Ford Windstar First Generation mk1 (1994 – 1997) – fuse box diagram

Ford Windstar First Generation mk1 (1994 – 1997) – fuse box diagram

Year of production: 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997

 

Main fuse panel under instrument panel

Ford Windstar (1996) - main fuse panel
Ford Windstar (1996) – main fuse panel
Fuse Name Ampere rating [A] Circuit protected
1 Power Mirror 10 Power mirror, anti-theft warning lamp, diagnostic conn power
2 Prove Out 10 L.H. Tail, stop, park lamps
3 Dimmer Illumination 5 Instrument cluster, radio remote radio, cigar lighter, headlamp graphics, heated backlight switch, heater controls, power locks, power windows, rear wiper switch, rear heated, fog lamp switch
4 Side Lamp 10 Side marker lamps
5 Headlamp 20 Headlamp washer
6 Quarter Flip Window 15 Left quarter flip window, right quarter flip window
7 Stoplamp 15 High mount brakelamp, rught stoplamp, left stoplamps, EEC, brake shift interlock, speed control
8 Audio/Amp 10 R.H. tail, stop, park lamps
9 Not used
10 Hi-beam 10 High beam indicator (electronic instrument cluster only)
11 Park lamps 15 Park lamps
12 Run/Acc 10 GEM, anti-theft module, keyless entry module, lamp outage module, radio receiver, remote radio, lamp outage module lamp
13 Audio 15 Radio, CD disk changer
14 Run/Start 5 Instrument cluster, electrochromic mirror
15 GEM 15 GEM
16 Horn 15 Horn, horn relay (coil)
17 Fog lamp 15 Front fog lamps
18 Front wiper 25 Wiper relays, wiper, washer pump
19 GEM 10 GEM, electronic cluster
20 Ignition 25 Ignition coil, ignition capacitor, IRCM
21 Run 10 A/C clutch, brake shift interlock, heated backlight relay (coil), blend door motor, electronic cluster, airbag diagnistic module
22 Rear Cigar 20 Rear cigar lighter, power plug
23 Flash to Pass 15 Wipers and flash to pass
24 Rear wiper 20 Rear wiper motor, rear washer pump
25 Hazards 10 Turn wiper motor, rear washer pump
26 Lamps 10 L.H. Areo headlamp
27 DRL 15 Daytime running lamps
28 Front Cigar 15 Front cigar lighter
29 Interior illumination 15 Battery saver relay (coil), interior lamp relay (coil), delayed accessory relay (coil), visior lamps, underhood lsmp, glove box lamp, 2nd row reading lamp, rail lamp, B-pillar lamp, cargo lamp, dome lamp, courtesy lamos, puddle lamps, heyhole lamps, keyless entry module
30 Speed control 25 Speed control, brake pressure switch
31 Load Leveling 10 Load leveling compressor, left and right spring solenoid
32 Lamps 10 R.H. Aero headlamp
33 ABS 15 ABS module, ABS relay
34 Left Window 30 Left power window, one-touch down relay (coil)
35 anti-theft 15 Ani-theft module
36 Blower 30 AC mode switch
37 Power Door Locks 20 Power door lock motors
38 Mirror 15 Heated mirrors
39 Rear blower 30 Rear heated blower motor
40 Right Window 30 Right power window
41 Not used
42 Not used
43 Not used
44 Not used

 

Main fuse and relay panel in engine compartment

Ford Windstar (1996) - main fuse box - engine compartment
Ford Windstar mk1 – main fuse box – engine compartment

 

Fuse Name Ampere rating [A] Circuit protected
A Trailer tow 50 Trailer towing
B Fan-Hi 60 Engine cooling fans
C Start 60 Starter solenoid, fuse 30, fuse 36, fuse 2
D Ignition 60 Fuse 6, fuse 12, fuse 8, fuse 18, fuse 14, fuse 24, fuse 20, fuse 21, fuse 27, fuse 33
E Rear blower/Load leveling 60 Rear heated blower motor, fuse 39, air suspension
F Seat 60 Power seats
G Not used
H Fan-Lo 40 Engine cooling fans
J Battery 60 Fuse 13, fuse 25, fuse 1, fuse 34, fuse 37, fuse 40, fuse 7, fuse 36, fuse 41
K Light 60 Headlamps, fuse 10, fuse 11, fuse 3, fuse 9, fuse 9, fuse 23, fuse 29, fuse 35, fuse 41
L ABS 60 ABS control, pump motor module
M Heated backlight 60 Heated backlight, fuse 16, fuse 28, fuse 22, fuse 38
N Fusel 20 PCM, fusel pump
P Not used
R PCM 15 PCM memory
S PCM (3.8L) 30 Axode, cylinder identification sensor, EDIS module, PCM power, EGR control, HEGO’s, IAC, injectors, MAFS, VMV
T Alt/Reg 15 Internal alternator regulator
U Airbag 10 Airbag power
V Trans light 10 Overdrive off indicator light
W Fan 10 PCM fan monitor
Diode Circuit protection
D1 Hood switch

WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.