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Gallagher99, Ford senior technician
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Experience:  fully qualified ford senior technician. ata registerd. svq level 3 .12 years experience
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I just want to check if the ford garage put an important

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I just want to check if the ford garage put an important relay back in place when they tried to diagnose my non cranking focus. Then, I will probably need to get down to some real questions. cheers
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: UK Car
Expert:  Gallagher99 replied 1 year ago.

Hi there good morning to you and sorry for the delayed response

Ok what relay are you describing

Does you Immobilsor light flash rapidly

Regards Brian

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Then settles to flash code 16 after about a minute.
Relay is R6. Did you get the picture from my Google photos? It's next to the large fuses and some abs fuses.
F9 and the3 amp one (f30) have 12v from fuse to ground. F36 is dead.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Hi Brian
I'd like to close out this question without taking an answer - assuming that you haven't already taken time researching it.
I found that R6 is a blank slot and the bar that F30 is on is supplied by R14 (relay works but isn't getting a signal). I suspect the lower half (tray) of the BJB has flooded at some point. I've also found some splices in the same location. I'm just going to double check continuity in this location.
Hopefully I can contact you if there's anything else that I'm stuck on...
Cheers
Chris