Question about 2005 Ford Freestar
LOOK AT THE FUSE BOX IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT. LOOK TO THE PART OF THE FUSE BOX THAT IS TO THE BACK OF THE CAMPARTMENT THEN START COMING BACK TO WHERE YOU ARE STANDING KEEPING YOUR EYES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BOX. FROM THE THE BACK OF THE BOX AND IN THE MIDDLE OF IT YOU WILL FIND TWO MINI FUSES. THESE FUSES IF THEY ARE LABELED WILL BE FUSE #66 AND #63. THEY WILL BOTH BE 20 AMP FUSES. YOU WANT #63 WHICH WILL BE CLOSEST TO YOU. THIS IS YOUR POWER OUTLET FUSE. REMEMBER IT IS ABOUT TWO TO THREE ROWS OF FUSES FROM THE BACK OF THE FUSE BOX COMPARTMENT. THERE WILL ALSO BE 8 OTHER MINI FUSES AROUND THEM. FOUR ON THE RIGHT SIDE AND FOUR ON THE LEFT SIDE.
PULL #63 AND SEE IF IT IS THE PROBLEM.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
If you look at the fuse box located under the dash on the drivers side the fuses should be labeled.
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