Do you want to fix your car or take "the long way around the bush"? I'm getting really tired of people who think the details and observations must be kept secret and we're supposed to know over a computer what's wrong.
Some fuse links tap off the starter, ... On SOME Fords. Some tap off the starter relay on the fender, ... On some models. Some are by the left strut tower. Some are buried in the wiring harnesses because you hardly ever have to get to them. They look like, ... Oh wait. Sorry, I already answered the question. What are you going to do when you find them?
It also depends on the engine size, factory-installed options, etc. That's why they always ask you those questions when you go to the auto parts stores, but you see fit to keep that information secret too.
Sorry for beating around the bush, but my goal is to help courteous people fix their cars. If all you want to know is where something is located, you need a live human being who can actually look at the car.
Sunday, March 4th, 2012 AT 1:38 AM