In this article, we will provide you with an in-depth exploration of the 2004 Ford Expedition fuse box diagram. We’ll unravel the complexities and demystify the purpose of each fuse, enabling you to navigate your electrical system with confidence and ease.
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Note: All information contained in this Quick Reference Guide was accurate at the time of duplication. For detailed operating and safety information, please consult your Owner’s Manual.
When it comes to understanding the electrical system of your vehicle, having access to a clear and detailed fuse box diagram is crucial. The fuse box is responsible for protecting various electrical components in your 2004 Ford Expedition, ensuring their safe operation and preventing any potential damages or malfunctions.
Fuses, circuit breakers, and fuse links play a vital role in safeguarding your vehicle’s electrical system against overloading. Whenever certain electrical components in your vehicle fail to function, it is possible that the system has experienced an overload and blown a fuse or tripped a circuit breaker. Before considering any repairs or replacements for the electrical parts, it is essential to inspect the corresponding fuses or circuit breakers.
Note: If a fuse blows or a circuit breaker opens, all parts connected to that circuit will stop working. Taking the time to inspect and replace faulty fuses can save you from unnecessary repairs and potential hazards, ensuring the smooth operation of your vehicle's electrical components.
The following comprehensive charts provide information on the specific fuses or circuit breakers that protect each electrical component within your vehicle. Following these guidelines will help you ensure the efficient functioning of your vehicle’s electrical system.
2004 Ford Expedition Fuse Box Diagram (Passenger compartment fuse panel/power distribution box)
Explore the area beneath your instrument panel’s right side to find the hidden fuse panel. It is concealed within its secluded residence and is ready for your arrival. However, removing the trim panel and fuse box cover is a necessary first step before you can access its hidden riches. Remove the trim panel with care, revealing the fuse box cover like a precious pearl. The cover protects the fuses, keeping them hidden from inquisitive eyes and any accidents. You can enter the fuse panel’s inner sanctum, where electrical marvels are waiting for your examination and maintenance, by removing this protective barrier.
Note: In the event that you need to disconnect and reconnect the battery, it's important to note that certain features may require resetting. This step is necessary to restore their functionality.
With utmost care, remove the cover of the fuse box gateway, revealing a mesmerizing arrangement of fuses. As you embark on this journey, enter a realm where electrical circuits await your comprehension. It’s a delicate dance of finger and thumb, unveiling a captivating world of interconnected paths.
By returning the fuse box lid to its rightful position, a profound sense of achievement awaits you. Commence the reassembly process by meticulously aligning the upper section of the cover with the fuse panel, gently and precisely situating it there. With a soft yet assured touch, apply gentle pressure to the cover’s lower portion, maneuvering it until a comforting click resounds, indicating a securely closed enclosure. Take a moment to appreciate the harmonious marriage between the cover and the panel, safeguarding the electrical components within. Confirm the stability and alignment by giving the cover a moderate tug, ensuring it is properly seated.
