Question about 2004 Ford Focus
I would take it to a reliable auto repair shop, they have headlight aiming equipment to get it right, it only takes a few moments.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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The second junction block (No. 2) is found under the hood on the forward part of the left wheelhouse (driver's side). The fuses, fusible links and relays in this junction block generally control the engine and major electrical systems on the car, such as headlights (separate fuses for left and right), air conditioning, horns, fuel injection, ECM, and fans.
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