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Greg in MN

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  1. Greg in MN

    2019 Transit Connect fuse block

    I wish my 2019 fuse panel looked like that. The previous photo shows what's there on mine.
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    2019 Transit Connect fuse block

    Could this be the interior fuse panel? If so, how does the cover come off? My advanced years are showing. Fuse panels did not look like this when I was younger.
  3. 2019 Transit Connect LWB Cargo van. My owners manual states the interior fuse panel is below the glove compartment door. I found several electrical connectors behind a cover just below that door, but no fuse panel. Anyone have a clue to where the fuse panel is?
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    My cargo partition

    We’ve had some very hot days where the air-conditioner would keep up only on max. I’m sure the cold Minnesota winters will affect the heaters efforts to warm the driver as well. $50 materials, and the chance to use up some of the things I had been saving for years, allowed me to make this partition. I added features I had not seen elsewhere, an access to the fold down front seat for 8 foot lumber, even 10 foot conduit and grab handles on either side to aide in climbing inside. Rustoleum satin Charcoal Grey is a close match to the plastic interior sections
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    Old Ranger

    I have given the old ranger to my 17 year old grandson. He can enjoy it for as long as it lasts.
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    What is this

    While setting up a cellphone connected account, I indeed found out that that horn is part of the alarm system. I wonder why they thought an alarm horn should be installed INSIDE the vehicle. That Ford PASS app might prove useful. You can remote start the vehicle, check fuel level, and much more. Greg G. Osseo, MN
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    What is this

    I’m still learning about things on my new 2019 Transit Connect. I was hunting down a rattle and found the wheel jack wing bolt and hardware missing. While I was in there, I spotted something that looks like a motorcycle horn fed by a purple wire. Can anyone tell me what this is?
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    Old Ranger

    For years I have wanted to replace my 2001 regular 2 door cab, long box, Ranger XLT. Why no manufacturer doesn't make a 2 door pickup anymore puzzles me. I gave up and bought a new Transit Connect van which seats two and has more cargo room. Is there any interest in a 19 year old Ranger with 152K on it, or do I scrap it? I'm in Minneapolis MN
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    Help explain Roof Rails

    That is something I had not considered. Good to know, thanks.
  10. Greg in MN

    Help explain Roof Rails

    Thanks to everyone who replied. That's more information in a few hours than I have found in days!
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    Help explain Roof Rails

    I have not found any information from Ford's brochures regarding these. Does anyone have part numbers?
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    Help explain Roof Rails

    One of the options on my 2019 Connect is Roof Rails. Do I need additional cross bars to use them?
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