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Where is the fuse box located on a 86 ford bronco II

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Fuse Panel is located inside the passenger compartment, under the drivers-side of the instrument panel...

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To access the fuses, release the retaining tabs...

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...then pull the cover from the dash

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Power Distribution Box
Located under the hood, inthe engine compartment. It houses the fuses and relays for most of theunder hood components which are not controlled by a dash mounted switch(such as the alternator, fuel pump, ECM, etc.). The fuses and relaysare replaced in the same manner as the fuse panel inside the vehicle.The power distribution box cover is hinged on one end and utilizes aretaining latch on the other. Simply release the latch and lift thecover up to gain access to the fuses and relays.

Good luck (remember rated this help).

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SOURCE: does an 86 ford bronco ii have more than 4 seats...

all bronco II's that i have seen have 2 bucket seats up front and 1 bench in the back that usually had 3 sets of seatbelts.

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