Relay part number OEM

Tiny
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  • 2014 FORD FOCUS
  • 2.0L
  • 4 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 44,000 MILES
Looking for part number for vin# 1FADP3F21EL380534 so I can find a correct aftermarket part. Ford online lists relays but they don't say what they are for. I don't have the car here and my mom is 85 so no chance of her finding it. Lol

   My guess is pn 6G9Z-14N089-B and if it is aftermarket pn ECH AR7046 from NAPA

  Thanks again,  
     Phil
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Saturday, December 14th, 2019 AT 9:41 PM

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Tiny
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Hello, I'm Danny.

What relay are you looking for? What system on the vehicle? I will try to reference the numbers you provided until I hear back from you. This just shows as a relay being both part numbers you've provided were correct. Picture attached below. Thanks for using 2CarPros.
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Saturday, December 14th, 2019 AT 9:56 PM
Tiny
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Hi,

The part number you listed, from what I can tell, was used on the Focus starting in 2015. It is a standard type 4 blade 40 amp relay. As far as specific application, it can be used for multiple things. Can you tell me which component or components are affected?

The Napa number you provided is also a 4 blade 40 amp relay, so it should work as a replacement, but I don't know what you are using it for.

Let me know.
Joe
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Saturday, December 14th, 2019 AT 10:03 PM
Tiny
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Sorry it's for the starter relay. It won't turn over but sometimes there is some clicking in the engine compartment.
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Saturday, December 14th, 2019 AT 10:20 PM
Tiny
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This is what I found, but they don't list which one is for the starter relay.
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Saturday, December 14th, 2019 AT 10:32 PM
Tiny
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Hello again.

Okay, the starter relay is located in the battery junction box under the hood. I've attached a picture of its location below and circled in red. The relay part numbers you supplied are correct. Just to have you prepared if that is not the issue it also sounds like it may be a defective starter solenoid on the starter motor itself.Most auto parts store can test the starter motor/solenoid assembly for free. Here is a tutorial showing how to remove/replace a starter motor:

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-to-replace-a-starter-motor

Hope all this helps and let me know if you have any further questions on this issue.Thanks again for using 2CarPros.

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Saturday, December 14th, 2019 AT 10:36 PM
Tiny
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Thanks. I was hoping it was the relay but solenoid was what I was worried about. I wish it was like the old Fords on the fender well.
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Saturday, December 14th, 2019 AT 10:49 PM
Tiny
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It looks like I jumped into this after Danny. Sorry about that. I have to agree with Danny. It sounds more like the starter than a relay. Here is a link explaining how to check the starter itself. What you will need to do is simply check the trigger wire (the smaller wire on the S terminal of the starter) for power when the key is in the start position. If there is power, replace the starter.

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/starter-not-working-repair

If the starter is found to be the issue, here are directions specific to your vehicle for replacement. The attached pics correlate with the directions.
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2014 Ford Focus L4-2.0L
Starter Motor
Vehicle Starting and Charging Starting System Starter Motor Service and Repair Removal and Replacement Starter Motor
STARTER MOTOR

Starter Motor

Removal
WARNING: Before beginning any service procedure, refer to Safety Warnings in General Information See: Vehicle > Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview. Failure to follow this instruction may result in serious personal injury.
NOTE: Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

1. Refer to: Health and Safety Precautions See: Vehicle > Technician Safety Information > Health and Safety Precautions ( See General Information See: Vehicle > Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview, Description and Operation).

2. Refer to: Jacking and Lifting - Overview See: Vehicle Lifting > Procedures > Jacking and Lifting (See Vehicle Jacking and Lifting See: Vehicle Lifting > Procedures > Jacking and Lifting, Description and Operation).

3. Refer to: Battery Disconnect and Connect See: Battery > Procedures > Battery Disconnect and Connect (414-01 Battery, Mounting and Cables, General Procedures).

4.

pic 1

5.
1. Torque : 53 lb.in (6 Nm)

2. Torque : 106 lb.in (12 Nm)

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pic 3

7.
2. Torque : 97 lb.in (11 Nm)

pic 4

8. Torque : 26 lb.ft (35 Nm)

pic 5

Installation

1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

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Hope this helps. Let us know how it turns out for you.

Joe
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Saturday, December 14th, 2019 AT 11:06 PM
Tiny
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Hello again.

Another thing you might want to try first is switching relays from the battery junction box. If the relays are the same amperage switch 2 in different places. Meaning take the starer relay and switch with another same relay. If problem solved its the relay. If problem the same then you got to take out the starter. I just suggest this to save a few minutes from having to yank the starter out. Yes, it was nice having the old school external starter solenoids on the fender well. Hope this helps and thanks again for using 2CarPros.

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Saturday, December 14th, 2019 AT 11:20 PM
Tiny
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Hi. Okay, I always get these weird problems. I had a fully charged battery pack had lights on tried the starter lights didn't dim at all and a little clicking under the hood, tried in neutral back to park no starter. I left the car with a little 4 amp charger on the car and it sat for 32 hours. Tow truck showed up to tow it to Ford dealer. Driver got into the car and it started right up. She drove to town and back with no problems. As you know can't fix it now until it does it again. Originally she left light on until battery was dead. Let me know if you have any suggestions. Thanks, Phil
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Monday, December 16th, 2019 AT 10:32 PM
Tiny
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Hello again.

I'm still thinking it is a starter solenoid issue. Sometimes that happens. Works great for a minute and then nothing.I would suggest replacing the starter motor/solenoid. Once you remove the starter motor most all local auto parts stores will test for free. Hope this helps and let us know what happens. Thanks again for using 2CarPros.

Danny-
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Tuesday, December 17th, 2019 AT 4:36 AM

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