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2006 towncar sun roof and radio don't work


Begin troubleshooting the moonroof by checking 20A FUSE 114 in the battery junction box.
Begin troubleshooting the radio by checking 15A FUSE 33 and 10A FUSE 3 in the central junction box and 10A FUSE 23 in the battery junction box.

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2002 van. Which fuses do I need to check/replace for instrument panel lights?


Fuse #2 15amp , fuse #36 5amp. ,location central junction box .
Central Junction Box
Below left side of I/P, near left kick panel
Fuse #4 under hood fuse box ( BJB ) battery junction box

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Where does the junction box sit at on my 2001 Ford Expedition ?


You have 2 junction boxes, the battery junction box which is located under the hood on the driver's side near the brake master cylinder, and the central junction box which is located under the driver's side of the dash.

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How meny fuse control the driver side window


1 circuit breaker and 2 fuses
Circuit Breaker #601--30Amp--in Battery Junction Box
Fuse 103--50Amp--in Battery Junction Box
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Multiple Relays and Modules Involved--if circuit breaker and both fuses good, diagnostic scanner use indicated.

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Fuse box e220


he fuse is located in the Battery Junction Box, fuse F70 (10A). The Battery Junction Box is located in the engine compartment near the firewall on the drivers side of the vehicle. F70 is located in the end of the Battery Junction Box. I hope this helps. If I have answered your question to your satisfaction, please accept so that I will receive credit for it. Thanks and have a great day.

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Horn is not functioning on my 2006 Ford Taurus. I have checked the fuses listed in the owners manual. I however can't seem to locate the Horn Relay. I found a secondary relay box stuck between the battery...


Is the air bag light lit on the instrument cluster ? The horn relay isn't under the hood in the engine compartment , it's in the SJB - smart junction box located inside the passager compartment . Under the dash panel left side . You can take the relay back to autozone because it's not the right one ! The relay is inside the smart junction box ,soldered to the printed circuit board !
Horn Horn
The vehicle is equipped with dual horns. The horns are mounted in the LF frame rail corner behind the front bumper.
The horn system consists of the following components:
  • steering wheel horn switches
  • clockspring
  • horns
  • smart junction box (SJB)
Horn Switch, Steering Wheel Mounted
The horn switches are incorporated within the driver side air bag module in the steering wheel. The switches are grounded and control the horns through the clockspring. For removal and installation of the driver side air bag module, refer to Section 501-20B .
Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Horn
  • Horn switch
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse 1 (60A)
  • Smart junction box (SJB) fuse 38 (15A).
  • Circuitry
  • Speed control actuator
  • Clockspring
  • SJB

Smart Junction Box (SJB) Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Index
DTC Description Source Action B1217 Horn relay coil circuit failure Smart junction box (SJB) If the horn is inoperative, Go To Pinpoint Test A . If horns sound continuously, Go To Pinpoint Test B . B1218 Horn relay coil circuit short to battery Smart junction box (SJB) Go To Pinpoint Test A .
Any codes ?
Symptom Chart NOTE: Refer to Wiring Diagrams for connector numbers stated in the pinpoint test. Condition Possible Sources Action
  • The horn is inoperative
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse 1 (60A).
  • Smart junction box (SJB) fuse 38 (15A).
  • Circuitry.
  • SJB.
  • Horn switch.
  • Horn.
  • Speed control actuator.
  • Go To Pinpoint Test A .

Your best bet , take it to a qualified ford service center .

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Radio windows and fuel read out stopped working


Check Fuse 2.3 (20 Amp). See electrical diagram below.

When it goes, it'll take out the audio and "Cluster and Panel Illumination."
(assuming your vehicle doesn't have an OEM Nav system - in which case fuse 2.3 would
supply power to the Nav system).

Fuse 2.3 is located in the CJB (Central Junction Box) - not the BJB (Battery Junction Box),
nor the AJB (Auxiliary Junction Box).

Also, check fuses F1.6 (60 Amp), and fuse F1.62 (30 Amp) in BJB (Battery Junction Box).
Also, check fuse F2.17 (15 Amp) and the "Accessory Delay Relay," both in the CJB (Central
Junction Box).


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Here's the electrical diagram for 2005 Mercury Mountaineer Power Windows:
Note how fuses F1.6, F1.62, F2.17, and 'Accessory Delay Relay" will all
disable the power windows.

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What is the fuse location for the power windows and for the rocker switches for the 2002 Ford Explorer? Thanks


for early production models
bjb (battery junction box) fuse #6
cjb (central junction box) fuse #17

for late production models
bjb (battery junction box) fuse #6
bjb (battery junction box) fuse #47
bjb (battery junction box) fuse #2
cjb (central junction box) fuse #17



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What numer fuse runs the cuise control and back wiper i dont have a owners manuel


For the rear wiper fuse 12 10 amp in the battery junction box and fuse 11 15 amp in the central junction box. For the speed control fuse 7 20 amp battery junction box, fuse 13 20 amp central junction box fuse 5 15 amp central junction box. I hope this helps and good luck

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