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Re: fuse box diagram
Hi beth - Thought you might like to have the owners manual just in case you beed it for something else in the future. The fuse diagram is around page 285 but look in the index to be sure. The link below is for your manual. If this solves your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. If you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thanks.
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under the dash is a blinker solenoid. it constantly clicks when the turn signals are on. could be bad. Does the four way hazards work? if they do then it will be your turn signal switch (the handle you use to turn on the turn signals.) I've been a mechanic for 10 yrs. Hope this helps
If you have the owner's manual there will be a fuse box diagram and it should include all relays. If not you can purchase a Haynes manual that will also include the diagrams. Most likely the flasher is in the high amp fuse box under the hood and there is usually a diagram on the cover or in the fuse box itself.
Possible blown fuse. They both might be tied to the same fuse. Check the fuse box for appropriate fuse replacement. There should be a fuse box diagram in your owner's manual. Just a place to start. Hope this helps.
your flasher fuse is generally a round, or rectangular metal fuse.It should be in the fuse panel under the dash.If you look closely at the back of the fuse,sometimes they are stamped. You may be able to obtain a diagram of your fuse panel from your owners manual,check the index,or appendix in it.If you still have problems after replacing the flasher fuse,you may have a bad signal switch in the collum.Also try your hazards.On my truck the hazard signal sometimes does not fully engage,although the hazards stop flashing the turn signals wont work.more than likely,if the flasher fuse is blown,your hazards wont flash either. the lights for the signal should appear on your instrument panel and stay on steady,and not flash. good luck
you can obtain an owner's manual from a ford dealership... they usually run about $20-$30... if you just want a diagram of the fuse box they will most likely just print you a copy for free. hope this helps and good luck
The fuse panel is located to the left of the
steering column, and is hung from the instrument panel. To expose the
fuse panel, pull the release bar up with right hand and pull panel down with left hand and remove cover.
Replace the blown fuse with the same amp number listed on the old one.
Front and rear turn signals use slot 1 with a 15 amp fuse.
Check the fuses that are associated with the brake lights and turn signal. The fuse box is located below the steering column and the fuse box diagram (for fuse assignment) is located in the owner's manual. I hope this helps.