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2003 Ford expedition fuse box diagram
You will find the diagram under the cover of the fuse box. But if its missing, refer to this link to find the fuse map for your car: https://www.autogenius.info/ford-expedition-2003-2006-fuse-box-diagram/
on Apr 29, 2020
2003 Eddie Bauer ford 5.4 expedition has vacuum
"The hot water check valve line runs into the firewall..it goes to the port closet to the passenger side. The main vacuum hose from the engine runs across to the canister behind the battery. There are two check valves in the main line. 1st check valve is close to the engine and its just a straight valve and the other check valve is close by the computer and has a tee built in it. The tee part runs down to the only and last port running into the firewall and there you have. Air and heat coming out the vents or defrost when you command"
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on Dec 28, 2019
Buzzing noise in fuse box 2003 ford expedition
i know this is an old post but this is happening to my truck to, ford expedition 2003, after swapping the relays i can get it to work but now is happening more often about once a week, sometimes i have to swamp several times until it starts. Any suggestions?
on Sep 30, 2019
Error message on my ford radio
Yes - there is a solution here.
The problem here is that you must leave continuous power to the radio. Any interruption causes the countdown or wait period to start all over again. The secret is to ensure the key is turned in the ignition to accessories point I or the first point on the ignition that activates power to the radio.
If the key is not turned in the ignition as outlined, the radio will automatically shut off after one hour which is a power saving feature (which is great) but it also has a side effect in this case of shutting off the radio before the time limit has been reached!!
Obviously - as you must leave the key turned in the ignition during the wait period (which may be up to 4 hours) please ensure the vehicle is parked in a safe location and well away from any opportunistic thief.!!
Hope it helps or for anyone reading this in a similar situation - this information applies to many vehicles and radio types as many manufacturers have a similar security feature - not just Ford.
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on Jun 02, 2018
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