Hi I have a Ford Focus Zetec 2001 - got to work this morning to discover all my brakes lights weren't working. Is it more likely to be a fuse? Also any idea where the fuse box is, I've looked everywhere.
Usualy the fuse box is either under the dash on the pasanger side or sometimes they can be located under the hood some where it will have a lil black box with the word fuse you may also want to check the glove box but your problem is most likly a blown fuse
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may not all have fitted, but that year not to have is rare, when you turn on ign a ABS light should come on unless someone has hiden it to cover a fault. if you look under bonnet, and find the servo/master clylinder unit (near the brake fluid reservoir) track pipes down a block with several brake pipes running to it then it has , if the brake pipes from the master clyinder run direct to the wheels then you have not,
or find a clear road drive down it then slam brakes on hard if pedal throbs thats abs working
There is also a push in socket at the top of the light and a clip at the bottom. When the screws are all undone insert a flat screw driver under the light fitting about 4 inches from the top (remember to use a cloth under the edge of the screwdriver to avoid marking the paintwork) you should be able to push it out now.