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Old 12-13-2011, 11:34 AM   #1
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Focus Central Locking Relay Location

Hello,

Can somebody let me know where the central locking relay is located on a 2000 model. I can find the control module ok and also the fuse no 63 but I still don't know the location of the relay.

Help appreciated.


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Old 12-13-2011, 01:43 PM   #2
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Have you tried looking in your owners manual. All the relay and fuse locations are listed in there (I'd give you the page number if I could remember but I can't).
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I checked my manual. It doesn't list a relay for the central lock module. Only the fuse you already found.
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Many thanks for your replies.

My c/locking doesn't work at all. I found the fuse at the rear of the fuse box was blown but still didn't work after this was replaced.

My next move is to replace the control module, I have unplugged it for a few hours, but still no luck after reconnecting.

So, I was under the impression that there might also be a relay as well to check so that I can replace that if the control module replacement won't help.

Thanks again.
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