
PROTECTED COMPONENT
1
CIGAR
20 A
Lighter
(IF EQUIPPED)
, Radio, Remote control mirror, Power out let
2
R.WIP
10 A
Rear window wiper and washer
3
WIPER
15 A
Windscreen wiper and washer
4
A/C2
10 A
Air conditioner, ABS relay
5
D.LOCK
30 A
Power door locks
6
7
ABS/SOL
20 A
ABS solenoid
8
STOP
15 A
Brake lights, Horn
9
HAZARD
10 A
Direction Indicators
10
METER
15 A
Instrument cluster, Reverse lights,
Direction indicators,
(IF EQUIPPED)
RFW
11
ENGINE
15 A
Engine control system
12
P.POINT
15 A
Power point
13
A/C
10 A
Magnet clutch
(IF EQUIPPED)
14
DEFOG
20 A
Rear defogger
15
F.OPEN
15 A
Fuel flap opener
16
HEAD RH
15 A
Headlight (Right)
17
HEAD LH
15 A
Headlight (Left)
18
FOG
15 A
Fog lights
(IF EQUIPPED)
19
TAIL
10 A
Tail lights, Position lights, Number plate lights
20
ROOM
15 A
Overhead lights, Audio
21
R.A/C
20 A
Air conditioner
22
P.WIND
30 A
Power windows
(IF EQUIPPED)
Maintenance and Care
Owner Maintenance
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Clock
Clock button
Hour set button
Audio control dial
Display
Minute set button
The figure is an example showing the type A unit.
Setting the time
The clock can be set at any time when
the ignition is switched to ACC or ON.
2.
To adjust the time, press the clock
button (
CLOCK
) for about 2
seconds until a beep is heard.
The clock’s current time will flash.
3.
To advance the hours, press the
hour set button (
H
). To advance
the minutes, press the minute set
button (
M
) while the time is flashing.
4.
Press the clock button (
CLOCK
)
again to start the clock.
Note:
Switching between 12 and 24-hour
clock time:
Press the audio control dial several
times until 12 and 24-hour clock
time are displayed. Turn the audio
control dial in either direction, select
the desired clock setting while the
preferred clock time is flashing.
If the power supply to the unit is
interrupted (if the fuse blows or the
vehicle’s battery is disconnected),
the clock will need to be reset.
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Operating the Radio (Type A)
Channel preset buttons
Band selector buttons
Display
Manual tuning dial
Auto memory button
Seek tuning buttons
Scan button
Channel preset buttons
Radio ON
Press a band selector button (
AM,
FM1/2
) to turn the radio on.
Band selection
Choose AM by pressing the AM button
(
AM
) and FM by pressing the FM1/2
button (
FM1/2
).
The selected mode will be indicated. If
FM stereo is being received, “ST” will be
displayed.
Note:
If the FM broadcast signal
becomes weak, reception automatically
changes from STEREO to MONO for
reduced noise, and the “ST” indicator will
go out.
Audio System
Tuning
The radio has the following tuning
methods: Manual, Seek, Scan, Preset
channel, and Auto memory tuning. The
easiest way to tune stations is to set
them on preset channels.
Note:
If the power supply is
interrupted (fuse blows or the battery is
disconnected), the preset channels will
be erased.
MANUAL TUNING
Turning the manual tuning dial will
change the frequency higher or lower.
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SEEK TUNING
Pressing the seek tuning button (
q
,
p
)
will cause the tuner to seek a higher or
lower frequency automatically.
Note:
If you continue to press and hold
the button, the frequency will continue
changing without stopping.
SCAN TUNING
Press the scan button (
SCAN
) to
automatically sample strong stations.
Scanning stops at each station for about
5 seconds. To hold a station, press the
scan button (
SCAN
) again during this
interval.
PRESET CHANNEL TUNING
The 6 preset channels can be used to
store 6 AM and 12 FM stations.
1.
To set a channel first select AM,
FM1, or FM2. Tune to the desired
station.
2.
Depress a channel preset button
for about 2 seconds until a beep
sound is heard. The preset channel
number and station frequency will
be displayed. The station is now held
in the memory.
