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Cannot find the fuse for the central locking on a ford focus

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If it,s like the escort the fusefor the central locking will be behind the main fuse box with the relays

Posted on May 03, 2010

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The fuse panel is located to the lower left of the steering wheel. Remove the 2 hex screws holding it in place and turn it around. The fuse (63) is somewhat hidden behind a wiring harness. Replace the fuse and try the locks. If they work your are good, if it blows again you have to find the location of the shortage, thats where I'm stuck :(

Posted on May 29, 2008

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Fuse No 64 on back of fuse box inside cabin behind glove compartment undo two bolt and turn fuse board around pull the wires gently apart to see fuse 20 amp

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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the key fob sounds like it might be sending a signal sometimes so take the battery out and see if there is any change.joe

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SOURCE: central locking on Ford focus 1.4 W reg 2000

hi i would start by checking if there is a relay, it seems that there is a delay on the pressure pump that is supposed to shoot the door pins up.

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Your boot lock switch has proberly came loose or has no power or earth to it. You will need to check these things.

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