Ford F-250 - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

Ford F-250 - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
WARNINGS
Airbags do not inflate slowly or
gently, and the risk of injury from a
deploying airbag is the greatest close
to the trim covering the airbag module.
All occupants of your vehicle,
including the driver, should always
properly wear their safety belts, even
when an airbag supplemental restraint
system is provided. Failure to properly wear
your safety belt could seriously increase
the risk of injury or death.
Always transport children 12 years
old and under in the back seat and
always properly use appropriate
child restraints. Failure to follow this could
seriously increase the risk of injury or death.
Never place your arm over the airbag
module as a deploying airbag can
result in serious arm fractures or
other injuries.
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 upon which
the child seat is installed all the way back.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the airbag supplemental
restraint systems or its fuses as you
could be seriously injured or killed. Contact
your authorized dealer as soon as possible.
Several airbag system components
get hot after inflation. To avoid risk
of injury, do not touch them after
inflation.
If the airbag has deployed, the airbag
will not function again and must be
replaced immediately. If the airbag
is not replaced, the unrepaired area will
increase the risk of injury in a crash.
The airbags are a supplemental restraint
system and are designed to work with the
safety belts to help protect the driver and
right front passenger from certain upper
body injuries. Airbags do not inflate slowly;
there is a risk of injury from a deploying
airbag.
Note:
You will hear a loud bang and see a
cloud of harmless powdery residue if an
airbag deploys. This is normal.
The airbags inflate and deflate rapidly
upon activation. After airbag deployment,
it is normal to notice a smoke-like, powdery
residue or smell the burnt propellant. This
may consist of cornstarch, talcum powder
(to lubricate the bag) or sodium
compounds (for example, baking soda)
that result from the combustion process
that inflates the airbag. Small amounts of
sodium hydroxide may be present which
may irritate the skin and eyes, but none of
the residue is toxic.
While the system is designed to help
reduce serious injuries, contact with a
deploying airbag may also cause abrasions
or swelling. Temporary hearing loss is also
a possibility as a result of the noise
associated with a deploying airbag.
Because airbags must inflate rapidly and
with considerable force, there is the risk of
death or serious injuries such as fractures,
facial and eye injuries or internal injuries,
particularly to occupants who are not
properly restrained or are otherwise out of
position at the time of airbag deployment.
Thus, it is extremely important that
occupants be properly restrained as far
away from the airbag module as possible
while maintaining vehicle control.
Routine maintenance of the airbags is not
required.
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Supplementary Restraints System
After all occupants have adjusted their
seats and put on seatbelts, it is very
important that they continue to sit
properly. Properly seated occupants sit
upright, lean against the seat back, and
center themselves on the seat cushion,
with their feet comfortably extended on
the floor. Sitting improperly can increase
the chance of injury in a crash event. For
example, if an occupant slouches, lies
down, turns sideways, sits forward, leans
forward or sideways, or puts one or both
feet up, the chance of injury during a crash
greatly increases.
Children and Airbags
WARNING
Airbags can kill or injure a child in a
child restraint. Never place a
rear-facing child restraint in front of
an active airbag. If you must use a
forward-facing child restraint in the front
seat, move the seat upon which the child
seat is installed all the way back.
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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 crash.
If two adults and a child occupy a Regular
Cab, properly restrain the child in the
center front unless doing so would interfere
with driving your vehicle. This provides lap
and shoulder belt protection for all
occupants, and airbag protection for the
adults. A child or infant properly restrained
in the center front seat should not incur
risk of serious injury from the airbags.
SIDE AIRBAGS
WARNINGS
Do not place objects or mount
equipment on or near the airbag
cover, on the side of the seatbacks
(of the front seats), or in front seat areas
that may come into contact with a
deploying airbag. Failure to follow these
instructions may increase the risk of
personal injury in the event of a crash.
Do not use accessory seat covers.
The use of accessory seat covers
may prevent the deployment of the
side airbags and increase the risk of injury
in an accident.
Do not lean your head on the door.
The side airbag could injure you as it
deploys from the side of the
seatback.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the airbag, its fuses or the
seat cover on a seat containing an
airbag as you could be seriously injured or
killed. Contact your authorized dealer as
soon as possible.
If the side airbag has deployed, the
airbag will not function again. The
side airbag system (including the
seat) must be inspected and serviced by
an authorized dealer. If the airbag is not
replaced, the unrepaired area will increase
the risk of injury in a crash.
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Supplementary Restraints System
The side airbags are located on the
outboard side of the seatbacks of the front
seats. In certain sideways crashes, the
airbag on the side affected by the crash
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 crashes.
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The system consists of the following:
A label or embossed side panel
indicating that side airbags are found
on your vehicle.
Side airbags located inside the
seatback of the driver and front
passenger seats.
·Crash sensors and monitoring
system with readiness indicator.
See
Crash Sensors and Airbag
Indicator
(page 52).
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.
SAFETY CANOPY
WARNINGS
Do not place objects or mount
equipment on or near the headliner
at the siderail that may come into
contact with a deploying curtain airbag.
Failure to follow these instructions may
increase the risk of personal injury in the
event of a crash.
Do not lean your head on the door.
The curtain airbag could injure you
as it deploys from the headliner.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the curtain airbags, its fuses,
the A, B, or C pillar trim, or the
headliner on a vehicle containing curtain
airbags as you could be seriously injured
or killed. Contact your authorized dealer
as soon as possible.
All occupants of your vehicle
including the driver should always
wear their safety belts even when an
airbag supplemental restraint system and
curtain airbag is provided. Failure to
properly wear your safety belt could
seriously increase the risk of injury or death.
To reduce risk of injury, do not
obstruct or place objects in the
deployment path of the curtain
airbag.
If the curtain airbags have deployed,
the curtain airbags will not function
again. The curtain airbags (including
the A, B and C pillar trim and headliner)
must be inspected and serviced by an
authorized dealer. If the curtain airbag is
not replaced, the unrepaired area will
increase the risk of injury in a crash.
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Supplementary Restraints System
12 Volt DC Power Point
WARNINGS
Do not plug optional electrical
accessories into the cigar lighter
socket. Incorrect use of the cigar
lighter can cause damage not covered by
the vehicle warranty, and can result in fire
or serious injury.
Do not use a power point for
operating a cigar lighter. Incorrect
use of the power points can cause
damage not covered by the vehicle
warranty, and can result in fire or serious
injury.
Note:
When you switch the ignition on, you
can use the socket to power 12 volt
appliances with a maximum current rating
of 20 amps.
Note:
Do not hang any accessory from the
accessory plug.
Note:
Do not use the power point over the
vehicle capacity of 12 volt DC 240 watts or
a fuse may blow.
Note:
Always keep the power point caps
closed when not in use.
Do not insert objects other than an
accessory plug into the power point.
This
will damage the power point and blow the
fuse.
Run the vehicle for full capacity use of the
power point.
To prevent the battery from running out of
charge:
Do not use the power point longer than
necessary when the vehicle is not
running.
Do not leave devices plugged in
overnight or when you park your vehicle
for extended periods.
Locations
Power points may be in the following
locations:
On the instrument panel.