2004 Ford Expedition Fuse Box Diagram Chart
* Mini Fuses / ** Maxi Fuses
|Fuse/RelayLocation||Fuse AmpRating||Passenger Compartment FusePanel Description|
|1||10A*||Run/Accessory – Front wiper motor, Instrument cluster, Rear wiper motor, Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) module|
|2||20A*||Turn signal/Hazard flasher, Stoplamp switch, AdvanceTrac stop lamps relay (if equipped), Stoplamps, Center high-mount stop light (CHMSL), Turn signal lamps|
|3||7.5A*||Power mirror switch, Power mirrors (non-memory), Driver seat switch (memory), Memory module (logic power)|
|4||15A*||DVD player, Rear seat audio controls, CDDJ (navigation radio)|
|5||7.5A*||Powertrain Control Module (PCM) (KA power), Speed control deactivation switch, Manual climate control mode switch, Stoplamp switch, Brake-shift interlock (BSI) solenoid, EATC control head, Body Security Module (BSM) (KA power), Speed control servo, 3rd-row seat relay coils, SecuriLock LED|
|6||15A*||Headlamp switch (park lamps and switch backlight feed), Parklamps, License plate lamps, Foglamp relay coil, Trailer tow electric brake controller (illumination), BSM (auto lamp, park lamps)Foglamp indicator|
|7||7.5A*||Radio (start signal)|
|8||10A*||Rear window defroster switch, Rear window defroster indicator (climate control head), Heated outside mirrors|
|9||15A*||Fuel pump relay, Fuel pump shut-off switch, Fuel pump motor|
|10||20A*||Trailer tow back-up lamps relay, Trailer tow 7–wire connector (back-up lamps), Trailer tow park lamp relay, Trailer tow 7– and 4–pin connectors (park lamps)|
|11||10A*||A/C compressor clutch relay, A/C compressor clutch solenoid, Air suspension compressor relay, 4×4 Integrated Wheel Ends (IWE) solenoid|
|12||10A*||Speed control servo, Speed control relay|
|13||10A*||Manual climate control mode switch, Rear window defroster relay coil, A/C refrigerant containment switch, A/C compressor thermistor, DEATC control head, DEATC solenoids, DEATC blower control, Trailer tow battery charge relay coil|
|14||10A*||Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) ignition relay coil, DigitalTransmission Range Sensor (DTRS) back-up lamps, Trailer tow backup lamps relay coil, Electrochromatic mirror, Navigation radio, Manual A/C blend door actuator|
|15||5A*||AdvanceTrac switch, Instrument cluster (Run/Start feed)|
|16||10A*||ABS/AdvanceTrac module(Run/Start feed)|
|18||10A*||Auxiliary A/C temperature blend door actuator, Auxiliary A/C front auxiliary control, Turn signal flasher, Electrochromatic mirror, Auxiliary mode motor, Climate controlled seat modules|
|19||10A*||Restraints Control Module (RCM)|
|20||30A*||Air suspension module (air spring solenoids and height sensors), 4×4 module|
|21||15A*||Instrument cluster (B+), Interior(courtesy) lamps, Puddle lamps(outside mirrors), Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) module|
|22||10A*||Moonroof switch illumination, Radio (delayed accessory feed), Flip window switch, Flip window motors, EHAM antenna amplifier(navigation radio)|
|23||10A*||RH low beam|
|24||15A*||Interior demand lamps (front map/dome lamp, 2nd-row dome/map lamp, glove compartment lamp, cargo lamp, roof rail lamps, vanity mirror lamps), Battery saver relay coil, Battery saver relay power|
|25||10A*||LH low beam|
|26||20A*||Horn relay, Horns|
|27||5A*||Compass module, Reverse sensing system module, Brake shift interlock solenoid, Overdrive cancel switch, Air suspension module (Run/Start sense)|
|28||5A*||PCM relay coil, Speed control relay coil, SecuriLock transceiver|
|29||30A*||Trailer tow electric brake controller, Trailer tow 7–wire connector (electric brake)|
|30||30A*||BSM (door locks, liftgate glass release relay), Liftgate glass release motor, Door/Liftgate lock motors|
|31||20A*||Radio (B+), Subwoofer|
|32||15A*||Catalyst Monitor Sensors (CMS), Transmission solenoids|
|33||10A*||Canister vent solenoid, HEGO sensors, VMV solenoid, Intake Manifold Tuning Valve (IMTV-4.6L engine) solenoid, A/C compressor clutch relay coil, EGR vacuum regulator (EVR) solenoid|
