How do you find out fuse locations on a Ford Aspire?
This fuse box is located behind the glove box. To access the fuse box, do the following: 1. Open the glove box and empty the contents. 2. Press the sides inward and swivel the glove compartment downward. Note: Any improper modification to the electrical system can compromise the safety of the vehicle, implying risk of fire or engine damage. For any clarifications or questions, contact an authorized dealer.
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Answer . \nHi I had to change the fuel pump on my 1995 ford aspire about 6 months ago, if you fold the back seat down and then fold it up again there is a layer of carpet lift it up and the access for the fuel pump which is located in the fuel tank is there. it takes about 10 minutes if that to c…hange it....if you have anymore questions about it my email is email@example.com and the name is Kari, good luck. Answer . \nBefore removing Fuel pump, check the module located in the hatch-back area behind the cover on the driverside(if its the same as a '94 aspire). This cover is a plastic piece connected to where the rear radio speaker is mounted. Once removed you will see wiring leading to a box smaller than the average sized fist. On its topside you will see a button colored orange. It should be in the depressed position. If it is in the up position, push it down and then return yourself to the driver's seat and turn on your ignition. Most likely you'll then go for a joy ride! The module is designed to interupt power to the fuel pump in case of collision or any bump that might pop the button. (MORE)
Answer . \nit's located in the fuel tank. to get to it you need to remove the rear seat, and i think you need to pull the carpet forward. there will be a square shaped silver metal plate that you need to remove, then you will be looking at the top of the gas tank and the oval shaped fuel pump/se…nding unit cover. remove this and you have the fuel pump. (MORE)
Answer . On the backside of the engine, underneath the intake manifold, and, you need to go to a car \nparts store, and get a\nrepair manual for your car.\nThey cost about $16.00\nOr, go to a Public Library.\n.
located on right side of engine when looking from front side, by windshield. this one right first answer sucks
Answer . Believe it or not it is located under the distributor cap. If you look at the cap there is a post running alonside it to the center of the cap where the coil wire usually goes.
Pep boys gave me a print out. It looks nothing like my fuse box. That's why I'm searching the web! Good luck! You should have a diagram located in your owners manual Did u ever find out the answer? If so, let me know where to find it. I've been serching everywhere for the same answer. It is beside… the parking brake release. Remove the outer panel and the inner cover and you will find the fuses. There is no reference chart, you will need to go to the wiring diagram to find the fuse you are looking for. look in the vehicle mannual (MORE)
I believe you have to go in underneath the hood and unplug the headlight from behind, that's about all i know. Yeah if you open up the hood there will be a plug that is in the back of the headlight. To remove it all you have to do is twist it to the right or left I'm not sure but it just pull right …out after you do that. (MORE)
Answer . \nIt is located between the engine and the firewall at the right side of the engine approximately the same heighth as the bottom of the valve cover. There is two vacuum hoses attached to it and it is held on with two bolts. It also has a plug with wires attached to the top of it, is ro…und on the top of it about 2-1/2 inches in diameter. (MORE)
Answer . \nI know that on a 1995 it is located in the rear driver's side of the engine compartment. Although if you just follow the fuel line (it should have a flow arrow on it) from the engine block out it will run into the fuel filter.
Answer . Follow the speedometer cable into the transmission. The dipstick is at the end of the cable. . ________________________________________________________ . You're a dipstick, its a MANUAL transmission, they want to know where the "fill plug" is?. ______________________________________…__________________ . Actually the previous contributor is right. To check the MANUAL transmission fluid level you must remove the speedometer cable drive. There are marks on the drive end to show the level. This is also the filler for the transmission. I know it is not standard, remember this is a Korean car.. ________________________________________________________. Correct- unscrew the bottom-most speedometer fitting, right on top of the trans. You will need quite a long funnel with a pretty small end on it to get fluid into the hole, and that is your only option. It's Mercon ATF, by the way. I don't use the dipstick feature because it's hard to find, hard to see, and hard to use. I just drained it and measured out the transmission's capacity. As long as you don;t have a leak, it will hold its level. Mine's got over 250,000 miles so far, and I've never had to top off my trans fluid. If you're doing much work on it, by all means buy a Haynes or Chilton Service Manual. Cheap as heck and has everything you'll ever need to know inside it. Get one at AutoZone, Advance Auto Parts or Pep Boys or any decent parts store.. ________________________________________________________. Specifically for the Aspire 5-speed, first disconnect the speedometer cable at the transmission with a crescent wrench. Remove the 10mm bold holding in the gear assembly. It is a tight fit, so you'll have to turn/wiggle it to slide it out. To add fluid, I recommend a funnel with at least a 12" hose to reach the filler hole.. The drain plug is a 3/4" bolt, accessible through a rectangular opening in the frame brace bar beneath the car.. The 1994 to 1997 SE or LE models all use the same 5-speed manual transmission.. It's capacity is 2.5 liters (2.6 qts.US or 2.2 qts.Imp) using either Dextron III or Mercon ATF (don't mix, choose one). Don't use synthetic ATF unless it was recently rebuilt. (MORE)
Answer . it should be fuse #32 (7.5A) but you probably should verify the rating.
