The 2012-2014 Ford Focus has two different fuse boxes and one power distribution box that are located in three separate locations. When an electrical component stops working the fault may be in the fuse that protects it. Because the fuse easiest to check, look at it first. You’ll want to check for burnt fuses or signs of water damage.
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Fuse Box Locations
There are two different fuse boxes that are located in the interior of the 2012-2014 Ford Focus. The first one is located under neath the glove box door, near in the passenger seat floor.
Once you’ve gained access to the bottom of the glove box, you’ll want to remove the two plastic fasteners that hold the kick panel in place.
Once this kick panel has been removed, you’ll gain access to the main interior fuse box.
The main interior fuse box is used for components such as dome light, radio, heated seats and power windows.
The second interior fuse box is located on the driver’s side of the rear trunk wall.
You’ll need to remove a small cloth interior panel that pops out easily to gain access to the rear fuse box.
The engine bay has a fuse box that is commonly called the power distribution box. The power distribution box power many of the systems specifically related to the exterior components such as the engine, headlights, fog lights and horn.
The power distribution box on the 2012-2014 Ford Focus is location on the driver side of the engine bay.
Once you lift and remove the top black plastic cover, you’ll gain access to the fuses and relays for the exterior systems.
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