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  1. 2005 Mustang Smart Junction Box Issues.

    Audio, Video, Navigation & Alarms
    So I had a friend install a head unit into my 2005 Mustang with the Shaker 500. After I got it back from him, my left head light wouldn't turn on, my right brake lights won't turn on and my door subs weren't working. So as I was checking fuses, I noticed that the #26 under the hood(radio) fuse...
  2. sjb problems? electrial help please

    2005-2010 V6 Mustang Tech
    MY car is an 06 Pony Package with 92k miles. a few weeks ago, I started having problems with the car going dead when it was parked overnight. I logged into the forums to start reading for possible solutions. I found some threads about the water leaks and Smart Junction Box issue that my Mustang...
  3. 2007 SJB Wiring

    2005-2010 V6 Mustang Tech
    I had the passenger leaking problem and need to change the SJB, I haven't found one that fits my car but I found one that is almost the same, the problem is that in the back of the SJB in the upper left corner there is a connector with a P1 label on it, mine has it but the one I found doesn't...
  4. Keyless Entry issues

    2005-2010 V6 Mustang Tech
    Hello all, I've searched everywhere and I cant seem to find an answer shy of tearing down my car a bit and I'm hoping someone here can spare me a lot of time. I recently bought a 2009 Mustang V6. I know that there is an issue out there with the SJB getting wet but I concluded after several car...
  5. Electrical Issues - Need help on SJB!!

    I own a 2006 Ford Mustang V6. I have unfortunately experienced the dreaded water leak into the SJB. People have told me that the SJB can be unbolted and the connector pins in the back can be cleaned to try and alleviate the electrical issues I'm having. I really don't want to replace the SJB due...
  6. 2005 Mustang GT-SJB Tail Light Problem

    2005-2010 Mustang GT Tech
    OK. First I admit that this was my own doing, but I could use some advice on "resetting" a circuit in the SJB. Here is what I did: a while back I "hot wired" the inside tailights (the ones that are parking light only, not brake/turn), putting current to both bulb filaments so that that bulb...