Question about 2004 Ford Focus
Use a volt-meter...check power at fuses by establishing good ground for meter and probing into small space on back of each fuse...each should have power at both ends with key on. Use the meter to establish that the battery has full 12v, and that the engine is properly grounded, power is present at starter when key is turned and that starter solenoid has power. Your manual would not cover this to any degree but you can get a vehicle specific manual like Haynes for about $20. Make sure that both battery terminals are clean on contact surfaces before beginning .
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