Question about Ford Mondeo
It's behind the drop down "glove box" above the front passenger foot-well
You need to sit in the passenger seat, open the glove box and (whilst preferably empty) gently but very firmly pull it forwards towards yourself. It's just held in by 2 plastic clips (sort of horseshoe shape) in the dashboard - 1 either side - retaining the "round" hinge of the storage box itself.
Be careful not to pull it right out all the way before checking 2 things.
There may be a wire attached to the rear right-hand corner of the compartment - this is the AUX IN to the RADIO.
Secondly there may be a small plastic device on the left rear corner.
This is a DAMPER that just stops the glove box opening "quickly" all the way ending in a "THUD" - it controls a "slow opening" - not fitted to all models I believe.
Disconnect any wires / un-clip the little peg on the damper
Once removed you need a torch and to get your head where your feet were moments earlier.
You'll see a fuse and relay panel with layout something like this
You want the 15A fuse number F68
That's the top 1 of the 3 in the left-hand most column
Fuse panel looks like this - notice "horseshoe CLIP" bottom left
Once replaced, reverse steps of glove box removal.
Quite easy - should take 5 to 10 minutes
Posted on May 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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