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Most fuses and relays are under hood located in a small black power distribution box for the A/C and other components..Pending vehicle year,make,and model..Some small fuses will be located inside vehicle normally under dash or at driver side left hand area of dash...The relay/fuse covers normally have a listing of which fuse runs what component....Owners manual will show you the location of fuse/relay locations....This answer is for most vehicles...I'm not sure of vehicle type you have but this is just where most are normally located...
dont know this particular vehicle but locate your owners manual and the fuse box or boxes in your vehicle will be shown in it. there should also be a list of what each fuse in the box is so check them out and make sure they arent blown. if you dont have your owners manual the most common places for a fuse box are under the dash on either the passenger or drivers side, under the hood (usually next to the battery but not always), on the side of the dash (drivers side) as soon as you open the door and on rare occasions under the back seat or even in your trunk.
Hi, that fuse is under the hood. You can see diagrams of both panels in the owner's manual. Get a free download here if you don't have one: https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp
There are two fuse boxes, one under the hood and one under the dash. The position and function of the fuses is normally marked on the inside of the fuse box cover and also in the owner's handbook. If you don't come right with these, work your way through the fuses looking for a blown one. Using a small pair of pliers will help in the removal and replacement of fuses.
If I remember right it's a 5 amp fuse on the interior fuse panel. The location of the panel and the fuse identification are in the owner's manual that came with the vehicle. It is normally located to the left of the driver either under the dash or under a cover to the left of the steering wheel. It is possibly under a removable cover that you can access on the side of the dash when you open the drivers door. There is normally a fuse identification listing on the cover as well.
The fuse panel is located to the left of the
steering column, and is hung from the instrument panel. To expose the
fuse panel, pull the release bar up with right hand and pull panel down with left hand and remove cover.
Replace the blown fuse with the same amp number listed on the old one.
Front and rear turn signals use slot 1 with a 15 amp fuse.