Question about Ford Focus
This sounds like the wires in the plug have shorted together at times and overheated the plug.or the wiring near the plug touched and overheated,look at the wiring from the plug back a ways and see if it looks like it has gotten hot or signs of melting,you may need to repair the wires when the plug is replaced.check the headlight bulb as well for signs of getting hot at the base of the bulb or just replace the bulb.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Turn the engine off, open the hood, and disconnect the negative battery cable (--) with your pliers.
Locate the power distribution box against the firewall on the driver's side of the engine compartment. Flip up the latch and remove the plastic cover.
Determine which headlight fuse you want to replace. The 2001 Ford Focus uses four headlight fuses--one for each headlight. Fuse number 16 is for the passenger side low beam; fuse number 17 is for the driver's side low beam. Fuse number 26 is for the passenger side high beam; fuse number 27 is for the driver's side high beam.
Grasp the fuse with your fingers and pull it straight out of its mount. Insert the new fuse in its place. Replace the plastic cover and reconnect the negative battery cable.
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