I have a 2005 ford focus with a manual transmition. Both back-up lights are not working. I checked the bulbs and the fuse with an ohm meter and they seem to be fine. I also bought a haynes repair manual to locate the reverse switch but found out that the manual doesn't cover my car.
Where is the back-up switch located? Is this a common problem?
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Check engine light would have nothing to do with this ! Check engine light is for engine codes ! there is a problem with the radio it self ! or SJB - smart junction box , ford's BCM - body control module . You should take it to a qualified repair shop . or ford dealer !
No fuse? Or no slots? If 53 has little metal terminals inside the slots to accept a fuse, then fuse it! Someone pulled it out and put it into 52. If there was a previous owner who blew his heated seat fuse, maybe he traded his back-up lights for a cozy heated seat! If, however, #53 has nothing there, like just an empty place of the fuse box-not wired, then indeed, strange. Is that the owner's manual you referred to? That should be accurate, if it's the owner's manual. Look closely at that #53 Good luck..