|34||15A*||PCM, Fuel injectors, Idle air control (IAC) solenoid, Mass AirFlow (MAF) sensor|
|35||20A*||Instrument cluster high beam indicator, High beam headlamps|
|36||10A*||Trailer tow right turn/stop lamps|
|37||20A*||Cargo area powerpoint|
|38||25A*||Rear wiper motor, Washer pump(rear window wash)|
|39||20A*||Console power points (front and rear of console), Instrument panel powerpoint (bench seat)|
|40||20A*||DRL relays, DRL foglamps, DRL headlamp relay coil, Headlamp switch (headlamps), Multifunction switch (flash-to-pass), BSM (auto lamp headlamps relay), High beam relay coil, Fuse 25 (LH low beam), Fuse 23 (RH low beam)|
|41||20A*||Cigar lighter, OBD II diagnostic connector|
|42||10A*||Trailer tow left turn/stop lamps|
|101||30A**||Starter motor relay, Starter motor solenoid|
|102||30A**||Ignition switch power|
|103||30A**||ABS/AdvanceTrac module(pump motor)|
|104||30A**||LH 3rd row seat relay, LH 3rd row seat switch, LH 3rd row seat motor|
|106||30A**||Trailer tow battery charge relay, Trailer tow 7–way connector(battery charge)|
|107||30A**||Auxiliary A/C blower relay,Auxiliary A/C blower motor|
|108||30A**||Passenger seat motor switch|
|109||30A**||Driver seat motor switch(non-memory), Memory module, Power memory mirrors, Adjustable pedals switch, and motor|
|111||50A**||Air suspension compressor, Air suspension compressor relay|
|113||30A**||Front wiper motor, Washer pump(windshield wash)|
|114||40A**||Rear window defroster relay, Rear window defroster grid, Heated mirrors (Fuse 8)|
|115||30A**||4×4 module, Transfer case shift motor|
|116||40A**||Front blower motor relay, Front blower motor|
|117||30A**||RH 3rd row seat relay, RH 3rd row seat switch, RH 3rd row seat motor|
|118||30A**||Driver and passenger climate control seat module|
|401||30A CB (circuit breaker)||Power windows (circuit breaker), Main window switch, Window motors, Window switches, Moonroof module|
|R01||Starter relay||Starter motor solenoid|
|R02||Delayed accessory relay||Fuse 22, CB 401, Power windows, Switch backlighting, Radio, Moonroof, Flip windows, Navigation antenna amplifier|
|R03||Hi-beam relay||Fuse # 35, Hi-beam headlamps, Hi-beam indicator|
|R04||Rear window defrost relay||Fuse 8 (heated mirrors), Rear window defroster, Heated outside mirrors, Rear window defroster indicator (climate control head)|
|R05||Trailer tow battery charge relay||Trailer tow 7–wire connector(battery charge)|
|R06||Front blower relay||Front blower motor|
|R201||Trailer tow park lamp relay||Trailer tow 7–wire and 4–wire connectors (park lamps)|
|R202||Foglamp relay||Front foglamps|
|R203||PCM relay||Fuse 32, Fuse 33, Fuse 34, Fuel pump relay, PCM solenoids, and sensors|
|R301||Trailer tow backup lamp relay||Trailer tow 7–wire connector(backup lamps)|
|R302||Speed control relay||Speed control servo|
|R303||Fuel pump relay||Fuel pump shut-off switch, PCM(fuel pump monitor), Fuel pump|
|R304||Battery saver relay||Roof rail lamps, Vanity mirror lamps, Map/Dome lamp, Glove box lamp, Cargo area lamp, Outside mirror puddle lamps, Instrument cluster (interior lamps)|
|R305||Horn relay||Dual note horn|
2004 Ford Expedition Standard fuse amperage rating and color
|Fuse rating||Mini fuses||Standard fuses||Maxi fuses||Cartridge maxi fuses||Fuse link cartridge|
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In conclusion, the 2004 Ford Expedition fuse box diagram serves as a vital tool for vehicle owners, enabling them to identify and rectify electrical issues efficiently. The fuse box plays a crucial role in protecting the vehicle’s electrical system from damage by preventing excessive current flow. Understanding the diagram allows owners to locate and replace blown fuses quickly, restoring functionality to various electrical components. However, it’s worth noting that some electrical problems may be complex and require expert knowledge to diagnose and repair. In such cases, it is advisable for vehicle owners to seek the assistance of professional mechanics or automotive technicians.