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Door locks stoped working on my ford focus 2000 and I was wondering what the fuse number was and where it was located..

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I think the number is 63 - but it is crazy where it is located. The fuse box is located on drivers side under steering wheel - but you will need to remove the fuse panel as this fuse is on the back side. Remove the two screws holding the fuse panel and fish through the wires and there is a single fuse on the back side - this is the fuse for the door locks. Hope this helps

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