where is the indicator unit or relay

Asked by Sep 10, 2011 at 08:36 AM about the 2005 Ford Bantam

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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So the modern cars don't have a clicker unit in any more, like the 2010 Bantam, but if yours have those are usually not to hard to find behind the dash, having your hazards on you shouldn't have trouble getting to it, if its broken, most of the times you'll just hear one click and then nothing. The relay should be in your fuse box marked in the diagram on the lid of the fuse box. hope this helps. if your car is an older model check grounds and clean out the oxidation that might have forms on the fuse/ relay connectors in the fuse box using contact cleaner and a tiny little screw driver. be careful though not to bend any contactors. hope this helps

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On my 2006 1.6 XLT the relay sits in the steering column, directly under the indicator arm. Very easy to get to.

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AND THE WIPER RELAY?

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Good day I need to find out where the Wiper motor is located on a Ford Bantam 2012. Its a Rocam engine.

on the firewall.inside the engine compartment

I have a Ford bantam 2003 16 xlt. Yesterday I started my baki and it was fine. This morning wen I wanted to start it I found a not crank or start problem. The light and every thing work except it doest want to crank or start. I did check the battery.... The battery is fine. I did sume research I need to finde the central relay box???? Knot the fues box on the right site of the steering wheel under the dashboard. Can sume one please help me. I love my bantam. I need to fix it. Please help.

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