3.
Repeat this operation for the other
stations and bands you want to
store. To tune one in the memory,
select AM, FM1, or FM2 and then
press its channel preset button. The
station frequency and the channel
number will be displayed.
Note:
If the power supply is
interrupted (fuse blows or the battery is
disconnected), the preset channels will
be erased.
AUTO MEMORY TUNING
This is especially useful when driving
in an area where the local stations are
not known. Additional AM/FM stations
can be stored without disturbing the
previously set channels.
Press and hold the auto memory button
(
AUTO-M
) for about 2 seconds until
a beep sound is heard; the system will
automatically scan and temporarily
store up to 6 stations with the strongest
frequencies in each selected band in that
area.
After scanning is completed, the station
with the strongest frequency will be
tuned and its frequency displayed.
Press and release the auto memory
button (
AUTO-M
) to recall stations from
the auto-stored stations. One stored
station will be selected each time; its
frequency and channel number will be
displayed.
Note:
If no stations can be tuned
after scanning operations, “A” will be
displayed.
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Operating the Radio (Type B)
Channel preset buttons
Band selector buttons
Display
Manual tuning dial
Auto memory
button
Programme-type information
button
Traffic announcement button
Seek tuning buttons
Scan button
Channel preset buttons
Radio ON
Press a band selector button (
AM,
FM1/2
) to turn the radio on.
Band selection
Press the AM button (
AM
) to select MW
or LW.
Press the FM1/2 button (
FM1/2
) to
switch between FM1 and FM2.
The selected mode will be indicated. If
FM stereo is being received, “ST” will be
displayed.
Note:
If the FM broadcast signal
becomes weak, reception automatically
changes from STEREO to MONO for
reduced noise, and the “ST” indicator will
go out.
Tuning
The radio has the following tuning
methods: Manual, Seek, Scan, Preset
channel, and Auto memory tuning. The
easiest way to tune stations is to set
them on preset channels.
Note:
If the power supply is
interrupted (fuse blows or the battery is
disconnected), the preset channels will
be cancelled.
MANUAL TUNING
Turning the manual tuning dial will
change the frequency higher or lower.
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SEEK TUNING
Pressing the seek tuning button (
p
,
q
)
will cause the tuner to seek a higher or
lower frequency automatically.
Note:
If you continue to press and hold
the button, the frequency will continue
changing without stopping.
SCAN TUNING
Press the scan button (
SCAN
) to
automatically sample stations with the
strongest frequencies. Scanning stops
at each station for about five seconds.
To hold a station, press the scan button
(
SCAN
) again during this interval.
PRESET CHANNEL TUNING
The 6 preset channels can be used to
store 6 MW/LW and 12 FM stations.
1.
To set a channel first select MW/LW,
FM1, or FM2. Tune to the desired
station.
2.
Depress a channel preset button
for about 2 seconds until a beep is
heard. The preset channel number
and station frequency will be
displayed. The station is now held in
the memory.
3.
Repeat this operation for the other
stations and bands you want to
store. To tune one in the memory,
select MW/ LW, FM1, or FM2 and
then press its channel preset button.
The station frequency and the
channel number will be displayed.
Note:
If the power supply is interrupted
(fuse blows or the battery is
disconnected), the preset channels
will be cancelled.
The station’s call sign is displayed
while FM is selected.
AUTO MEMORY TUNING
This is especially useful when driving in
an area where the local stations are not
known.
Press and hold the auto memory
button (
AUTO-M
) for about 2 seconds
until a beep is heard; the system will
automatically scan and temporarily
store up to 6 stations with the strongest
frequencies in each selected band in that
area.
After scanning is completed, the station
with the strongest frequency will be
tuned and its frequency displayed. Press
and release the auto memory button
(
AUTO-M
) to recall stations from the
auto-stored stations. One stored station
will be selected each time; its frequency
and channel number will be displayed.
Note:
If no stations can be tuned after
scanning operations, “A” will be
displayed.
The station’s call sign is displayed
while FM is selected.
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