The 5th generation Ford Transit was produced in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999. In this publication, we show the location of the Ford Transit 5 fuse and relay blocks, their diagrams and a description of the elements. Note the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.
This model has 3 blocks with fuses and relays. The main one is in the cabin and 2 additional ones under the hood. Their performance and the number of elements may differ and depends on the equipment level of your Ford Transit 5.
Fuse box in cabin
Blocks under the hood
Power fuse box
This unit is located in the engine compartment to the right of the car's movement, behind the main battery (more precisely, between it and the right wing). All the main equipment of the car is somehow connected through these fuses.
There are 6 such fuses in total, they are designated as FA, FB, FC, FD, FE, FF. The current diagram will be printed on the cover.
Regardless of the configuration, engine type, etc., on all 5th generation Ford Transit cars, at least two of the six fuses are mandatory in the block.
|FA||80A Starting system, Engine management system 2.0 DOHC, Light system|
|FB||40A Fog lights, Additional heater|
|FC||60A Emergency system, Engine management system|
|FD||50A ABS, ESP|
|FE||50A Engine control unit, gasoline or cold start system, diesel|
|FFa||20A Engine management system, diesel or air conditioning|
|FFb||50A DOHC, turbodiesel: automatic clutch, engine management system|
|FFc||60A Automatic Clutch, Engine Management System, Air Conditioning|
Fuse and relay box
It is located on the left side of the engine compartment. The current diagram will also be on the lid. The following items can be found here.
Fuses responsible for automatic clutch and air conditioner fan
R22 - relay engine starting system
R84 - motor relay
R124 - air conditioner fan relay
R209 - hydraulic pump relay
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