Question about 1989 Ford F 150
Half of the fuse panel on my 89 f150 is dead. Had a snowstorm last month and underhood was packed with snow. After it melted problem was intermittent. Now fuse circuits #'s 6,7,10,11, and 17 have no power to the panel. Also the windshield wipers/washer don't work. According to my owner's manual that circuit is on a 7Amp breaker integral with the switch.
Owner's manual states one fuse panel feed circuit is a 16 gauge fuse link off the headlamp switch with location near R.H. fender apron and dash panel. I can't find it. Is R.H. driver's or passenger side? The other panel feed is supposed to be a 16 gauge fuse link off of the ignition switch but no location is given.
Headlamp and ignition switches function o-k. Truck starts and runs o-k.
Check the fusible links on the starter solenoid, pull on them and if they stretch, they are bad.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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