does a 2009 ford focus se have a usb port

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Asked by Nov 24, 2012 at 11:14 AM about the 2009 Ford Focus SE

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You mean a fault scan port? Yes.

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Where is it at?

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Underneath the dashboard, driver's side. you may have to get on your knees from outside the car and look

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USB is Universal Serial Bus on a computer

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The power train control module (PCM) is the main computer in a Ford Focus. The computer controls all of the engine's functions as well as the transmission and anything relating to the moving parts on the vehicle. When the computer senses a problem with one or more of the vehicle's components, it will store a trouble code in its memory and illuminate the service engine light. Use a computerised automotive scan tool to scan the PCM, retrieve any trouble codes and turn off the service engine light.

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if your focus has sync the the usb port is right down by the aux jack

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