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It entirely depends on the year and model. Most older trucks had the fuses all together under the dash near the steering column. Newer trucks seem to favor a spot under the hood. Some seem to have some under the dash near the feet and another under the hood. Without knowing the year and model though it is impossible to tell you for sure. check those spots out real quick and if you still cant find it post back with the year and model
There are two fuse boxes on this vehicle. On the side of the dash and under the hood. Open the drivers door and on the side of the dash board (where the door would meet it) there is a panel that removes. Under the hood the fuse block is on the drivers side under a plastic cover. It will have a picture of a battery on it. Press in on the two tabs and remove the cover.