Inside the center console.
On the rear of the center console.
Inside the front under-seat storage
compartment.
Note:
Timed power points remain on for 30
minutes if the vehicle is in accessory mode.
If you switch the vehicle off, the timed
power points remain on for 75 minutes.
110 Volt - 400 Watt Capacity AC
Power Outlet
WARNING
Do not keep electrical devices
plugged in the power point whenever
the device is not in use. Do not use
any extension cord with the 110 volt AC
power point, since it will defeat the safety
protection design. Doing so may cause the
power point to overload due to powering
multiple devices that can reach beyond
the 400 watt load limit and could result in
fire or serious injury.
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Auxiliary Power Points
Automatic Transmission Adaptive
Learning
This feature's design is to increase
durability and provide consistent shift feel
over the life of your vehicle. A new vehicle
or transmission may have firm shifts, soft
shifts or both. This operation is normal and
does not affect function or durability of the
transmission. Over time, the adaptive
learning process fully updates transmission
operation. Additionally, whenever you
disconnect the battery or install a new
battery, the system must relearn the
strategy.
Brake-Shift Interlock
WARNINGS
Do not drive your vehicle until you
verify that the brake lamps are
working.
When doing this procedure, you need
to take the transmission out of park
(P) which means your vehicle can
roll freely. To avoid unwanted vehicle
movement, always fully apply the parking
brake prior to doing this procedure. Use
wheels chocks if appropriate.
If the parking brake is fully released,
but the brake warning lamp remains
illuminated, the brakes may not be
working properly. Have your vehicle
checked as soon as possible.
Your vehicle is equipped with a brake-shift
interlock feature that prevents the
gearshift lever from moving from park (P)
when the ignition is on and the brake pedal
is not pressed.
If you cannot move the gearshift lever out
of park (P) position with the ignition is on
and the brake pedal pressed, a malfunction
may have occurred. It is possible that a
fuse has blown or your vehicle
s brake
lamps are not operating properly. See
Fuse Specification Chart
(page 310).
If the fuse is not blown and the brake
lamps are working properly, the following
procedure allows you to move the gearshift
lever from park (P):
1.
Apply the parking brake. Switch the
ignition key to 1 (off), then remove the
key.
2.
Move the steering column to the full
down and full rearward position
(toward the driver
s seat).
3.
Remove the gearshift lever boot.
4.
Place fingers into hole where you
removed the gearshift lever boot and
pull top half of shroud up and forward
to separate it from the lower half of the
shroud. There is a hinge at the forward
edge of the top shroud. Roll the top
half of the shroud upward on the hinge
point to clear the hazard flasher button,
then pull straight rearward toward the
driver
s seat to remove.
5.
Remove the top half of the shroud.
6.
Remove the three fasteners under the
column that secure the lower shroud
half to the column.
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7.
Pull the lock lever into the full unlocked
position and remove the lower shroud
cover by pulling the lever handle
through the slot in the cover.
8.
Apply the brake. Gently lift the override
disk and move the gearshift lever into
neutral (N).
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Transmission
TOWING A TRAILER
WARNINGS
Towing trailers beyond the
maximum recommended
gross trailer weight exceeds the
limit of your vehicle and could
result in engine damage,
transmission damage, structural
damage, loss of vehicle control,
vehicle rollover and personal
injury.
Do not exceed the GVWR or
the GAWR specified on the
certification label.
Note:
See
Recommended
Towing Weights
(page 277).
Your vehicle may have electrical
items, such as fuses or relays,
related to towing. See
Fuses
(page 310).
Your vehicle's load capacity
designation is by weight, not by
volume, so you cannot necessarily
use all available space when
loading a vehicle or trailer.
Towing a trailer places an extra
load on your vehicle's engine,
transmission, axle, brakes, tires
and suspension. Inspect these
components periodically during,
and after, any towing operation.
Load Placement
To help minimize how trailer
movement affects your vehicle
when driving:
Load the heaviest items closest
to the trailer floor.
Load the heaviest items
centered between the left and
right side trailer tires.
Load the heaviest items above
the trailer axles or just slightly
forward toward the trailer
tongue. Do not allow the final
trailer tongue weight to go
above or below 10-15% of the
loaded trailer weight.
Select a ball mount with the
correct rise or drop and load
capacity. When both the
loaded vehicle and trailer are
connected, the trailer frame
should be level, or slightly
angled down toward your
vehicle, when viewed from the
side.
When driving with a trailer or
payload, a slight takeoff vibration
or shudder may be present due to
the increased payload weight.
Additional information regarding
proper trailer loading and setting
your vehicle up for towing is
located in another chapter of this
manual. See
Load Limit
(page
261).
You can also find information in
the
RV & Trailer Towing Guide
available at your authorized
dealer, or online.
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Towing
Front wheel toe may require
re-adjustment to prevent premature
uneven tire wear. Specifications are in
the Ford Workshop Manual.
Headlight aim may require
re-adjustment.
The tire air pressures recommended
for general driving are on the vehicle
s
Safety Certification Label. The
maximum cold inflation pressure for
the tire and associated load rating is
on the tire sidewall. Tire air pressure
may require re-adjustment within these
pressure limits to accommodate the
additional weight of the snowplow
installation.
Federal and some local regulations
require additional exterior lamps for
snowplow-equipped vehicles. Consult
your authorized dealer for additional
information.
Operating the Vehicle with the
Snowplow Attached
Note:
Do not use your vehicle for snow
removal until you have driven at least
500 mi (800 km).
Ford recommends vehicle speed does not
exceed 45 mph (72 km/h) when
snowplowing.
The attached snowplow blade restricts
airflow to the radiator, and may cause the
engine to run at a higher temperature:
Attention to engine temperature is
especially important when outside
temperatures are above freezing. Angle
the blade to maximize airflow to the
radiator and monitor engine temperature
to determine whether a left or right angle
provides the best performance.
Follow the severe duty schedule in your
Scheduled Maintenance information for
engine oil and transmission fluid change
intervals.
Snowplowing with your Airbag
Equipped Vehicle
WARNINGS
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the airbag supplemental
restraint system (SRS) or its fuses.
Contact an authorized dealer.
Additional equipment for example
snowplow equipment may affect the
performance of the airbag sensors
increasing the risk of injury. Please refer to
the Body Builders Layout Book for
instructions about the appropriate
installation of additional equipment.
All occupants of the vehicle,
including the driver, should always
properly wear their seatbelt, even
when provided with an airbag
supplemental restraint system (SRS).
Your vehicle is equipped with a driver and
passenger airbag supplemental restraint
system. The supplemental restraint system
will activate in certain frontal and offset
frontal collisions when the vehicle sustains
sufficient frontal deceleration.
Careless or high speed driving while
plowing snow that results in sufficient
vehicle decelerations can deploy the
airbags. Such driving also increases the risk
of accidents.
Never remove or defeat the tripping
mechanisms designed into the snow
removal equipment by its manufacturer.
Doing so may cause damage to the vehicle
and the snow removal equipment as well
as possible airbag deployment.
Engine temperature while plowing
When driving with a plow, your engine may
run at a higher temperature than normal
because the attached snowplow blade will
restrict airflow to the radiator.