Answer . There are 2 fuse boxes / fuse panels in nearly every Ford product: one directly above the driver's left foot (when the driver is actually sitting in the driver's seat). The other is inside the engine compartment, on the right side - contains high current fuses. . There is extensive cover…age of fuses and the circuits each one protects Owners Manual. . See "Related Questions" below for sources of free online Owners Manuals for 1996+ Ford & Mercury products. Checking & Changing A Fuse . Inside the fusebox cover is a small white plastic tool for pulling fuses out. . Inspect the center section of the fuse to determine if it has 'blown' - it will be obvious if the metal strip has melted. . Insert a replacement fuse of the same color / amperage protection by simply pressing it into the fuse-slot. Checking a fuse . Generally, if a fuse is 'blown' you can tell by looking at the fuse. Look at the wire looking thing in the top on the fuse. It'll look kind of broken or burned or just otherwise messed up. If you're not sure what a good fuse looks like, go to an auto store and look at a new fuse. Then look at your fuses and compare appearances. Getting the engine compartment Power Distribution box cover off . There are actually two separate covers. One is for the circuit breakers and one for the fuses. There's a tab in the center that you squeeze together and it pops off. In the cover you'll find spare fuses and a puller. If you still need to get the breaker cover off, there's a tab on the corner marked "lift". With the other cover removed, you can then unsnap the tab and wiggle it out. Answer . Go to the dealer service dept and ask them to photocopy the diagram out of their service manual for you. They should do this for you with no problem. . Answer . If you want an owners manual try MOTORLIT.COM. Answer . Under the dash just to the left of the steering column. . Underneath the drivers side kick-board / panel underneath the steering column. . One fuse box is located under the hood by the battery. Another is under the left side of the dash. Carl . Not real sure for this model but I think there is a fuse box by the battery under the hood and another one under the left side of the dash. Carl . power fuses are next to battery in a black looking contaner there is a lid that has to be removed. the regular fuses are located underneaath the dashboard on the drivers side above your left foot... if you are sitting in the van . there are two fuse boxes, one is in the engine compartmente near de battery, the other one is under de driver side near the steering column. . It depends on the fuse. Most of the fuses in use today are small plug-in plastic devices. Simply grab them with needle nose pliers or a fusepuller and pull them straight out. They are color coded as to ampacity. There are two fuse blocks in the Windstar. One is in the engine room by the battery. The other is under the left side of the dash. Enjoy.... Carl . you can go to www.alldatadiy.com and you can buy a subscription for a year just for 25 bucks plus they have a lot information about your car, works pretty good for me. Answer . I think I seen it on this sight http://autorepair.about.com/cs/generalinfo/l/bl_img_ford023.htm . you have to look around. there are a lot of pages. Click on the link belowClick on Owner GuidesThe owners manual ( which includes the fuse box diagram ) can be viewed on-lineThe interior fuse panel is located under the dash panel on the left side wall near the driver side of the vehicle. it is enclosed with a black plastic cover. The power distribution unit fuse panel is a black plastic box located in the engine area near the battery, the battery should be disconnected before replacing fuses in the power distribution unit according to the owner's manual.The fuse box is located on the drivers side about half way up from the floor, it is mounted on the side and is made of black plastic roughly 4 inches wide and 6 inches high. The cover just snaps on and off. . Click on the "Ford Website" link below . Click on Owner Guides . The owners manual ( which includes the fuse panel diagram ) can be viewed on-line It can be found under the left side of the dash. \nThe simplest answer is: there are fusebox diagrams in your Owners Manual .\n \nYou can even download a free copy of any 1996 or newer Ford product Owners Manual. \n \nSee "Related Questions" below for the links\n \nIf you don't want to use the Owners Manual, Autozone.com offers a free Repair Guide - and that also has illustrated fuse panel information. (MORE)
Answer . \nDriver side, under dash, really far back. I needed to lay on my back on the drivers side floor and jam my head up in there to see them!
Where do you find a diagram of the fuse locations for a 1999 Ford F250 truck if you do not have the owners manual?
