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Hello,

I recently bought a 2002 ford focus zetec! Which im over the moon with!

But the cigar sockets havnt got no power at all? Has anyone got a fuse diagram or a picture to help me locate it?

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I had exactly the same problem today in my CC and it was blown fuse 109.

I don't think the fuse is the same in MY2002 so check car's user manual.

There is a collection of US user guides here:

http://www.focusplanet.com/#Focus%20Owners%20Manual

If US guid is to be trusted then it is fuse 47 (20A).

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I had exactly the same problem today in my CC and it was blown fuse 109.

I don't think the fuse is the same in MY2002 so check car's user manual.

There is a collection of US user guides here:

http://www.focusplanet.com/#Focus%20Owners%20Manual

If US guid is to be trusted then it is fuse 47 (20A).

Is this under the bonnet or behind the glove box?

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Thanks very much people ill have a look at it in a minute! Does my heading not having them, is it a easy fix tho?

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On the MK1/MK1.5 Focus the footwell fuse board is behind the glovebox.

Open the glovebox and remove everything in it then pupp the sides inwards so the glovebox hinges down.

You will see the fuseboard behind the panel.

It should be fuse 47.

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Thanks very much for the help it was fuse number 47 that had gone so replaced and work fine now with the light around it :D I do have this other socket tho? Is this standard or has someone put this in themselfs?

This is facing the back seats?

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Never had a second socket on my MK1.

Does that socket work ok?

No this socket doesnt work this is why wanted to know if it was OEM or someone has fitted it mate ill have a look tomorrow where its wired to

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I added two extra sockets in my MK2 when I did a centre console upgrade.

You may well find a piggyback wire between the rear socket and the dash mounted one or it may be wired directly to the fuse panel.

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My focus mk1 face lift has 2 sockets the one in the back seems to be in the same place as yours just near the hand brake facing the back seats. Presume it was standard.

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Mine has it as standard check the the cables not been caught and unplugged it I dont think its on a separate fuse but I could be wrong it might be

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My focus mk1 face lift has 2 sockets the one in the back seems to be in the same place as yours just near the hand brake facing the back seats. Presume it was standard.

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Same here fella I thought they was!

Mine has it as standard check the the cables not been caught and unplugged it I dont think its on a separate fuse but I could be wrong it might be

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So it must be a standard thing for zetec models?

Ok dokey ill check cables and see if that helps make it work :D

Anything else need to check for?

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