I looked on line to see what number the fuse was for the 2001 model under the owner's manual on line it said #13. It looks good but it still won't open with key or remote. Help!!!! Got groceries yesterday and piled them all in the back seat. Just got the car 3 days ago.
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If you do not know where it is or what it looks like than how do you know it is blown?
It is not difficult to visually look at a fuse to see whether or not it is blown. a visual inspection can be done with a flashlight and without removing any fuses from the fuse block. A blown fuse will typically have a black spot and an open in the wire between the two posts.
A test light can also be used to quickly identify blown fuses. if one side has power and the other side does not the fuse is no good.
Your owners manual will also help you identify fuses. In the back you will find the index. Look under fuses and it will give you the page numbers. If you do not have an owners manual one can typically be downloaded on the manufacturers website. Just look for an "owners" link usually near the top of the page.
Also note that the diagram in your owner's manual shows the fuse location diagram (on page 5-116) oriented 180 degrees from how the fuse box sits under the hood. You would think this is intuitive but you'd be surprised! Fuse #3 will be on the right side of the fuse box.
The best way to solve this is too have a look if the fuse has blown neither one will operate the rear hatch so my guess is yes the fuse 1st then try it the inside of the panel itself or owners Manuel should tell you which fuse # to look at first
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
Hi: Under your hood in the power distribution box is a 3A fuse, if blow your door locks and rear wiper motor won't work, replace fuse. To manually open door ... take a pick or fine longer screw driver and insert it through the carpet liner on the interior back door (center, top of carpet you will find a indent under the carpet.) move pick to release the door latch mechanism.
look in the owners manual or on the removable cover to the fuse box under the dash of your car, it should have a guide telling you which one is for the radio. This fuse may also be under the hood in a fuse box there, depending on your model.
If no guide is found there then look in your owners manual and it will guide you were to go.