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Generally speaking the flasher unit is on the fuse box.
In the fuse box under the dash on the driver's side next to the kick panel.
Could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem
looking for fuse fuel pump
The main 100 amp fuse is located in the fuse box under the hood.
I tis in the fuse block under the dash on the drivers side. Replace the 30 amp fuse marked Blower.
It should be marked RADIO on the fuse block mounting cover in the passenger compartment
It is in the passenger compartment fuse box on the drivers side of the car under the dash. It is marked BLOWER and is a 30 amp fuse.
It is in the engine compartment fuse box right next to the battery.
The cigarette fuse lighter in a 1994 Ford Escort can be found in the fuse box. It is usually labeled with accessory or cig.
it should be right on the cover of the fuse box.
It is the 15 amp tail light fuse in the passenger compartment.
check out www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) click on Owner Guides / select 1999 year / Escort The owners manual ( fuse panel diagram for coupe and sedan ) can be viewed on-line
I have a book on 1994 ford escort i could fax you all diagrams in it if you wish.can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Its under the dash on the drivers side in the engine compartment.
You can find your 1999 Ford Expedition front windshield wiper fuse in the fuse box. The windshield wiper fuse will be in the second column, fourth from the top.
You can find the 1999 Ford Expedition headlight fuses in the fuse box. The headlight fuse will be the numbers three fuse.
The location of the fuses is marked on the fuse block cover. If the cover is gone you can go to the owner's manual to check out what fuses go where.
It is in the passenger compartment fuse block.
Most ford escort fuse boxes are located under the dash on the driver's side and just to the right of the kick panel.
on the fuse box there is a fuse map that tells you what is what
Check your fuses. I have a '99 Escort ZX2 and the motor simply quit as I was driving down the road. Turned out to be a blown fuse.
It is usually fuse number 12 in the fuse box and is a 7.5amp fuse.