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Headlights stop working but i dont know the head light fuse number and location for 1999 ford explorer xlt

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Left headlamp is in the #4 location and is a 10A fuse. right headlamp is in the #8 location and is also a 10A fuse.

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Https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp

here you go is in manual free from ford

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