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My brakes lights wont work! bulbs are fine! just dont know what fuses are which!

Where can I download a FREE diagram for a 1989 Ford LTD Crown Victoria? There is no sticker showing anything on which fuse is which!

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If your 1990 ford LTD is anything the same as my 1989 ford LTD then your fuse is in position "4" on the fuse panel

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