Shouldn't there be a fuse panel somewhere under dash? I looked in the common places e.g. under steering wheel, side of dash, glove compartment, but cant find anything! Someone who has or knows of Taurus se please help.---my windows won't work and im a smoker.
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Re: Fuse panel locations
The fuse box in the Ford Taurus is located under the front dash on the driver's side. It is near the brake pedal. It will have a cover on it. There is also a power distribution box which contains high current fuses on the right side. It is located near the battery in the engine compartment. It will also have a cover. Good luck and hope this help.
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There should be a fuse for the horns. Your owner's manual would give the location. It may be in the fuse/relay block under the hood. Is there another fuse panel under the driver's side dash? There is also a horn relay in the horn circuit. This should be in the under hood relay block, but they only rarely are the problem. The most common problem with no horn is the horn switch under the horn pad on the steering wheel. The metal contact strips often get bent out of shape. You would have to pull the horn pad off to check. The pad may be held on by plastic clips, or maybe Phillips head screws from the back of steering wheel. If that part looks good, you would probably need a voltmeter or test light to start checking for power along the circuit. Sometimes just finding the horns themselves can be difficult. Maybe behind the grill, or seen from inside a fender well (behind the fender inner liner), or mounted to a lower radiator support...somewhere on the front of car.
put your low lights on,see if sigaret lighter lids up. box under steeringwheel.take out one by one and see whit fuse, light goes off.is also possible in the cover off the box is indicated whits one it is
This circuit does not require a relay. It does have a fuse. the fuse box in the passenger area will have this fuse. this fuse box is in one of two places. If you have a small coin holder on the left hand side of the steering wheel check behind it, if not there look under the dash on the drivers side near the kick panel.
One is under the hood under a flip up black cover near the battery. This one is called the battery junction box.
The fuse panel inside the car is located below and to the left of the steering
wheel by the brake pedal. You will need to remove the panel cover below the steering column to access the fuses. This one is called the central junction box.
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One fuse box is located under the dash on the drivers side below the steering
wheel, down by the steering column toward the floor. Stop when you find a panel on the bottom right of the steering column. Access the fuse box through the lower part of the opening in the steering column. The other fuse box is located under the hood on the drivers side.
The fuse for the radio is in the Interior Fuse panel. It is either located to the left of the steering wheel under the dash or possibly in a covered area of the dash on the drivers side or under a panel on the console under the dash. Check the side of the dash on the drivers side covered by the door when it is closed. Open the drivers door and look at that area for a cover you can remove to access a fuse panel.
If by "power Outlets" you mean the cigarette lighter, the fuse is generally the same line as the interior lights, or the radio.
The Fuses are generally located in either of 3 places: 1. When you open drivers door - on the side of the dash a panel can be removed., 2. Just directly under the steering wheel, perhaps a panel is right there, below and or to the left of steering, or under the dash at this location, again to the left of the steering wheel. 3rd, some fuses may be located in or behind, or under the glove-box.
There is also a power distribution center (a black box with fuses and relays) next to the battery under hood. The cover can be removed and under the inside of the cover a description of fuses and relays are written here, typically. The cigarette lighter fuse would be on the inside of the cabin in one of the areas as described above.
Hope this is what you are looking for - even if it isn't the cigarette lighter fuse, you can find the fuse that you are looking for in one of these locations. Good luck. Canada E1A 2H4