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1987 Ford Taurus Wagon, no tail lights or turn signals

Just purchased this Taurus Wagon and there is no guide to the fuse box or relays. It has no tail lights or turn signals. Where can I find the fuse box layout???

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The layout for the fuses should be under the lid of the fuse box itself and the relay box it is normally imprinted right on the top and a diagram under the lid also

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