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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not sure if the fuseblock is numbered, but the ford schematic lists the cigar lighter as 57, instrument panel power point is 63, rear power point is 61 and C pillar power point is 66. all are 20 AMP fuses.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
go to www.motorcraftservice.com then click on the owner guide and put in your truck information
then choose the 1st owner manual printing and should be between page # 184 to 200.
Good luck and I hope this will awnser your question.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
Fuses (located on a swing down unit near the steering column or in the
glove box) protect all the major electrical systems in the car. In case
of an electrical overload, the fuse melts, breaking the circuit and
stopping the flow of electricity.
I suggest check your 1994-Oldsmobile-Eighty-Eight-Owners-Manual for descriptions (page 223 and next).
Hope this help..
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
Check this fuse diagram for remove the FLASHER Relay...
This and other details you can find in the 2004 Lincoln Aviator - Owners Manual.
Hope this help to solve your problem (remember rated and comment this) Have a nice day.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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