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Old 08-03-2019, 12:44 PM   #1
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Need wiring diagram 2002 Focus manual trans

A wire and connector came loose under the dash on my son's '02 ZX3 manual shift and now it will not start. Electrical is on - windows, etc work but no crank. Recently replaced the clutch interlock safety switch and the starter.

Apparently his foot hit something and it looks like the connector came with the cable and plug-in. We can't figure out where it came from. No obvious open socket etc.

Maybe a wiring diagram could help track where it goes.

The car was running when the cable fell loose, but would not restart after. Has to be something with the ignition.

Any help appreciated.


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Old 08-03-2019, 06:25 PM   #2
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A wire and connector came loose under the dash on my son's '02 ZX3 manual shift and now it will not start. Electrical is on - windows, etc work but no crank. Recently replaced the clutch interlock safety switch and the starter.

Apparently his foot hit something and it looks like the connector came with the cable and plug-in. We can't figure out where it came from. No obvious open socket etc.

Maybe a wiring diagram could help track where it goes.

The car was running when the cable fell loose, but would not restart after. Has to be something with the ignition.

Any help appreciated.
Wiring diagram is based on functions not harnesses so it wont help.

Did the engine die while running when the connector fell out or did you shut it off and it just would not crank after? If just no crank is it related to the interlock switch you were working on?

Can you take a pic of the connector and post, or give a better description of the connector - color, number of contacts, etc?


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Old 08-03-2019, 06:41 PM   #3
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Connector/cable fell while running. Stayed running. Would not restart after a stop. When I get a photo or two from my son I will post them. THANKS for the feedback
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Old 08-03-2019, 07:58 PM   #4
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Going from memory: a light purple wire, black connector, looked like three blades on the inside BUT....the recepticle housing came off with the connector still clipped on. :( The back of the recepticle had two vertical silver contacts and it obviously clipped into something, but I could not locate where. I looked in and around the fuse box and saw nothing that this would fit into. The wire was only so long and would only reach the inside fuse box and some parts of the steering column. I won't be able to get to the car for pictures until morning. Thanks again.
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Old 08-04-2019, 08:55 AM   #5
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Photos. Any feedback is appreciated. I think it's something ignition related, since the car did not die when it came loose, but would not start. THANKS
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hope this helps

if not i have the full service books.
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Old 08-04-2019, 09:37 AM   #7
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Thanks very much. The diagram will take some de-coding, but hopefully it will help us figure out where the disconnect is.
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wire color

what are the wire colors? its kind of hard for me to make out.
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it looks like the start inhibit switch

its a normal open circuit.if you make a jumper wire and touch the two contacts the car will start. That is one of the switches on the clutch pedal. Before you buy a switch make the jumper and make sure it starts. Please use caution, make 100% sure the car is not in gear.
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We replaced one clutch pedal switch already - the one that clips into a bracket and has a plunger that the arm hits when the pedal is depressed. Is there yet another switch? I'll have to take another look. I wonder where it attached? [the wires appear to be red/black] Thanks for the reply. We'll try the jumper with all due caution.
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