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Do you have the owners manual, the fuse box diagrams are in there, if you don't have the owners manual go to this web address for a pdf copy of your owners manual, the fuse information is in the section called "Roadside Emergencies"
Your best bet, is to buy an owners manual. You will need that for fuses and other items.
Not likely you have a fuse issue. Fuses don't fix things,they protect electrical circuits that are over loaded,heat wise from current flow or a short to ground.
If you have a blown fuse then what? Need a wiring diagram and an understanding of the circuit your about to work on.
An ABS Code, is most likely a bad Wheel Speed Sensor, not a fuse.
the full diagram is also in the owners manual for both fuse boxes, one in the car and one under the hood for bigger fuses, here is a link to a another link that takes you to the Ford site, once there slesct your make model and year and download the PDF owners Guide/Manual, go to page 133 for chart of passenger fuse box and 136 for the underhood fuse box.
Follow this link...click download, it will take you to rapidfileshare...click free user. It'll make you wait about 50 secs (trying to sell you premium service. Click download.
The file is a zipped version of your manual. Unzip it using winzip, 7zip, etc. USE the password manualspace.com and the .pdf will open.
The fuse diagrams start on page 115 under Roadside Emergencies. You'll find everyhting you need there. http://manualspace.com/ford-mustang-1999-owner-s-manual.htm
go buy a cheap test light from a parts store they cost about ten bucks and you can test every single fuse quickly and easily by attaching the clip end to a bare metal surface in the car and touching the tip of the probe with the key on to either side of each fuse on the head of the fuse very quick and easy and you'll use it all the time please rate -jeff