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Unusual Fuse Board On 2006 Focus Ghia


StanH
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The obvious thing to check is the fuse but I cannot identify it.

The handbook says F109 and gives a diagram of the fuse board in the passenger well, but my fuse board is nothing like the handbook shows.

My board has two straight rows of fuses, none marked with a number and there is no diagram there. My digging at this problem has led me to think that maybe this is the same board as in early CMaxs apart from the fact that the CMax info I have does not have a cigar lighter fuse shown.

Can anyone please help me to identify it as I don't want to go pulling fuses to check when in fact there may not be one there and it may be somewhere else.

Thank you

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Thanks, but unless it is different from the pic in the owners handbook, it will not help.

Mine has two parallel row of fuses along the edge and no identification numbering

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Does it look like this?

fuses.jpg

Or this?

DSC_0147.jpg

On the first one the fuses do have numbers but on the trim in front of each fuse. If this one it is fuse 46 or 47 (should be 20A but may be a 15A)

On the second one the lighter socket fuse is listed as F109

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Hi Stoney,

Can't get at it at the moment but pretty sure it is the first one with blanks circled.

Incidentally are these standard fuses. the female sockets look odd

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Thanks - will get a selection, and finally, I don't recall any numbers on the trim, so are you able to identify which one it should be in your pic?

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Working it out from my picture and on further investigation it could be 39 or 47.

39 is third from the left on the top row group of six and I believe 47 is the first 20amp fuse from the left on the next row down between the two blue 15amp fuses.

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Thanks Stoney - hope to be able to sort this tomorrow

Hi Brigante - yes that is the one - do you by any chance have a pic of fuse locations?

This whole thing shows up a big deficiency in Ford Owners Manuals in that they do not match the car. I had an 08 plate Style just over a year ago and it had the same manual as the (wrong) one I have now

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Sorry for the silly question, feeling a bit slow today. But what exactly do you mean by the locations? I can go out and take more photos if it is of help.

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Not a silly question - what I would like is a picture or drawing of the board with each fuse numbered - i.e so that I could identify F47 immediately, and of course a list of what each fuse is protecting.

There is such a list in my handbook but it does not refer to my board

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Not sure if I can help then sorry mate I was never given a handbook with my car :(

All I can do is take my car apart and take photos

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By the way, F47 came from a post Stoney made in the C Max section, but it looks like it applies to this layout only in a CMax, not a Focus like mine

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Just took the glovebox out again and I can confirm F39 anyway - Hope all this has helped mate, If it is 39 you need then it will be the same layout as mine anyway cause we both have mk2 ghia's

F39.jpg

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Yes, a big thank you, all done and dusted. It was F39 as to said.

Now where can I get some information on the rest of the fuses on that board?

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