Answer . The only place to find it that I have found is the owners manual. Dont bother buying a Chiltons manual, its not there either.. Answer . See "Related Questions" below for links to the online Owners Manual .
You can usually go to a main library that has manuals for engines as well as transmission diagrams.
The fuse panel is located on the left side of steering column behind axcess panel, That's where the radio fuse should be.
Overhead Interior Light Fuse Location . \nOn my '95, the fuse for the interior dome lamp circuit is the one marked "ROOM" in the lower right corner of the fusebox in the dash.
I have a 1994 ford aspire, just cleaned the EGR valve last week. it is located just to the left of the #1 fuel injector and the passenger side of the fuel rail.
Where can you find a diagram showing the fuse location for the dome and door lights of a Ford Windstar?
Answer These questions all relate to interior lights - be sure to check into a stuck door ajar sensor "Related Question" below Answer . Just checking did you make sure your instrument cluster / dashboard dimmer switch was not on the always stay on position ? Answer . There are 2 fuse boxes / fu…se panels in nearly every Ford product: one directly above the driver's left foot (when the driver is actually sitting in the driver's seat). The other is inside the engine compartment, on the right side - contains high current fuses. . There is extensive coverage of fuses and the circuits each one protects starting around page 341 in the 1996 Owners Manual. . See "Related Questions" below for sources of free online Owners Manuals for 1996+ Ford & Mercury products. (MORE)
Answer . Heater cores on most vehicles are under the dashboard on the passenger side of the car. There should be some kind of plastic cover over it. You can find an approximate location by looking under the hood on the backside of the motor on the passenger side. There should be 2 small rubber… hoses about 1 inch in diameter that go into the firewall. these hoses go to the heater core. (MORE)
Answer . When you're looking at the engine, it's all the way to the left near the front of the car. It's a black square cover. You have to open the five or so metal clips and then remove the wingnut to the left and you should be able to gently lift the plastic housing. The air filter is inside.
I looked at the fuse panel diagram and it shows :. fuse # 18 - 5 amp - instrument illumination. it also shows :. fuse # 2 - 5 amp - instrument cluster. fuse # 19 - 10 amp - instrument cluster and air bag diagnostic monitor. Just wondering , did you check your gauge lighting dimmer wheel switch …to see if it had been rotated all the way down ? ( to the right of your headlight switch ) (MORE)
Answer . \nLook in the phone book under Transmission and call around. Usually if they take out a tranny that can be rebuilt, they will do so and sell it\nPhil
Answer . The starter is usually found on the bottom of the engine toward the front of the car, I reccommend looking at the part either online at Schucks.com or AutoZone.com or check out the store itself to get an idea of what it looks like before you take off a part that is potentially part of t…he compressed fuel injection (that would require the car to be taken to a shop and re-presurized) (MORE)
Answer . First check that you are using the right fuse, the proper amperage rating will be listed on the fusebox. Never use a higher rating than Ford specifies, the car can catch fire. If that's not it, you have a short circuit. Look at the wires at the taillights. Look for corrosion, loose conne…ctions or missing insulation on the wires back there. if that doesn't get it than look for flooded taillight assembles or bad lamps. If still no good than you're going to have to trace down the taillight wires to find the problem. Again look for loose or missing connections, corrosion or missing insulation. It can be a tedious process but just keep going until you find the culprit. (MORE)
The fuel pump is located above the fuel tank, which is right below the backseat. You have to unbolt the backseat and lift it up. There will be a panel underneath that you need to open up. There it is!
The fuel pump is located above the fuel tank, which is right below the backseat. You have to unbolt the backseat and lift it up. There will be a panel underneath that you need to open up. There it is!
`the cigarette lighter fuse is located in the fuse box under the bonnet on the passenger side
Where do you find a diagram of the fuse locations for a 2000 ford f250 truck if you do not have the owners manual?
Take the cover off of the fuse box. There should be a diagram on the underside of the lid.
under the hood in the thing that says diagnostic. you need to pick up a manual to learn how to pull the codes if it is OBD1, if it's OBD2 then its inder the steering wheel and bring it to an auto store to run the codes.
It is one of the three relays under the dashboard, adjacent to thebrake or clutch pedal. That is where it is located on the 1994Aspire.
\nCheck the main fuse box (use the manual to see what each fuse goes to) if it's not there then check under the hood in the fuse box right behind the battery.
The manifold absolute pressure (MAPO) sensor monitors the airpressure as an important input to the vehicle's EFI system. On thisapplication the MAP is bolted to the intake manifold, from where itgets its pressure readings.
Passenger side under the glove box by the floor. Remove the panel you will see it.
