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Re: items on console not registering e.g.petrol,mileage,...
There is another fuse box in the engine compartment, it is the power distribution box, there is a 30 amp fuse link cartriage, this is not a fuse, it is replacable from ford parts only, it is marked DEFOG, I am going to provide a link to your owners manual, if u can't directly click the link copy and paste it into your web browser,
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The rear blower motor switch and the rear floor console switch bezel are serviced only as an assembly.
Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.
Remove the rear floor console.
Rear Blower Motor Switch
Remove the rear floor console switch bezel by releasing the retaining tab located at each end of the switch bezel and pushing it out through the front surface of the console.
Disconnect the wire harness connectors from the rear blower motor switch and the rear heated seat switches.
Remove the rear heated seat switches from the rear floor console switch bezel by gently prying the switches free from the back of the switch bezel.
Install the rear heated seat switches into the back of the rear floor console switch bezel. Make sure that the switch retaining tabs are fully engaged to the bezel.
Connect the wire harness connectors to the rear blower motor switch and the rear heated seat switches.
Install the rear floor console switch bezel into the rear floor console by pushing it in through the front surface of the console. Make sure that the bezel retaining tabs are fully engaged to the console.
Remove cover from rear wiper arm (it is covering the wiper arm nut) gently ease off the plastic moulding in the middle of the nut try squirters if water is coming out unblock the water jet holes in the plastic moulding
One is the rear demister (front demister is in the center console with the heater). But it could also be the windscreen cleaner pump, if you mean on the stalk. (up, front window, down, reap window).
One is the fog lamps if fitted
The last is an inverter buit into the car so you can run 100Volt domestic devices (like laptops/shavers and stuff). I think the japanese have 100 volt domestic power. You'll find the *** power socket on the back of the centre console under a little hatch, easiest to see from the back seat. Mostly you want it turned off.
thats either your air conditioning is turned on, or your heated windscreen or rear screen is turned on...
It may also be the heated mirrors or heated front sets.. Check in your handbook as it will tell you in that..
Was the original windscreen a heated windscreen?? If so, has the wire that feeds this been trapped causing a short which is blowing a fuse which also feeds the dead items?? Maybe theres an inline fuse for these items located in the kick panel. If it was fitted professionally, I`d have a word with them, they should sort it out, they caused the problem, not you. Ian
Turn the ignition off Press and hold the milometer push button (the button for reset the miles mostly the right hand push button on the dash) Turn on the ignition (do not start the car!) Wait for the display countdown to reach 0 Release the milometer push button Turn the ignition off. Turn the ignition on and check that the correct mileage till the next service is displayed