Ford Focus 1G (C170) – fuse and relay

The 1st generation Ford Focus mk1 was produced in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005. During this time, the car was restyled 1 time. In our material you will find a designation of the 1st generation Ford Focus fuse and relay boxes with diagrams and their locations. Separately, we note the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter. In conclusion, we will offer for download the electrical circuits of the car.

Ford Focus 1

The purpose of the fuses may differ from the one presented and depends on the year of manufacture and the country of delivery of Ford Focus 1. That is, the designation in cars of European assembly may differ from the American one. And if the generation is not right, study this material: Focus 2 and Focus 3 .

The 1st generation Ford Focus has two main boxes with fuses and relays. One is in the cabin, the other is under the hood.

Passenger compartment

Block in salon focus 1

It is located in the dashboard, on the driver’s side, behind the glove box or protective cover.

Access to the unit in the salon Ford Focus 1

On the reverse side of which the actual fuse assignment for your model will be applied.

Destination example


Fuse block diagram in the cabin Ford Focus 1

Protected components

3010A Outdoor light switch 7.5 ABS module
3115A Radio tape recorder
3215A Direction indicators 10A Light switch
3320A Horn, electric front seat adjustment, sunroof 15A Alarm system
3420A Hatch, Horn
357.5A Interior lighting lamps, electric drive of external rear-view mirrors
367.5A Electronic control units, instrument cluster, air conditioning control unit, alarm (’02 -’04)
3725A Power windows for doors on the left side
3825A Power windows for doors on the right side
3915A Seat adjustment 10A Reverse light, automatic drive
4010A Reversing light, 25A Window regulator, central locking
417,5А Radio tape recorder (additional)
4215A Rear lights (brake light lamps)
4315A Electric windows, tailgate glass cleaner
4420A Fog lights and lamps
457.5A Air conditioning system, air recirculation
467.5A ABS 15A control unit Cigarette lighter
4715A Cigarette lighter 7,5A Parking light (left)
4810A Connecting block of the diagnostic connector 7.5A Parking light (right)
4925A Heated rear window / tailgate glass
507.5A Heated outside rear-view mirrors, radio, dashboard, central timer
517.5A Heated mirrors
5215A Heated front seats
5310A Reversing light, heated washer nozzles
5415A Brake lights
5525A Power windows for front doors 20A Windshield wipers
5620A Windshield wiper 25A Power side windows
577.5A Side light bulbs (right side)
587.5A Side light lamps (left side) or air conditioning, passenger compartment fan
5910A Outdoor lighting switch, electronic module, dashboard
607.5A Airbag control unit
617.5A Electronic blocks, instrument cluster
627.5A License plate lights 15A Heated front seats
6320A Central locking

Depending on the year of manufacture, fuses number 46 or 47 at 15A are responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Please note that the 63 fuse is located on the back of the box.

63 central locking fuse


  1. Starter
  2. Rear wiper
  3. Front wiper
  4. Socket (cigarette lighter)
  5. Reserve
  6. Reserve
  7. Sound signal
  8. Battery saver relay
  9. Heated rear window (heated mirrors)

Engine compartment

It is located under the protective cover, on the rear left side of the engine compartment, next to the pillar.

Photo for example

Block under the hood


Block diagram under the hood


140A Main circuit of onboard power supply
230A Cooling fan (air conditioner)
330A Cooling Fan (2.0L)
450A Heated windshield
560A Diesel Glow Plug
630 / 50A Radiator fan (air conditioner)
740A Main supply of electricity to the electrical system of the vehicle
830A Ignition lock, starter
920A Engine control unit
1010A Battery charge monitoring, diagnostic socket
1130А ABS
1215A Fuel pump, high pressure pump (diesel)
1330A Headlamp wiper (washer)
1410A Daytime running lights
1510A A / C compressor clutch
1610A Low beam (left side)
1710A Low beam (right side)
1810A Power supply lambda probe, heated oxygen sensor
1910A Daytime running light (side lights)
2010A Engine management
2120А ABS
2215A Daylight (low beam)
2320A Auxiliary heater, backup power for the anti-theft system (ST170)
2430A Glow plugs, subwoofer (ST170)
2515A Daytime running lights
2610A High beam (left)
2710A High beam (right)
2810A Heated windshield, heating power (diesel)
2930A Radiator fan (air conditioner)
6430A Heater motor
D1Diode of the engine control unit
D2Cooling fan diode
D4Cooling system diode


R2Glow plugs, Secondary air pump
R3Heated windshield, Cooling fan
R4Headlight washers
R5High beam
R6Low beam
R7Fuel pump
R8The engine control unit
R9 Cooling fan, Preheating
R10Glow plugs, Cooling fan 2
R11Air conditioning
R12Daytime Running Lights
R13Fog light, Starter
R14Xenon lamps
R15Cooling fan (high speed)
R16Cooling fan (low speed)


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Comments 1

  • I note in the photo number 37 and 38 are missing… is there another location for power window fuses…as came here seeing same on car I’m working on…as in missing 37/38…thanks!

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