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Old 11-10-2013, 01:34 PM   #1
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Focus 2002 se junction box problem

Hi im new to this forum, hope i can get some help. I have a 2002 focus se soch and it has some electeical problem, it looks like half of the fuses in the junction box are dead, like not getting any electricity at all, the fuses are good. Any ideas where i should start looking. Thanks


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Which junction box are you referring to...the Battery Junction Box (under the hood) or the Central Junction Box (under the dash)???
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Old 11-10-2013, 04:47 PM   #3
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The one under the hood.
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If trying to use positions that were not being used before like adding something look close, the unused slots have no electrical contacts in them and cannot be used. No wires running to them underneath either.
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The power cables are known to go bad on these. Check for melting inside the insulation, since some can look fine from the outside but be a right mess inside.
Same for grounds.

Remember lots of circuits are only hot with key in ON or START positions.
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Old 11-12-2013, 03:57 PM   #6
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All rigth thanks, ill check into that.. Thanks for the tip
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AMC49 no im not doing that, i used a fuse tester on all of them, some of them are good, but i got others that seems dead and they are brand new
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Fuse condition means nothing, you have to have power to that fuse......................you have to sort that out as he says. The power manifold going into bottom of fusebox is NOT known for going bad, but incompetence can change that quicker than spit. There is at least one buss link connecting more than one circuit there IIRC. I rebuilt the entire fusebox once, fun..................and added like 10 more circuits while doing so for possible future use.

Fusebox and main wiring harness are all considered one part there.
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Old 11-13-2013, 05:09 PM   #9
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All rigth, thanks ill work on that. Ill keep you updated.
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Old 03-27-2014, 02:12 PM   #10
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Hey sorry for not posting anything, i really dint work on the focus till today but i cheked some wires and stuff, the problem is im not getting any electricity on the fuel pump, i already put a new relay and fuse but anything, i put some wire directly to the fuel pump and she works but when i plug it into the car, doesnt do anything....
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