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Wont charge, new battery and alternator

Is the battery symbol lit on the instrument cluster ? Check fuses F1.26 30amp in the battery junction box , fuse box near battery in the engine compartment . Also check F2.27 10amp fuse in the central junction box , inside passenger compartment under the dash . It won't charge without voltage on this fuses . Also the heavier gage wire on the back of the alternator should have battery voltage , 175 amp main fuse near battery connection .

Jan 17, 2016 | 2000 Ford Taurus

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Which fuse works the horn

look on the back of the fuse box cover. The diagram is on it. Look for a horn symbol.

Sep 04, 2014 | 2005 Ford Taurus

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What do the symbols mean on a Mitsubishi eclipse 2.4 liter 5 speed fuse box cover

that is the # of the fuse in relations to the owner's book

Dec 28, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Dash lights not working

check your dash light fuse. It is called an instrument cluster light fuse.
your ford parts department will tell you the location of your fuse box and what the symbol for the dash light fuse looks like.

Dec 03, 2012 | 1996 Ford Explorer

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Need symbol for 3rd brake light on ford fiesta 2003 fuse box

I use and I'd recommend you register for free at Once registered you'll have access to repair and shop manuals for virtually any car or truck. All the data and diagrams you need now or may need in the future will be a couple of mouse clicks away. A diagram of the fuse panel is usually available.

Jul 19, 2011 | Ford Fiesta Cars & Trucks

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Fuse ratings and symols for instruments

Not quite sure as to your question but will see what I can do. as far as your symbols in the cluster are concerned. On the bottom left the following symbols are: Low fuel, Service engine, air bag readiness (Looks like somebody strapped to a seat with a balloon in their face), Seat belt, brake & ABS. On the right bottom of you cluster is: High beam light, Theft, Battery, oil, Check coolant and tailgate/truck is open. Those are what lights are there. If you are looking for a certain fuse, there are 2 that deal with the instrument cluster. the first one is the instrument cluster one. It is a 10 amp and is located in the fuse box. as you are looking in the fuse box you will see 3 rows of fuses next to each other with 5 in each row. The 10 amp fuse for the cluster is in the middle row 4th one down. They call it the meter fuse. The second fuse that lights up the instrument cluster is a 15 amp fuse and is located in that same section of fuses but is in the 3rd row over from the left and the second one down. It is called the stop fuse. This is for a basic Escort not a gt or the other one (Z something). I have a owners manual i can email you if you want. . Just email me and I will send to you. I hope thats the info you needed and good luck.

Feb 11, 2011 | 1998 Ford Escort

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Four wheel drive is not engaging when you turn the swith

it is usually the sensor or the control button itself on the dash if you have an owners manual check in there for a fuse or a relay if no manual look under the dash on drivers side for the fuse box and under the hood for the relay box

Jan 04, 2009 | 2001 Ford Explorer Sport

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What are meaning of the symbols on the fuse box

what is not working you should be able to see the blown fuse if not take 1 out check it if not blown replace it and repeat till you find blown one. if this helps please rate. joe

Nov 21, 2008 | 1998 Land Rover Range Rover

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