Windscreen heater not working,light stays on,electric Windows not working,rear wiper not working ,windscreen washers not working,

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Asked by Jan 25, 2017 at 08:18 AM about the 2010 Ford Focus S

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Look for blown main and accessories fuses, then start checking circuits, with that many problems you will need a wiring diagram to start tracing the circuits in question.

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It is not the fuses

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So if it is not the fuses then you will need to start circuit testing for each system effected, voltmeter and a test light would be the tools you need to start testing, and a good knowledge of the power and ground pathways of the vehicle, that is why a wiring diagram is needed.

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