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Dome light is a minor light ... probably on a circuit with other lights. Is it out and you want to fix the fuse? Find the burned out fuse and replace it. ... I am more inclined to say it is the lamp that is burned out. Best way to solve this problem is to turn the dome light on (open the door or turn the dash lights all the way up) and check with a volt meter. You can also check the continuity of the lamp filament with an Ohm meter.
I have a 94 E350, and mine has 2 fuse boxes. One is under the steering column at the driver's seat, by the brake pedal. The other is under the hood, when you're facing the van it's just a little to the left and below the driver's side battery.
I have the 89-96 ford full size van chilton. I emailed scans of the fuse diagrams to firstname.lastname@example.org. The password is chilton. Go to asiamail.com, type in chilton for email address and chilton for password and click enter. Lem me know via that email if that was the wrong thing.