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There are two fuse boxes. The first, called the Integrated Power Module, is in the engine compartment. The second, called the Rear Power Distribution Center, is in the trunk under the spare tire access panel.
Check fuse# 42 a 20amp fuse in the fuse block located under the hood on the right side of the engine compartment. If the fuse is ok, check the stoplight switch located under the left side of the
dash on the brake peddle bracket. Hope this is helpful.
well you might want to look under the hood in the engine compartment for a fuse block. It will be located on the passenger firewall and will have a cover that you will need to remove in order to see the MAIN fuses that run power to everything including the ECM. If you arent familiar with your cars engine electronics, I suggest purchasing an owners manual if you dont already have one and look up in the tune up section , where to replace the the fuses. Start with checking your fuses. If by chance that you check all fuses and dont find any that need replacement, you have either a bad a/c pump or bad fan motor or even bad switch on the dash. If it was your a/c pump lots of times you will know right away by the pump freezing and the belt breaking. The fan motor would be noticeable by not running in at all for heat, vent or a/c. The switch would be noticeable by not working at all. Thats only if all fuses are good upon inspection and no wires have been recently tapped into or damaged .
The power point in the dash on the 2000 MY truck is engine compartment fuse panel, fuse #1, 20 A You might be talking about the rear power point which is engine compartment fuse # 12, 20A Passenger compartment fuse panel, fuse # 3 is for the cigar lighter & ODB-II port. If you are talking about the power point, it is the engine compartment fuse panel ( could be both the power point and the cigar lighter were both out )
If you did not get an owners manual with your truck ( purchased used ), you can download one from Ford : https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp
Also handy to have the PDF to search on keywords ( Ford calls the DC power ports, power points if you are searching ).