2012 Ford Fusion


Asked by CUlater753 May 12, 2018 at 03:55 PM about the 2012 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

For some reason nothing on the center console
works including AC radio and such, the dash says
tire pressure monitor fault and door ajar in addition
to the blinker indicators not lighting up or making
noise (blinkers work but there is not indication that
they're on in the car. Replaced the smart junction
box and still having issues.

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Mine did the same exact thing yesterday. Did you find any answers?

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Mine did the same thing yesterday. Were you able to find any answers?


I believe my problem was caused due to the smart junction I had bought not being programmed for my car yet. The original problem was caused because someone who had gotten a ride from me kicked in a panel near the base of the door on the passengers side, cause some wires to go loose.

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I am having the same exact issues. I’m hoping someone here finds a solution.

This just happen to me yesterday!! Also now i cant get my car to come out park.. I was just driving down the hwy

I just spent $300 at a mechanic, they found a broken connector on an accessory wiring harness inside the dash. It had vibrated loose and caused all sorts of problems.

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