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Driving Hints
JUMP STARTING THE VEHICLE
WARNINGS
Batteries normally produce explosive
gases which can cause personal
injury. Therefore, do not allow
flames, sparks or lighted substances to
come near the battery. When working near
the battery, always shield your face and
protect your eyes. Always provide correct
ventilation.
Keep batteries out of reach of
children. Batteries contain sulfuric
acid. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or
clothing. Shield your eyes when working
near the battery to protect against possible
splashing of acid solution. In case of acid
contact with skin or eyes, flush
immediately with water for a minimum of
15 minutes and get prompt medical
attention. If acid is swallowed, call a
physician immediately.
Use only adequately sized cables
with insulated clamps.
Preparing Your Vehicle
Do not attempt to push-start your
automatic transmission vehicle.
Note:
Attempting to push-start a vehicle
with an automatic transmission may cause
transmission damage.
Note:
Use only a 12-volt supply to start your
vehicle.
Note:
Do not disconnect the battery of the
disabled vehicle as this could damage the
vehicle electrical system.
Park the booster vehicle close to the hood
of the disabled vehicle, making sure the
two vehicles do not touch.
Connecting the Jumper Cables
WARNINGS
Do not attach the cables to fuel lines,
engine rocker covers, the intake
manifold or electrical components
as grounding points. Stay clear of moving
parts. To avoid reverse polarity
connections, make sure that you correctly
identify the positive (+) and negative (-)
terminals on both the disabled and booster
vehicles before connecting the cables.
Do not attach the end of the positive
cable to the studs or L-shaped eyelet
located above the positive (+)
terminal of your vehicle
s battery. High
current may flow through and cause
damage to the fuses.
Do not connect the end of the
second cable to the negative (-)
terminal of the battery to be jumped.
A spark may cause an explosion of the
gases that surround the battery.
Note:
In the illustration, the bottom vehicle
represents the booster vehicle.
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Roadside Emergencies
FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART
Power Distribution Box
WARNINGS
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.
The power distribution box is located in
the engine compartment. It has
high-current fuses that protect your
vehicle's main electrical systems from
overloads.
If the battery has been disconnected and
reconnected, some features will need to
be reset. See
Changing the 12V Battery
(page 343).
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Powertrain control module.
20A
1
1
Emissions (MIL).
20A
1
2
Cooling fan.
20A
1
3
A/C compressor.
Engine brake.
Noise suppression cap.
20A
1
4
Mass air flow sensor.
Emissions.
Glow plugs.
Urea.
Compressed natural gas fuel control
module.
15A
1
5
Not used.
6
Not used.
7
Not used.
8
Not used.
9
Heated exterior mirrors.
15A
1
10
CNG relay.
11
Heated rear window.
40A
2
12
Not used.
13
Powertrain control module relay.
14
Horn.
20A
1
15
A/C clutch relay power.
10A
1
16
Rear heated window and heated mirrors
relay.
17
Not used.
18
Not used.
19
Supplemental air heater bank #1 relay.
20
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
21
Auxiliary power point #5 (rear console).
20A
2
22
Run-start.
Not used.
23
Cooling fan relay.
24
Supplemental air heater bank #3 relay.
Glow plug module power relay.
25
Not used.
26
Trailer tow battery charge relay.
30A
2
27
Run-start relay.
29
4x4 module.
10A
1
30
Adaptive cruise control.
5A
1
31
Run-start.
Anti-lock brake system module.
5A
1
32
Run-start.
Powertrain control module (ISPR).
10A
1
33
Run-start.
Engine control module.
Transmission control module.
Blind spot information system.
10A
1
34
Run-start.
Front camera.
Rear camera.
Not used.
35
Blower motor relay.
36
Trailer tow battery charge relay.
37
A/C compressor clutch relay.
38
Horn relay.
39
Supplemental air heater bank #2 relay.
40
Glow plugs.
25A
2
41
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Trailer tow lighting module.
40A
2
42
Front blower motor.
40A
2
43
Voltage quality module.
50A
3
44
Body control module.
Active front steering.
60A
3
45
Supplemental air heater bank #2.
50A
3
46
Cooling fan.
50A
3
47
Supplemental air heater bank #3.
Body control module RP1 bus.
50A
3
48
Inverter.
60A
3
49
Body control module RP2 bus.
50A
3
50
Body control module B+ feed.
60A
3
51
Anti-lock brake system pump.
60A
3
52
Supplemental air heater bank #1.
50A
3
53
Trailer brake control module.
30A
2
54
Climate controlled seat module.
30A
2
55
Auxiliary lighting module.
40A
2
56
Power running boards.
30A
2
57
Compressed natural gas fuel control
module relay.
30A
2
58
Anti-lock brake system valve.
30A
2
59
Not used.
60
Driver power seat.
30A
2
61
Auxiliary power point #1 (instrument
panel).
20A
2
62
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Starter motor.
30A
2
63
Auxiliary power point #2.
20A
2
64
Trailer tow lighting module.
30A
2
65
Auxiliary power point #3 (center console).
20A
2
66
Passenger power seat.
30A
2
67
Auxiliary power point #4 (rear media bin).
20A
2
68
4x4 module.
25A
2
69
Not used.
70
Not used.
71
Trailer tow left hand/right hand stop/turn.
30A
2
72
Not used.
73
Not used.
74
Fuel pump.
30A
2
75
Not used.
76
Wiper motor.
30A
2
77
Not used.
78
Power sliding rear window.
30A
2
79
4x4 module.
25A
1
80
4x4 solenoid.
10A
1
81
Power telescoping mirrors.
10A
1
82
Rear heated seats.
20A
1
83
Trailer tow backup lamps.
10A
1
84
Not used.
85
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
86
Not used.
87
Multi contour seats.
10A
1
88
Not used.
89
Spot light module.
10A
1
90
Upfitter interface module.
10A
1
91
Not used.
92
Not used.
93
Transmission control module.
15A
1
94
Powertrain control module keep alive
power.
10A
1
95
Rain sensor.
5A
1
96
Not used.
97
Alternator sense.
10A
1
98
Trailer tow parking lamps.
30A
1
99
1
Micro fuse.
2
M-type fuse.
3
J-type fuse.
Passenger Compartment Fuse
Panel
The fuse panel is located under the
instrument panel to the left of the steering
column.
Note:
It may be easier to access the fuse
panel if you remove the finish trim piece.
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Fuses
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Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
1
Memory seat switch (lumbar power).
7.5A
1
2
Driver door unlock relay.
20A
1
3
Aftermarket electronic brake controller.
5A
1
4
Rear heated seat module.
20A
1
5
Not used.
6
Not used.
7
Not used.
8
Not used.
9
Securicode
keyless entry keypad.
5A
2
10
Rear climate control module.
5A
2
11
Front climate control module.
7.5A
2
12
Instrument cluster.
7.5A
2
13
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Smart data link.
Steering column control module.
Not used.
14
Smart datalink connector power.
10A
2
15
Heads up display.
Not used.
16
Electronic finish panel.
5A
2
17
Push button ignition switch.
