Go to ford owners.Com register for free then download the owners manual then go to roadside emergencies and your fuse box diagrams and fuse values are in there and the relays locations you can download it to your phone or computer and print it out when you need it also there's other important information about your vehicle in there such as key fob,alarm programming and door lock options and service intervals so this is much better for you then just a fuse number especially when it's 3am and you need an ignition fuse and everyone else is sleeping and your on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck when a 50 cent fuse would've done it so be happy and always store a complete selection of fuses for your vehicle in multiples of at least 5 for each so you have a chance at getting off the road maybe good luck stephen
Your battery will not be "good" if you can jump start the car from another power source. If it is a 2014 model it will be the original battery.
Unless you have tested the cold cranking amps the battery is producing you cannot say if it will turn the starter motor or not. A good battery would kick the starter motor over. If you can jump start the car by connecting another power source to the battery terminals it will not be a wiring issue either.
If it's a 2014 it should still be covered by new car warranty (but not if the problem is just a failed battery which is subject to the applicable battery warranty)./
How did you repair the wires? Sometimes the sensors for this will freak out it the resistance is outside what the computer is expecting. You may want to think about doing the solder, and heat shrink replair
I got this free Pdf manual from an online store for free and I don't think Ive visited a mechanic or fixya for help for more than 3-4 times out of the all the times I fixed the chipper in these 4 years