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Owners Manuals for 1996 and newer Ford Lincoln Mercury Vehicles

Looking to find the owners manual for your 1996+ Ford, Lincoln, Mecury vehicle? Look no further. Simply click the link below and selct you year, make and model.

Ford Lincoln Mercury Owners Manuals

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Fuse for the heater on a 2004 lincoln ls diagram

Here is a link to the owner's manuals, (you never say what model of Lincoln) all fuse information in there under a section called "Roadside Emergencies". The vehicle has 2 fuses boxes one under the hood and one inside the car. http://www.fleet.ford.com/partsandservice/owner-manuals

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Your owners manual should have this info. If you don't have an owners manual can look at one online for free at fleet.ford.com
Scroll to bottom of page, click on owners manual, it will ask year--make--model, follow the links.
Other than what I posted, I'd have to look at the vehicle.

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it is located at side of dash drivers side page 109 of your owners manual starts your fuse information the following link is the owners manual incase yours is unavailable
1998 Lincoln Mark VIII Owner Guide 1st Printing

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Headlamp replacement is covered in the 2009 Lincoln MKZ Owner's Manual beginning on page 45.

If you do not have an Owner's Manual, you can download a PDF version at the following (direct) link:


Owner's manuals are really cool things to have....most people would have a LOT less problems with their vehicles if they woud simply take the time to READ them.

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fuse for cigarette lighter

The fuse you are looking for is in the fuse panel located inside the vehicle in the number 14 position and should be a 15 amp fuse (see pictures below). This should be in your owners manual if you have one. If you do not and would like a copy, you can email me at csautomotivecars@att.net with your make, model and year and I will be happy to email you a copy. Hope this helps.....


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