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It's a dual relay and it's above the fuse box inside but try turning on whichever works turn/4ways to here it clicking if not go to rockauto.Com and look up your vehicle and then go to the electrical section to see what it looks like skirted or non skirted also go to ford owners.Com and download the owners manual then go to roadside emergencies and your fuse box diagrams and fuse values are there and the relays location also check your bulbs to if one filament is blown and there 2 in each the signals brake lights and 4 ways work off one and the regular tail/parking lights work off the other

2010 Ford... | Answered on Sep 27, 2019


Fuel level sensor is inside the fuel tank. Fuel tank pressure sensor is on top of the fuel tank.

2010 Ford... | Answered on Mar 07, 2017


I need to know if you have manual hvac or automatic temp control? The basics are the same, but, the wiring diagrams are different. You should have checked the actuator wiring circuits before doing anything else. Checking fuses is good, but, did you check for voltage on the fuse circuit. Use a test light. Some fuses are hot all the time, some go hot with the key on. It may be necessary to check ground for actuator, also.
Any hvac trouble codes?

2010 Ford... | Answered on Nov 02, 2016


Wrench Warning Indicator (Base Instrument Cluster)
The instrument cluster receives the powertrain status from the PCM over the HS-CAN. When a powertrain system concern is detected, the PCM sends the instrument cluster a command signal to illuminate the wrench warning indicator. If the 4WD control module detects a failure with the 4WD drive system, the 4WD control module sends a message to the instrument cluster over the CAN to illuminate the wrench warning indicator. On 4.6L engines, if the transmission control module (TCM) detects a failure with the transmission, the TCM sends a message to the instrument cluster over the CAN to illuminate the wrench warning indicator.
You need to take it to the dealer for them to sort it out , needs dealer IDS factory scan tool to see which system is the problem .
You

2010 Ford... | Answered on Dec 02, 2015


Could be a faulty switch blend door actuator or a bad blend door. relay or fuse


Hope this helps:-)

2010 Ford... | Answered on Nov 15, 2015


Fault in air bag system. If you mean something obstruction of seat weight sensor than bad sensor. Have air bag system scanned for codes

2010 Ford... | Answered on Apr 13, 2015


under the center console between front seats

2010 Ford... | Answered on Apr 03, 2015


Press the "Auto 4X4" button.

2010 Ford... | Answered on Mar 07, 2015


when you open the door the panel where the car door latch and hand rest, and door control is located you will have to remove all screws and buy tools to remove panels on the door, most just pop out or on a slide, remove power equipment, door handle, there be screw in the door handle area. after getting the panel loosen you will have to lift it up wards, after removing the panel, there will be some type of plastic just cut it or remove it. you are going to need service manual or diagram of the door working, you may find the info online, library, shop that will copy the material, here is some other sites that mite have what you are looking for.:

www.ask.com
www.about.com
www.info.com
www.wiki.org
www.youtube.com


______________________IMPORTANT___________________________
YOU SHOULD HAVE A SERVICE MANUAL FOR THE CAR THEY MITE HAVE A ROW OF RELAY ALONG THE FIREWALL UNDER THE HOOD OF THE, AND IN THE NEWER CARS OR TRUCKS THE RELAY IS LOCATED IN THE FUSE BOX AREA AND IF YOU LOOK AT THE DIAGRAM ON THE INSIDE COVER OF THE FUSE BOX IT WILL SHOW WHERE THAT LOCATION IS.
AND NOTE. *** SOMETIME THEY WILL ONLY PUT THE AMPS
IN A GROUP OF NUMBERS AND WITHOUT A MANUAL YOUR GUESS IS AS GOOD AS MINE*****************
IT MAY BE THE OWNER MANUAL
AT THE AUTO PART STORE THEY MAYBE HAVE ALL THE ANSWERS I SPENT WRITING THIS LONG LETTER

THANK YOU ROD

2010 Ford... | Answered on Mar 03, 2015


Most vehicles come with a small fuse remover placed in the fuse panel cover.....Normally it is red,white ,or yellow..To remove and replace a fuse ..,make sure the component that the fuse controls is off...If it is a simple fuse just lightly tug it side to side and it should come right out..If it is a huge type relay disconnect negative battery cable for safety..They make die electric lube you can use to lightly dab on the new fuse to make it slide in and out easier...I have used everything such as small needle nosed plyers to pocket screwdrivers in some situations...But you have to be careful not to damage anything especially other fuses surrounding the bad one....The BEST thing I have found is a good strong set of eyebrow tweezers...They make all kinds of tweezers however a cheap pair isn't good enough...they make a small sized professional tweezer which is very strong...Also .You could go to the parts store and probably find a cheap fuse puller..Tweezers are my favorite..

2010 Ford... | Answered on Feb 22, 2015


dealership, or go to an autozone for a diagnostics test

2010 Ford... | Answered on Jul 31, 2014

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