The video above shows how to replace blown fuses in the interior fuse box of your 2000 Ford Focus in addition to the fuse panel diagram location. . It's a yellow twenty amp fuse located in the underhood fuse box. Richard I just replaced this for a 2005 Ford Focus and sure enough it was behind the little storage compartment on the left hand side of the steering wheel. I think for the money it's a great little car to bomb around in and race back and forth to work.
Regarding the brake dust, Ceramic pads can greatly reduce this effect. Pump the brake while the vehicle … is turned off. This also wo … rked on my 2002 Ford Focus diesel estate - Richard Worked on a 2007 Ford Focus. I am looking forward to owning my first Camry soon. Not an auto repair expert? Outside that box it's a pretty dependable car for the money and the company. If you do not have one, go to Ford.
You feel every bump you hit regardless of the size of the bump. Some components may have multiple fuses, so make sure you check all of the fuses that are linked to the component in question. Drive the vehicle inreverse and press the brake a few times to clear the lines and setthe calipers. It constantly goes through emission sensors and gives erroneous engine light errors. Check your hoses it may be time to replace if they are too sq … uishy or too hard. I would not recommend buying any focus, as a matter of fact I would not recommend buying any Ford product because of all the problems myself and my family have had with the Taurus-Windstar-Focus, we have had many fords over the period of 5 decades and can't rely on Ford since the early 1990's.
To restore function, someone has to replace the fuse with one of equal amperage. Plus I've had quite a few problems with it. Replaced it and now things are working again. The black fuse cover should give you a reference as to which fuse is numbered what. Any ideas where to find that on the computer? It was 20 amp but I can't find the handbook so I don't know if it's supposed to be 20A.
Both that are my fault and factory defects. Runs well but do here the noise in the brakes. Electrical components such as your map light, radio, heated seats, high beams, power windows all have fuses and if they suddenly stop working, chances are you have a fuse that has blown out. If your Focus has many options like a sunroof, navigation, heated seats, etc, the more fuses it has. And program the fan to kick on earlier so the engine will run cooler. So I pull the fuse and check for power with out the fuse and nothing and that was not only one 57 and 58 diagram says suppose to go to corner lights nothing.
So I have turn signals both sides brake lights and the hazard flash also just like normal. There should be a diagram under the fusebox cover that shows what circuits each fuse protects. If you still think it's the fuse, go to roadside emergencies on your owner's manual. Not to mention the latch for the hatch froze up and it's stuck shut. Once i can get this all fixed up, i do look forward to building it up. I pinched the two side walls together and the door opened wide and exposed the fuse panel. I find it curious that it took 5 decades to change to a different manufacturer, but each manufacturer has it's problems.
Now it only locks up one back tire but that's all your really need. Has anyone run into this problem? First check both front and rear bulbs on whatever side you are trying to repair, it is rarely the fuse. Once you have it filled you may want to run it with the cap off in your garage to allow the air to bubble out. We've worked hard over 11 years designing a website experience that makes it easy for anyone to idenify whether parts fit their car. Place a flat head screw driver there to pop the cover off. Especially for tuning up to perform as a race car if you will.
Not to mention the recalls, many recalls. Extreme static discharge from the upholstery, don't believe me? April 1 2009 - not an April Fool, on my 2002 diesel Focus, I open the glove box door, then pull it out further squeezing the sides , then can access fuses, on my version it's fuse 47, not 35. If you ask if I would recommend it - then yes I would - but only as a second vehicle for your wife or kids. I have seen more infrequent troubled focus cars that problem child's. May just pull out, may have screws holding it. I do want to comment on the 2nd persons comments however. It's a 25A fuse and the manual recommends disconnecting the battery before replacing.
I do empathise with their troubles as sometimes you get a trouble car. Answer So far love my 2001 hatchback. Relay Description R17 Starter R18 Rear intermitten wipper R19 Front intermitten wiper R20 Not used R21 Not used R22 Not used R23 Horn R24 Battery saver R25 Rear defrost, heated mirrors Engine compartment fuse box. In front of the driver sit, there are actually 2 fuse boxes. I figured it was a bad fuel filter so i changed that. The cover pulls off very easily.