There are two O2 sensors. One upstream sensor and one downstream sensor. If you were standing in front of the car looking at the engine and you are tracing your way from the exhaust manifold to the muffler, you will find the upstream sensor first. It is before the catalytic converter. The downstream… sensor will be right after the catalytic converter (Midway down the car) on top of the exhaust pipe. You will see an electrical connection wire leading to both sensors. Hope this helps. (MORE)
I have a 95 T-Bird LX, and the fuse box is under the dash on the driver's side. Right beside the parking brake.
under the distributor cap there is a pipe bolted to the engine. the radiator hose is attached to it. take those 2 bolts out of that pipe and the thermostat is under it.
Open the driver's door and look at the side of the dash you can't see when the door is closed.
I believe the fuse box is behind a door in the instrument panel , just to the right. of the inside hood release
There's more than one fuse. Most of the fuses you'll find on that particular vehicle can be had at Auto Zone, NAPA, Advanced Auto Parts, etc - they're common components, and aren't proprietary.
Below and to the left of the steering wheel , by the brake pedal. Remove the panel cover to access the fuses. ( according to the owners manual )
In the fuse panel on the drivers end of the dash ( the removable plastic fuse panel. cover is visible with the drivers door open ). 4 / 10 amp fuse / Left headlamp. 8 / 10 amp fuse / Right headlamp and Fog lamp system. 33 / 15 amp fuse / High beam lamps. ----------------------------------------…---------------------------------------------------------------------. In the Power Distribution Box in your engine compartment - which is " live " - Ford. recommends disconnecting your battery cables before servicing anything in the. PD BOX :. In the 2nd row from the drivers side and the 4th spot from the firewall end of the PD BOX is a 30 amp maxi-fuse for the headlamp relay and the battery saver relay. Also in the 2nd row from the drivers side , and the 6th spot from the firewall end of the PD BOX is a 20 amp maxi-fuse for the headlamps. ( Fords diagram for the Power Distribution Box fuse locations was not numbered ) (MORE)
Click on the link below Click on Owner Guides The owners manual ( which includes the fuse panel location and diagram ) can be viewed online
Click on the link below Click on Owner Guides The owners manual ( which includes the fuse diagram ) can be viewed online ( the fuse and relay section starts on page 249 )
The crank sensor is located on the front side of the crank pulley, between the pulley and radiator.
Fuses That "Blow" Repeatedly Without being able to "hands on" troubleshoot the circuit served by the repeatedly blowing fuse, none of us can identify the specific defect which is causing your problem . Therefore, the following generic answer can be applied to any electrical circuit , whethe…r in a vehicle, or in a building, or whether alternating current [AC] or direct current [DC]. Fuses [and Circuit Breakers] are safety devices designed and installed in electrical circuits TO PROTECT the conductors [wires] and other components from short circuit conditions and/or overload conditions which cause an extremely large flow of electrical current [measured in Amperes], which causes overheating of the conductors that results in damage to the insulation and the conductors. And in a worst case scenario, the probability of a FIRE which could destroy the vehicle, house, or other structure in which the circuit is located. When a fuse or Circuit Breaker [and replacement fuses, or repeatedly "tripping" Circuit Breakers] "blow," especially if it happens repeatedly, is an indication of an UNSAFE CONDITION in that circuit, usually a short . The fuse or circuit breaker is doing what it was designed, intended, and installed to do, that is to protect the conductors and components of the circuit which it serves. The proper "fix" for this issue is for a qualified technician, who knows what he or she is doing, to troubleshoot the involved circuit, find and identify the defect, and make proper repair [s], BEFORE replacing the fuse again [with the properly sized fuse or before resetting a circuit breaker]. Some ignorant few people will suggest installing a larger fuse or breaker to solve the problem, BUT that will only increase the hazard, not correct it. Do not follow "bad" advice by installing a larger fuse in a misguided attempt to correct the problem. To install an oversized fuse would almost guarantee damage to the wiring and the probability of an electrical system fire. (MORE)
The heater fuse is in the driver's side fuse box in the passenger compartment. It is located below and to the left of the dash. It is a 30 amp fuse marked "BLOWER".
I believe the fuse that protects the speedometer also protects all the gauges in the dash cluster, so if that fuse was burned out all the gauges would be dead. If only the speedometer is not working I would suspect the speed sensor in the transmission to at fault, if the wiring checks okay.
You can view the 2001 Ford Taurus owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( the fuses and relays section starts on page 147 , it has the fuse diagrams and lists )
There are approximately 40 fuses, mostly in an oblong box under dashbetween steering column and hood release handle. There are approximately 40 fuses, mostly in an oblong box under dash between steering column and hood release handle.