5A
2
18
Ignition switch.
Key inhibit.
Transmission control switch (tow/haul).
7.5A
2
19
Not used.
20
Terrain management system.
5A
2
21
Head-up display.
Humidity sensor.
Occupant classification sensor.
5A
2
22
Accessory delay.
10A
1
23
Power windows.
Moonroof.
Power folding mirrors relay.
Inverter.
Window/moonroof switch illumination.
Central locking system relay.
20A
1
24
Left-hand front smart window motor.
30A
1
25
Door zone module.
Right-hand front smart window motor.
30A
1
26
Door zone module.
Moonroof.
30A
1
27
Sony amplifier - 10 channel.
20A
1
28
Sony amplifier - 14 channel.
30A
1
29
Not used.
30
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
31
SYNC.
10A
1
32
GPS module.
Display.
Radio frequency receiver.
Radio.
20A
1
33
Run-start relay.
30A
1
34
Restraints control module.
5A
1
35
Lane keeping system.
15A
1
36
Automatic high beam control.
Auto-dimming mirrors.
Rear heated seats.
Heated steering wheel.
20A
1
37
Left-hand front window motor.
30A
3
38
Rear power window motors.
1
Micro fuse.
2
Dual micro fuse.
3
Circuit breaker.
CHANGING A FUSE
Fuses
WARNING
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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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.
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Fuses
FuseTypes
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Fuse Type
Callout
Micro 2
A
Micro 3
B
Maxi
C
Mini
D
M Case
E
J Case
F
J Case Low Profile
G
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Fuses
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3.
Raise the hood until the lift cylinders
hold it open.
4.
To close, lower the hood and make
sure that it is closed properly and fully
latched.
UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 6.2L
A
B
C
J
E
F
H
I
D
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G
Air filter. See
Changing the Engine Air Filter
(page 353).
A.
Engine compartment fuse box. See
Fuse Specification Chart
(page 310).
B.
Automatic transmission fluid dipstick. See
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Check
(page 337).
C.
Brake fluid reservoir. See
Brake Fluid Check
(page 340).
D.
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Windshield washer fluid reservoir. See
Washer Fluid Check
(page 341).
E.
Engine coolant reservoir. See
Engine Coolant Check
(page 329).
F.
Power steering fluid reservoir. See
Power Steering Fluid Check
(page 341).
G.
Engine oil filler cap. See
Engine Oil Check
(page 324).
H.
Engine oil dipstick. See
Engine Oil Dipstick
(page 324).
I.
Battery. See
Changing the 12V Battery
(page 343).
J.
UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 6.8L
A
B
C
J
F
G
I
E
D
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H
Air filter. See
Changing the Engine Air Filter
(page 353).
A.
Engine compartment fuse box. See
Fuse Specification Chart
(page 310).
B.
Automatic transmission fluid dipstick. See
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Check
(page 337).
C.
Engine oil dipstick. See
Engine Oil Dipstick
(page 324).
D.
Brake fluid reservoir. See
Brake Fluid Check
(page 340).
E.
Windshield washer fluid reservoir. See
Washer Fluid Check
(page 341).
F.
Engine coolant reservoir. See
Engine Coolant Check
(page 329).
G.
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Maintenance
An authorized dealer needs to install
mobile communications systems.
Improper installation may harm the
operation of your vehicle, particularly
if the manufacturer did not design the
mobile communication system
specifically for automotive use.
If you or an authorized Ford dealer add
any non-Ford electrical or electronic
accessories or components to your
vehicle, you may adversely affect
battery performance and durability. In
addition, you may also adversely affect
the performance of other electrical
systems in the vehicle.
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The auxiliary switch option package
provides six switches mounted in the
overhead console. These switches operate
when the vehicle is running or from battery
power, depending on the switchable fuse
AUXF4's location in the upfitter relay box.
We recommend, however, that the engine
remain running to maintain battery charge
when using the auxiliary switches for
extended periods of time or higher current
draws.
Note:
When your vehicle has a diesel
engine, use the auxiliary switches only when
the engine is running. The glow plugs also
drain battery power when the ignition key is
in the on position. Using the auxiliary
switches, even for limited amounts of time,
can cause your battery to drain quickly and
prevent your vehicle from restarting.
When switched on, the auxiliary switches
provide electrical battery power for a
variety of personal or commercial uses.
Switches 1 through 4 provide 25 amps.
Switches 5 and 6 provide 40 amps.
The relay box for the auxiliary switches is
in the rear of the engine compartment,
near the back wall. See your authorized
dealer for service.
The relays are coded as shown:
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Accessories
Each switch includes a blunt-cut, sealed
wire. The wires are under the instrument
panel on the right-hand side of the
passenger footwell.
E220730
The power leads are coded as shown:
Fuse Amp Rating
Wire Color
Circuit Number
Switch
25A
Brown with Green
Trace
CB117A
AUX 1
25A
Violet with Orange
Trace
CB114A
AUX 2
25A
Blue with Green
Trace
CB116A
AUX 3
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Accessories
Fuse Amp Rating
Wire Color
Circuit Number
Switch
25A
Gray with Brown
Trace
CB113A
AUX 4
40A
Brown with Blue
Trace
CB115A
AUX 5
40A
Gray with Orange
Trace
CB118A
AUX 6
Upfitter Interface Module
(If Equipped)
The Upfitter Interface Module (UIM) is an
electronic control module that operates
equipment (such as lift buckets, cranes,
motors, salt spreaders and snow plows)
with external relays.
For more information on the
Upfitter Interface Module and the
auxiliary switches, visit:
Web Address
www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas/
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Accessories
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
WARNINGS
Airbags do not inflate slowly or
gently, and the risk of injury from a
deploying airbag is the greatest close
to the trim covering the airbag module.
All occupants of your vehicle,
including the driver, should always
properly wear their safety belts, even
when an airbag supplemental restraint
system is provided. Failure to properly wear
your safety belt could seriously increase
the risk of injury or death.
Always transport children 12 years
old and under in the back seat and
always properly use appropriate
child restraints. Failure to follow this could
seriously increase the risk of injury or death.
Never place your arm over the airbag
module as a deploying airbag can
result in serious arm fractures or
other injuries.
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 upon which
the child seat is installed all the way back.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the airbag supplemental
restraint systems or its fuses as you
could be seriously injured or killed. Contact
your authorized dealer as soon as possible.
Several airbag system components
get hot after inflation. To avoid risk
of injury, do not touch them after
inflation.
If the airbag has deployed, the airbag
will not function again and must be
replaced immediately. If the airbag
is not replaced, the unrepaired area will
increase the risk of injury in a crash.
The airbags are a supplemental restraint
system and are designed to work with the
safety belts to help protect the driver and
right front passenger from certain upper
body injuries. Airbags do not inflate slowly;
there is a risk of injury from a deploying
airbag.
Note:
You will hear a loud bang and see a
cloud of harmless powdery residue if an
airbag deploys. This is normal.
