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Old 03-15-2012, 08:35 PM
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Hopefully this will show where I found the CJB info.
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The later Excursions don't have that engine compartment fuse box. Not '02-'05 anyway.
If that's the case, then it sounds like the answer to the OP is "it doesn't exist".

The owner manual for a 2003 Ford Excursion lists that as the "Passenger compartment fuse panel / power distribution box" (page 188 - 192 of the owner manual).
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Yes Robert, the pic you posted is the fuse panel below the dash.
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Yes Robert, the pic you posted is the fuse panel below the dash.
Actually, where I got that photo claims it is the box under the hood.
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Actually, where I got that photo claims it is the box under the hood.
You're adding a lot of confusion to a simple answer. On the OP's 6.0 the CJB is the fuse/relay panel under the column, by the drivers knees.
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You're adding a lot of confusion to a simple answer. On the OP's 6.0 the CJB is the fuse/relay panel under the column, by the drivers knees.
Missing my point (and Stewarts)...it's a fuse box...nowhere in the documentation available to a typical owner nor the Ford parts site call it a CJB.

Newbies reading this thread are going to start looking for these parts and not find them because someone is choosing to use a little known nomenclature to describe something commonly known to everyone from the engineer who designs these things to the (often) mindless parts people at dealers and shops, and will just perpetuate the confusion.

It's a fuse panel. Plain and simple. I'd argue that walking around calling it a junction box will cause much more confusion when someone tries to find that part on a web site or at (one of the many) clueless dealers and shops.
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Actually, where I got that photo claims it is the box under the hood.
An example of this confusion...web sites (that people seem to think are ALWAYS right) use the location known to 2000 model years to put up as a location of the diagram for a 2003...even screwing up the diesel vs gas description.

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'02 V10 under hood, where the early ones have a fuse box. Just a couple relays or something here.

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Ford service manuals calls the interior fuse box a CJB. The underhood fuse box is called the BJB, battery junction box. Has been this way for many years.






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Ford service manuals calls the interior fuse box a CJB. The underhood fuse box is called the BJB, battery junction box.
Yet the ford parts site lists it as a fuse box, as does the owner manual.

How many owners have the service manual vs. the owner manual, and how many (mindless) parts people use the parts site (that lists it as a fuse box)?

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