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No power to the back of fuse panel for Blinker and blower fan

92' 5.0 LX, 103K miles, no blinkers or A/C - Heater fan. There is no power going to tha back of the fuse panel for those two paraleled fuses. I manualy powered that fuse and the blinkers worked but the fan didn't. I bought a Chilton book but it dosn't give a detailed wiring schematic. Is there another fuse between the battery, harness and fuse panel?

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Both circuits are feed from the same wire GY/Y from the ignition switch.This ckt is feed by Yellow wire which feeds everything else like ignition,radio etc. So I would say that ckt is burnt out in your igntion switch itself(GY/Y).

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Look in the engine compartment for another fuse panel near the battery

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