The airbags inflate and deflate rapidly
upon activation. After airbag deployment,
it is normal to notice a smoke-like, powdery
residue or smell the burnt propellant. This
may consist of cornstarch, talcum powder
(to lubricate the bag) or sodium
compounds (for example, baking soda)
that result from the combustion process
that inflates the airbag. Small amounts of
sodium hydroxide may be present which
may irritate the skin and eyes, but none of
the residue is toxic.
While the system is designed to help
reduce serious injuries, contact with a
deploying airbag may also cause abrasions
or swelling. Temporary hearing loss is also
a possibility as a result of the noise
associated with a deploying airbag.
Because airbags must inflate rapidly and
with considerable force, there is the risk of
death or serious injuries such as fractures,
facial and eye injuries or internal injuries,
particularly to occupants who are not
properly restrained or are otherwise out of
position at the time of airbag deployment.
Thus, it is extremely important that
occupants be properly restrained as far
away from the airbag module as possible
while maintaining vehicle control.
Routine maintenance of the airbags is not
required.
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Supplementary Restraints System
After all occupants have adjusted their
seats and put on seatbelts, it is very
important that they continue to sit
properly. Properly seated occupants sit
upright, lean against the seat back, and
center themselves on the seat cushion,
with their feet comfortably extended on
the floor. Sitting improperly can increase
the chance of injury in a crash event. For
example, if an occupant slouches, lies
down, turns sideways, sits forward, leans
forward or sideways, or puts one or both
feet up, the chance of injury during a crash
greatly increases.
Children and Airbags
WARNING
Airbags can kill or injure a child in a
child restraint. Never place a
rear-facing child restraint in front of
an active airbag. If you must use a
forward-facing child restraint in the front
seat, move the seat upon which the child
seat is installed all the way back.
E142846
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 crash.
If two adults and a child occupy a Regular
Cab, properly restrain the child in the
center front unless doing so would interfere
with driving your vehicle. This provides lap
and shoulder belt protection for all
occupants, and airbag protection for the
adults. A child or infant properly restrained
in the center front seat should not incur
risk of serious injury from the airbags.
SIDE AIRBAGS
WARNINGS
Do not place objects or mount
equipment on or near the airbag
cover, on the side of the seatbacks
(of the front seats), or in front seat areas
that may come into contact with a
deploying airbag. Failure to follow these
instructions may increase the risk of
personal injury in the event of a crash.
Do not use accessory seat covers.
The use of accessory seat covers
may prevent the deployment of the
side airbags and increase the risk of injury
in an accident.
Do not lean your head on the door.
The side airbag could injure you as it
deploys from the side of the
seatback.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the airbag, its fuses or the
seat cover on a seat containing an
airbag as you could be seriously injured or
killed. Contact your authorized dealer as
soon as possible.
If the side airbag has deployed, the
airbag will not function again. The
side airbag system (including the
seat) must be inspected and serviced by
an authorized dealer. If the airbag is not
replaced, the unrepaired area will increase
the risk of injury in a crash.
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Supplementary Restraints System
The side airbags are located on the
outboard side of the seatbacks of the front
seats. In certain sideways crashes, the
airbag on the side affected by the crash
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 crashes.
E152533
The system consists of the following:
A label or embossed side panel
indicating that side airbags are found
on your vehicle.
Side airbags located inside the
seatback of the driver and front
passenger seats.
E67017
·Crash sensors and monitoring
system with readiness indicator.
See
Crash Sensors and Airbag
Indicator
(page 52).
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.
SAFETY CANOPY
WARNINGS
Do not place objects or mount
equipment on or near the headliner
at the siderail that may come into
contact with a deploying curtain airbag.
Failure to follow these instructions may
increase the risk of personal injury in the
event of a crash.
Do not lean your head on the door.
The curtain airbag could injure you
as it deploys from the headliner.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the curtain airbag
supplemental restraint system, its
fuses, the A, B, or C pillar trim, or the
headliner on a vehicle containing curtain
airbags as you could be seriously injured
or killed. Contact your authorized dealer
as soon as possible.
All occupants of your vehicle,
including the driver, should always
properly wear their seatbelts, even
when an airbag supplemental restraint
system is provided. Failure to properly wear
your seatbelt could seriously increase the
risk of injury or death.
To reduce risk of injury, do not
obstruct or place objects in the
deployment path of the airbag.
If the curtain airbags have deployed,
the curtain airbags will not function
again. The curtain airbags (including
the A, B and C pillar trim and headliner)
must be inspected and serviced as soon
as possible. If the curtain airbag is not
replaced, the unrepaired area will increase
the risk of injury in a crash.
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Supplementary Restraints System
12 Volt DC Power Point
WARNINGS
Do not plug optional electrical
accessories into the cigar lighter
socket. Incorrect use of the cigar
lighter can cause damage not covered by
the vehicle warranty, and can result in fire
or serious injury.
Do not use a power point for
operating a cigar lighter. Incorrect
use of the power points can cause
damage not covered by the vehicle
warranty, and can result in fire or serious
injury.
Note:
When you switch the ignition on, you
can use the socket to power 12 volt
appliances with a maximum current rating
of 20 amps.
Note:
Do not plug in any device that
supplies power to the vehicle through the
power points, this may result in damage to
vehicle systems.
Note:
Do not hang any accessory from the
accessory plug.
Note:
Do not use the power point over the
vehicle capacity of 12 volt DC 240 watts or
a fuse may blow.
Note:
Always keep the power point caps
closed when not in use.
Do not insert objects other than an
accessory plug into the power point.
This
will damage the power point and blow the
fuse.
Run the vehicle for full capacity use of the
power point.
To prevent the battery from running out of
charge:
Do not use the power point longer than
necessary when the vehicle is not
running.
Do not leave devices plugged in
overnight or when you park your vehicle
for extended periods.
Locations
Power points may be in the following
locations:
On the instrument panel.
Inside the center console.
On the rear of the center console.
Inside the front under-seat storage
compartment.
Note:
Timed power points remain on for 30
minutes if the vehicle is in accessory mode.
If you switch the vehicle off, the timed
power points remain on for 75 minutes.
110 Volt - 400 Watt Capacity AC
Power Outlet
WARNING
Do not keep electrical devices
plugged in the power point whenever
the device is not in use. Do not use
any extension cord with the 110 volt AC
power point, since it will defeat the safety
protection design. Doing so may cause the
power point to overload due to powering
multiple devices that can reach beyond
the 400 watt load limit and could result in
fire or serious injury.
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Auxiliary Power Points
Automatic Transmission Adaptive
Learning
This feature's design is to increase
durability and provide consistent shift feel
over the life of your vehicle. A new vehicle
or transmission may have firm shifts, soft
shifts or both. This operation is normal and
does not affect function or durability of the
transmission. Over time, the adaptive
learning process fully updates transmission
operation. Additionally, whenever you
disconnect the battery or install a new
battery, the system must relearn the
strategy.
Brake-Shift Interlock
WARNINGS
Do not drive your vehicle until you
verify that the brake lamps are
working.
When doing this procedure, you need
to take the transmission out of park
(P) which means your vehicle can
roll freely. To avoid unwanted vehicle
movement, always fully apply the parking
brake prior to doing this procedure. Use
wheels chocks if appropriate.
