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1997 ford e250 no turnsignals and brake lights can't identify fus

Can't identfy the fuse breakout on a 1997 ford e250 van, can you provide me a diagram of the fuse box and what each fuse controls?

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The best way is to call Ford with your vin# and have them fax it to you or go in they can pull it up the in their computer by vin so there are no mistakes/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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