How to Locate the Starter Relay in a Ford?

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Raise the vehicle up from the front by placing a jack under the front crossmember.Follow the positive cable to where it is mounted. The positive cable is mounted to the starter solenoid. The starter solenoid is located on the starter.The positive cable is always connected to the starter.
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1. Open the hood of the Ford after placing it in park and turning the engine off. Locate the starter relay in the engine compartment along with other vital electrical components.
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It is in the fuse box next to the battery.
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Ford-style part number on the starter for a 2000 focus is
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In the fuse box under the hood!
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