If the parking brake is fully released,
but the brake warning lamp remains
illuminated, the brakes may not be
working properly. Have your vehicle
checked as soon as possible.
Your vehicle is equipped with a brake-shift
interlock feature that prevents the
gearshift lever from moving from park (P)
when the ignition is on and the brake pedal
is not pressed.
If you cannot move the gearshift lever out
of park (P) position with the ignition is on
and the brake pedal pressed, a malfunction
may have occurred. It is possible that a
fuse has blown or your vehicle
s brake
lamps are not operating properly. See
Fuse Specification Chart
(page 312).
If the fuse is not blown and the brake
lamps are working properly, the following
procedure allows you to move the gearshift
lever from park (P):
1.
Apply the parking brake. Switch the
ignition key to 1 (off), then remove the
key.
2.
Move the steering column to the full
down and full rearward position
(toward the driver
s seat).
3.
Remove the gearshift lever boot.
4.
Place fingers into hole where you
removed the gearshift lever boot and
pull top half of shroud up and forward
to separate it from the lower half of the
shroud. There is a hinge at the forward
edge of the top shroud. Roll the top
half of the shroud upward on the hinge
point to clear the hazard flasher button,
then pull straight rearward toward the
driver
s seat to remove.
5.
Remove the top half of the shroud.
6.
Remove the three fasteners under the
column that secure the lower shroud
half to the column.
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7.
Pull the lock lever into the full unlocked
position and remove the lower shroud
cover by pulling the lever handle
through the slot in the cover.
8.
Apply the brake. Gently lift the override
disk and move the gearshift lever into
neutral (N).
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Transmission
TOWING A TRAILER
WARNINGS
Towing trailers beyond the
maximum recommended
gross trailer weight exceeds the
limit of your vehicle and could
result in engine damage,
transmission damage, structural
damage, loss of vehicle control,
vehicle rollover and personal
injury.
Do not exceed the GVWR or
the GAWR specified on the
certification label.
Note:
See
Recommended
Towing Weights
(page 277).
Your vehicle may have electrical
items, such as fuses or relays,
related to towing. See
Fuses
(page 312).
Your vehicle's load capacity
designation is by weight, not by
volume, so you cannot necessarily
use all available space when
loading a vehicle or trailer.
Towing a trailer places an extra
load on your vehicle's engine,
transmission, axle, brakes, tires
and suspension. Inspect these
components periodically during,
and after, any towing operation.
Load Placement
To help minimize how trailer
movement affects your vehicle
when driving:
Load the heaviest items closest
to the trailer floor.
Load the heaviest items
centered between the left and
right side trailer tires.
Load the heaviest items above
the trailer axles or just slightly
forward toward the trailer
tongue. Do not allow the final
trailer tongue weight to go
above or below 10-15% of the
loaded trailer weight.
Select a ball mount with the
correct rise or drop and load
capacity. When both the
loaded vehicle and trailer are
connected, the trailer frame
should be level, or slightly
angled down toward your
vehicle, when viewed from the
side.
When driving with a trailer or
payload, a slight takeoff vibration
or shudder may be present due to
the increased payload weight.
Additional information regarding
proper trailer loading and setting
your vehicle up for towing is
located in another chapter of this
manual. See
Load Limit
(page
261).
You can also find information in
the
RV & Trailer Towing Guide
available at your authorized
dealer, or online.
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Towing
Front wheel toe may require
re-adjustment to prevent premature
uneven tire wear. Specifications are in
the Ford Workshop Manual.
Headlight aim may require
re-adjustment.
The tire air pressures recommended
for general driving are on the vehicle
s
Safety Certification Label. The
maximum cold inflation pressure for
the tire and associated load rating is
on the tire sidewall. Tire air pressure
may require re-adjustment within these
pressure limits to accommodate the
additional weight of the snowplow
installation.
Federal and some local regulations
require additional exterior lamps for
snowplow-equipped vehicles. Consult
your authorized dealer for additional
information.
Operating the Vehicle with the
Snowplow Attached
Note:
Do not use your vehicle for snow
removal until you have driven at least
500 mi (800 km).
Ford recommends vehicle speed does not
exceed 45 mph (72 km/h) when
snowplowing.
The attached snowplow blade restricts
airflow to the radiator, and may cause the
engine to run at a higher temperature:
Attention to engine temperature is
especially important when outside
temperatures are above freezing. Angle
the blade to maximize airflow to the
radiator and monitor engine temperature
to determine whether a left or right angle
provides the best performance.
Follow the severe duty schedule in your
Scheduled Maintenance information for
engine oil and transmission fluid change
intervals.
Snowplowing with your Airbag
Equipped Vehicle
WARNINGS
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the airbag supplemental
restraint system (SRS) or its fuses.
Contact an authorized dealer.
Additional equipment for example
snowplow equipment may affect the
performance of the airbag sensors
increasing the risk of injury. Please refer to
the Body Builders Layout Book for
instructions about the appropriate
installation of additional equipment.
All occupants of the vehicle,
including the driver, should always
properly wear their seatbelt, even
when provided with an airbag
supplemental restraint system (SRS).
Your vehicle is equipped with a driver and
passenger airbag supplemental restraint
system. The supplemental restraint system
will activate in certain frontal and offset
frontal collisions when the vehicle sustains
sufficient frontal deceleration.
Careless or high speed driving while
plowing snow that results in sufficient
vehicle decelerations can deploy the
airbags. Such driving also increases the risk
of accidents.
Never remove or defeat the tripping
mechanisms designed into the snow
removal equipment by its manufacturer.
Doing so may cause damage to the vehicle
and the snow removal equipment as well
as possible airbag deployment.
Engine temperature while plowing
When driving with a plow, your engine may
run at a higher temperature than normal
because the attached snowplow blade will
restrict airflow to the radiator.
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Driving Hints
WARNINGS
Keep batteries out of reach of
children. Batteries contain sulfuric
acid. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or
clothing. Shield your eyes when working
near the battery to protect against possible
splashing of acid solution. In case of acid
contact with skin or eyes, flush
immediately with water for a minimum of
15 minutes and get prompt medical
attention. If acid is swallowed, call a
physician immediately.
Use only adequately sized cables
with insulated clamps.
Preparing Your Vehicle
Do not attempt to push-start your
automatic transmission vehicle.
Note:
Attempting to push-start a vehicle
with an automatic transmission may cause
transmission damage.
Note:
Use only a 12-volt supply to start your
vehicle.
Note:
Do not disconnect the battery of the
disabled vehicle as this could damage the
vehicle electrical system.
Park the booster vehicle close to the hood
of the disabled vehicle, making sure the
two vehicles do not touch.
Connecting the Jumper Cables
WARNINGS
Do not attach the cables to fuel lines,
engine rocker covers, the intake
manifold or electrical components
as grounding points. Stay clear of moving
parts. To avoid reverse polarity
connections, make sure that you correctly
identify the positive (+) and negative (-)
terminals on both the disabled and booster
vehicles before connecting the cables.
WARNINGS
Do not attach the end of the positive
cable to the studs or L-shaped eyelet
located above the positive (+)
terminal of your vehicle
s battery. High
current may flow through and cause
damage to the fuses.
