try the fuses under the hood of the car
a sound that goes click,click,click,click,then maybe a start. and that's if you know you have a good battery good alternator and fuses are all good just to keep it safe you know that goes
Get a wiring diagram and read it on the can.
It depends on where it is installed. Household fuses are always in the fuse box. When power goes out in your house, you check the fuse box first.
There are two spots for fuses in a 2001 sable, the interior fuse box is located under the dashboard, slightly left of the steering wheel, there's a rectangular faceplate covering it, and contains a fuse extractor - you will need mini blade fuses to replace a blown fuse. the other sport for the rest of the fuses is under the hood in the engine compartment, you'll see a box near the front of the motor clearly labled fuses. If you still have your owners manual, there's a section in it that explains what fuse goes where.
does it crank? could be a number of reasons one fuel pump or fuel pump relay or fuses... two the timing belt could be broke three cam or crank shaft position sensor four bad pcm five bad starter (i know you said its new starter and fuses but starters can be bad out of the box and they can blow fuses again as well. six bad map sensor and the list goes on and on also your fuel pump safety switch may need need to be reset... the list goes on and on double check ALL your fuses and start checking all this stuff out....
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2 different fuses
One can find reviews for a 2001 Ford Escape when one goes online to websites like Auto Trader. On this site, one can find details of specs, price, as well as reviews of this car.
there isn't a relay on xantias, the power goes batery to fuses then to stalk and splits then back to fuses then headlights, hope that helps
All of the fuses are labeled on the fuse housing, they are listed as what number and what it goes to. as for the actual size of the fuses they are the ones that are slightly wider than a half an inch...not the little ones, the medium sized ones.
perhaps the fuse was inserted backwards. some cars will blow fuses if the fuse is intalled this way because in these fuses electrical flow only goes one way.
Under the hood there should be a box with relays and fuses in it. Generally the lids of these boxes will indicate which fuse and relay goes to which accessory.
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The fluid goes down the dipstick tube.
In general, fuses will cut the electric current when it goes beyond a certain limit. Fuses are there for safety, to prevent damage or fire to electrical circuits in case of an overload. Fuses have similar functions in motorcycles and cars.
There are two. The first is in the dash. Open the driver side door and look at the left side of the driver side dashboard. There is a little door there. Inside is an assortment of fuses. If you do not find the right one there, then open the hood. On the left side of the entine comparment, behind the battery (towards the firewall) is another fuse box. If you open this, you will find many more fuses and a schematic of which fuse goes to which item. There are two. The first is in the dash. Open the driver side door and look at the left side of the driver side dashboard. There is a little door there. Inside is an assortment of fuses. If you do not find the right one there, then open the hood. On the left side of the engine comparment, behind the battery (towards the firewall) is another fuse box. If you open this, you will find many more fuses and a schematic of which fuse goes to which item.