The first ford focus 2 fuse box is located near the driver's fender under the hood, near the battery. To check or replace the PCB, remove the cover and use the tweezers attached to its back. Relays and large fuses are removed by hand.
On the inside there is a PCB layout. It will fade over time, in which case you can print a new one and attach it to the lid.
Decoding of the engine compartment fuse module for Ford Focus 2
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Focus of the second generation can be conditionally divided into two variants of cars - before restyling until 2007, and also cars after restyling from 2007 to 2011. But the change in image did not affect the electrical circuits. The car has two blocks left, each of which has retained its quite convenient placement. The location of the fuse box in the Ford Focus 2 is pretty self-explanatory:
A fuse is drawn on the cover of the engine compartment, it is easy to find it. Under the cover there are fasteners for plastic tweezers and spare fuses, but used cars often do not have tweezers and "spare" parts.
Fuses in the Focus 2 use conventional knife fuses. They are also called flat or plug-in. You can buy them at any car store, but you shouldn't buy cheap Chinese options. They will quickly fail and can easily burn the wiring in your car.
Since almost all elements of modern cars exclude electronic control, based on a separate or systematized electrical circuit, in case of any breakdown, first of all, it is necessary to exclude the failure of this particular element.