Do not connect the end of the
second cable to the negative (-)
terminal of the battery to be jumped.
A spark may cause an explosion of the
gases that surround the battery.
Note:
In the illustration, the bottom vehicle
represents the booster vehicle.
4
2
1
3
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1.
Connect the positive (+) jumper cable
to the positive (+) terminal of the
discharged battery.
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Roadside Emergencies
FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART
Power Distribution Box
WARNINGS
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.
The power distribution box is located in
the engine compartment. It has
high-current fuses that protect your
vehicle's main electrical systems from
overloads.
If the battery has been disconnected and
reconnected, some features will need to
be reset. See
Changing the 12V Battery
(page 346).
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Powertrain control module.
20A
1
1
Emissions (MIL).
20A
1
2
Cooling fan.
20A
1
3
A/C compressor.
Engine brake.
Noise suppression cap.
20A
1
4
Mass air flow sensor.
Emissions.
Glow plugs.
Urea.
Compressed natural gas fuel control
module.
15A
1
5
Not used.
6
Not used.
7
Not used.
8
Not used.
9
Heated exterior mirrors.
15A
1
10
CNG relay.
11
Heated rear window.
40A
2
12
Not used.
13
Powertrain control module relay.
14
Horn.
20A
1
15
A/C clutch relay power.
10A
1
16
Rear heated window and heated mirrors
relay.
17
Not used.
18
Not used.
19
Supplemental air heater bank #1 relay.
20
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
21
Auxiliary power point #5 (rear console).
20A
2
22
Run-start.
Not used.
23
Cooling fan relay.
24
Supplemental air heater bank #3 relay.
Glow plug module power relay.
25
Not used.
26
Trailer tow battery charge relay.
30A
2
27
Run-start relay.
29
4x4 module.
10A
1
30
Adaptive cruise control.
5A
1
31
Run-start.
Anti-lock brake system module.
5A
1
32
Run-start.
Powertrain control module (ISPR).
10A
1
33
Run-start.
Engine control module.
Transmission control module.
Blind spot information system.
10A
1
34
Run-start.
Front camera.
Rear camera.
Not used.
35
Blower motor relay.
36
Trailer tow battery charge relay.
37
A/C compressor clutch relay.
38
Horn relay.
39
Supplemental air heater bank #2 relay.
40
Glow plugs.
25A
2
41
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Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Trailer tow lighting module.
40A
2
42
Front blower motor.
40A
2
43
Voltage quality module.
50A
3
44
Body control module.
Active front steering.
60A
3
45
Supplemental air heater bank #2.
50A
3
46
Cooling fan.
50A
3
47
Supplemental air heater bank #3.
Body control module RP1 bus.
50A
3
48
Inverter.
60A
3
49
Body control module RP2 bus.
50A
3
50
Body control module B+ feed.
60A
3
51
Anti-lock brake system pump.
60A
3
52
Supplemental air heater bank #1.
50A
3
53
Trailer brake control module.
30A
2
54
Climate controlled seat module.
30A
2
55
Auxiliary lighting module.
40A
2
56
Power running boards.
30A
2
57
Compressed natural gas fuel control
module relay.
30A
2
58
Anti-lock brake system valve.
30A
2
59
Not used.
60
Driver power seat.
30A
2
61
Auxiliary power point #1 (instrument
panel).
20A
2
62
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Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Starter motor.
30A
2
63
Auxiliary power point #2.
20A
2
64
Trailer tow lighting module.
30A
2
65
Auxiliary power point #3 (center console).
20A
2
66
Passenger power seat.
30A
2
67
Auxiliary power point #4 (rear media bin).
20A
2
68
4x4 module.
25A
2
69
Not used.
70
Not used.
71
Trailer tow left hand/right hand stop/turn.
30A
2
72
Not used.
73
Not used.
74
Fuel pump.
30A
2
75
Not used.
76
Wiper motor.
30A
2
77
Not used.
78
Power sliding rear window.
30A
2
79
4x4 module.
25A
1
80
4x4 solenoid.
10A
1
81
Power telescoping mirrors.
10A
1
82
Rear heated seats.
20A
1
83
Trailer tow backup lamps.
10A
1
84
Not used.
85
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Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
86
Not used.
87
Multi contour seats.
10A
1
88
Not used.
89
Spot light module.
10A
1
90
Upfitter interface module.
10A
1
91
Not used.
92
Not used.
93
Transmission control module.
15A
1
94
Powertrain control module keep alive
power.
10A
1
95
Rain sensor.
5A
1
96
Not used.
97
Alternator sense.
10A
1
98
Trailer tow parking lamps.
30A
1
99
1
Micro fuse.
2
M-type fuse.
3
J-type fuse.
Passenger Compartment Fuse
Panel
The fuse panel is located under the
instrument panel to the left of the steering
column.
Note:
It may be easier to access the fuse
panel if you remove the finish trim piece.
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Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
1
Memory seat switch (lumbar power).
7.5A
1
2
Driver door unlock relay.
20A
1
3
Aftermarket electronic brake controller.
5A
1
4
Rear heated seat module.
20A
1
5
Not used.
6
Not used.
7
Not used.
8
Not used.
9
Securicode
keyless entry keypad.
5A
2
10
Rear climate control module.
5A
2
11
Front climate control module.
7.5A
2
12
Instrument cluster.
7.5A
2
13
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Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Smart data link.
Steering column control module.
Not used.
14
Smart datalink connector power.
10A
2
15
Heads up display.
Not used.
16
Electronic finish panel.
5A
2
17
Push button ignition switch.
5A
2
18
Ignition switch.
Key inhibit.
Transmission control switch (tow/haul).
7.5A
2
19
Not used.
20
Terrain management system.
5A
2
21
Head-up display.
Humidity sensor.
Occupant classification sensor.
5A
2
22
Accessory delay.
10A
1
23
Power windows.
Moonroof.
Power folding mirrors relay.
Inverter.
Window/moonroof switch illumination.
Central locking system relay.
20A
1
24
Left-hand front smart window motor.
30A
1
25
Door zone module.
Right-hand front smart window motor.
30A
1
26
Door zone module.
Moonroof.
30A
1
27
Sony amplifier - 10 channel.
20A
1
28
Sony amplifier - 14 channel.
30A
1
29
Not used.
30
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Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
31
SYNC.
10A
1
32
GPS module.
Display.
Radio frequency receiver.
Radio.
20A
1
33
Run-start relay.
30A
1
34
Restraints control module.
5A
1
35
Lane keeping system.
15A
1
36
Automatic high beam control.
Auto-dimming mirrors.
Rear heated seats.
Heated steering wheel.
20A
1
37
Left-hand front window motor.
30A
3
38
Rear power window motors.
1
Micro fuse.
2
Dual micro fuse.
3
Circuit breaker.
CHANGING A FUSE
Fuses
WARNING
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.
E217331
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.
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FuseTypes
E207206
Fuse Type
Callout
Micro 2
A
Micro 3
B
Maxi
C
Mini
D
M Case
E
J Case
F
J Case Low Profile
G
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E190266
3.
Raise the hood until the lift cylinders
hold it open.
4.
