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2005 Ford Expedition Fuse Central Junction Box junction inside Truck Genuine OEM


3 year Warranty on This fuse box! Covered by our Exclusive 3 year Warranty. We Will replace any Fuse Box that fails due to manufacturers defects for a period of 3 years.

*Warranty Does not Cover Labor, Shipping, Or Consequential Damage.

This new design fuse box fits both with and without heated and cooled seats.

Includes 100% Brand new Circuitry and case
  • Includes the newest Ford Software Updates.
  • Comes sealed in Genuine Ford Packaging.
  • Factory Fresh Direct From Ford

NO Programming Required. This fuse box is plug and play. No Programming, or calibration required.

The Original Problem

Do you have a 2005 Expedition? Does your Engine Stall or Will not start at all?

The original Fuse boxes installed in these Trucks had 2 major problems. The First is the windshield leak problem. These trucks had a bad seal from the factory that allowed rain to drip down on the passenger side of the truck at the bottom corner of the windshield. The water leaks directly into the fuse box, ruining the circuitry

The Second problem is just a poorly engineered part when the car was new. These circuit boards were poorly made, and after a few years of heat and cold, the relays fail to function any more. There are no repairable parts in this fuse box as all the relays are soldered to the circuit boards; the whole fuse box must be replaced.

Be careful!

Many companies and dealers are still selling the old design because it is cheaper and they can make more profit. If you get the old design you will just have the same problem again. We only sell the new design Fuse Box.

Our Solution

We are selling a Genuine Ford GEM completely revised Fuse Box that Will never fail again

Important Part Number Information: The part number on your old Fuse Box will not match the one we send you. We are sending you the newest updated genuine Ford version, with the newest part number. Each time it is revised the part number changes, so the part number you receive from us may be nothing like the original.

Special Return Policy Applies to this Part

Fuse Boxes are not returnable for a refund, but are returnable if defective, for a swap of another module during the 3 year warranty period. In other words we will not give you money back for a module, but if it is defective (not water damaged), we will be happy to change it for another module for you.

Why This Policy?

Unfortunately since these Fuse Boxes are commonly bought as test parts to diagnose a problem on a vehicle, we are unable to accept a return of any Fuse Box for a refund for any reason. Just think about it this way, nobody wants to buy a returned Part that somebody else used to test their vehicle, Anything could have happened to it during that time, including shorting it out, getting it wet, breaking connector pins etc. You do not want to buy somebody's problem and we do not want to sell you one.

We want to remain as open and honest with our customers as possible therefore we have instituted this policy. Once you purchase the Fuse Box it cannot be returned even if you have never opened the box, please know that the module is yours to keep once purchased.

The Module does however have a 3 year warranty, and if found to be defective within 10 years, we will swap the module out for a new for you during this time.

Installation Instructions

Disconnect The Battery First!

Tools Required:
- You will need a 7/16" socket and a 10mm socket
- You will also need an extension for it.

Parts Required:
- Fuse Box

1. Remove the passenger side kick panel that covers the fuse box.

2. Pull the rubber door seal off just a bit so you can remove the other plastic piece that goes right next to the kick panel you just removed.

3. Unplug all of the wires from the face and right hand side of the fuse box.

4. Use the 7/16" socket to remove the nut that holds the f se box to the chassis (it's on the right hand side of the fuse box). Be careful not to drop the nut into the abyss that is beneath the fuse box.

5. Rotate the fuse box to unhook it from the chassis and expose the back of it.

6. Unplug the wire for the back of the fuse box.

7. Remove the plastic cover from the ground wire on the left hand side of the fuse box to expose the nut that holds it on.

8. Use the 10mm socket to remove the nut that holds the ground wire on the fuse box. Once again, be careful not to drop the nut into the abyss that is beneath the fuse box.

9. The fuse box should be free now.

10. Reinstall the new fuse box in the reverse order. Once again, be careful not to drop the nuts into the abyss that is beneath the fuse box when you are putting them back on.

These instructions provided courtesy of Stryder007

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