Question about 2004 Ford F150
The fuse for the 12V accessory plug or "power point" as Ford calls it is located: looking at the fuse box (lower right side panel (just inside the passenger door)--the third row of fuses from the bottom; look for a large horizontal 30A thing (don't know what to call it). You'll see to its right, two 20 yellow fuses, then a 52. The 12V fuse is the second yellow fuse from the right of big 30A thing. The owners manual is useless for fuse information pg 194-195. The graphic in my manual doesn't look anything like the fuse box in my truck. Someone else posted on this site the 12V fuse is #39, being a yellow 20. That was my only clue, so I started pulling yellow fuses one-by-one until I found it. What fun!
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
That is a very silly question
Think about it.
All vehicle fuses are 12 volts
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: electric plan ford cmax 2004
hi i have a 2004 ford c max the electric windows were working fine 1 day next day not working does any 1 know whitch fuse it is and were. There is no diagram under the glove box fuse box any advice would be graet thanks rob
Posted on Sep 11, 2011
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