To close, lower the hood and make
sure that it is closed properly and fully
latched.
UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 6.2L
A
B
C
J
E
F
H
I
D
E222143
G
Air filter. See
Changing the Engine Air Filter
(page 356).
A.
Engine compartment fuse box. See
Fuse Specification Chart
(page 312).
B.
Automatic transmission fluid dipstick. See
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Check
(page 340).
C.
Brake fluid reservoir. See
Brake Fluid Check
(page 343).
D.
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Windshield washer fluid reservoir. See
Washer Fluid Check
(page 344).
E.
Engine coolant reservoir. See
Engine Coolant Check
(page 332).
F.
Power steering fluid reservoir. See
Power Steering Fluid Check
(page 344).
G.
Engine oil filler cap. See
Engine Oil Check
(page 327).
H.
Engine oil dipstick. See
Engine Oil Dipstick
(page 327).
I.
Battery. See
Changing the 12V Battery
(page 346).
J.
UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 6.7L DIESEL
F-Super Duty
E234258
Air filter restriction gauge. See
Changing the Engine Air Filter
(page 357).
A.
Engine compartment fuse box. See
Fuse Specification Chart
(page 312).
B.
Engine oil dipstick. See
Engine Oil Dipstick
(page 327).
C.
Automatic transmission fluid dipstick. See
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Check
(page 340).
D.
Engine oil fill. See
Engine Oil Check
(page 328).
E.
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UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 6.8L
A
B
C
J
F
G
I
E
D
E222144
H
Air filter. See
Changing the Engine Air Filter
(page 356).
A.
Engine compartment fuse box. See
Fuse Specification Chart
(page 312).
B.
Automatic transmission fluid dipstick. See
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Check
(page 340).
C.
Engine oil dipstick. See
Engine Oil Dipstick
(page 327).
D.
Brake fluid reservoir. See
Brake Fluid Check
(page 343).
E.
Windshield washer fluid reservoir. See
Washer Fluid Check
(page 344).
F.
Engine coolant reservoir. See
Engine Coolant Check
(page 332).
G.
Power steering fluid reservoir. See
Power Steering Fluid Check
(page 344).
H.
Engine oil filler cap. See
Engine Oil Check
(page 327).
I.
Battery. See
Changing the 12V Battery
(page 346).
J.
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Maintenance
An authorized dealer needs to install
mobile communications systems.
Improper installation may harm the
operation of your vehicle, particularly
if the manufacturer did not design the
mobile communication system
specifically for automotive use.
If you or an authorized Ford dealer add
any non-Ford electrical or electronic
accessories or components to your
vehicle, you may adversely affect
battery performance and durability. In
addition, you may also adversely affect
the performance of other electrical
systems in the vehicle.
E220728
The auxiliary switch option package
provides six switches mounted in the
overhead console. These switches operate
when the vehicle is running or from battery
power, depending on the switchable fuse
AUXF4's location in the upfitter relay box.
We recommend, however, that the engine
remain running to maintain battery charge
when using the auxiliary switches for
extended periods of time or higher current
draws.
Note:
When your vehicle has a diesel
engine, use the auxiliary switches only when
the engine is running. The glow plugs also
drain battery power when the ignition key is
in the on position. Using the auxiliary
switches, even for limited amounts of time,
can cause your battery to drain quickly and
prevent your vehicle from restarting.
When switched on, the auxiliary switches
provide electrical battery power for a
variety of personal or commercial uses.
Switches 1 through 4 provide 25 amps.
Switches 5 and 6 provide 40 amps.
The relay box for the auxiliary switches is
in the rear of the engine compartment,
near the back wall. See your authorized
dealer for service.
The relays are coded as shown:
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Accessories
Each switch includes a blunt-cut, sealed
wire. The wires are under the instrument
panel on the right-hand side of the
passenger footwell.
E220730
The power leads are coded as shown:
Fuse Amp Rating
Wire Color
Circuit Number
Switch
25A
Brown with Green
Trace
CB117A
AUX 1
25A
Violet with Orange
Trace
CB114A
AUX 2
25A
Blue with Green
Trace
CB116A
AUX 3
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Fuse Amp Rating
Wire Color
Circuit Number
Switch
25A
Gray with Brown
Trace
CB113A
AUX 4
40A
Brown with Blue
Trace
CB115A
AUX 5
40A
Gray with Orange
Trace
CB118A
AUX 6
Upfitter Interface Module
(If Equipped)
The Upfitter Interface Module (UIM) is an
electronic control module that operates
equipment (such as lift buckets, cranes,
motors, salt spreaders and snow plows)
with external relays.
For more information on the
Upfitter Interface Module and the
auxiliary switches, visit:
Web Address
www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas/
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Accessories
Passenger Compartment Fuse
Panel
The fuse panel is in the right-hand side of
the passenger footwell behind a trim panel.
To remove the trim panel, pull it toward
you and swing it away from the side. To
reinstall it, line up the tabs with the grooves
on the panel, and then push it shut.
Note:
It may be easier to access the fuse
panel if you remove the finish trim piece.
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Fuse Panel section in the Fuses chapter of your owner's manual.
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
1
Memory seat switch (lumbar power).
7.5A
1
2
Driver door unlock relay.
20A
1
3
5A
1
4
Aftermarket electronic brake controller.
Trailer brake controller Brake On/Off.
Customer access circuits.
Not used.
5
Not used.
6
Not used.
7
Not used.
8
Brake On/Off / Pressure Switch.
10A
2
9
Not used.
10
Rear climate control module.
5A
2
11
Front climate control module.
7.5A
2
12
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Instrument cluster.
7.5A
2
13
Smart data link.
Steering column control module.
Extended power restraints module.
10A
2
14
Smart datalink connector power.
10A
2
15
Tailgate release solenoid.
15A
2
16
Head-up display.
5A
2
17
Push button ignition switch.
5A
2
18
Ignition switch.
Key inhibit.
Transmission control switch (tow/haul).
7.5A
2
19
Select Shift switch.
Active front steering module.
7.5A
2
20
Head-up display.
5A
2
21
Humidity sensor.
Upfitter switch.
5A
2
22
Run/Start.
PTO relays.
Accessory delay.
10A
1
23
Power windows.
Moonroof.
Power folding mirrors relay.
Inverter.
Window/moonroof switch illumination.
Central locking system relay.
20A
1
24
Left-hand front smart window motor.
30A
1
25
Door zone module.
Right-hand front smart window motor.
30A
1
26
Door zone module.
Moonroof.
30A
1
27
Sony amplifier - 10 channel.
20A
1
28
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Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
29
Not used.
30
Adjustable pedals switch.
15A
2
31
SYNC.
10A
1
32
GPS module.
Display.
Radio frequency receiver.
Radio.
20A
1
33
Run-start relay.
30A
1
34
Extended power restraints module.
5A
1
35
Lane keeping system.
15A
1
36
Automatic high beam control.
Auto-dimming mirrors.
Rear heated seats.
Camera module.
Heated steering wheel.
20A
1
37
Rear power window switch.
30A
3
38
1
Micro fuse.
2
Dual micro fuse.
3
Circuit breaker.
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