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Cobra777 is whom I'm looking for. He answered a question for me yesterday and I need more info. He is not showing up under my profile as having answered my question. Thanks Steve Martin bmcsret@bellsouth.net

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  • bmcsret Jun 06, 2010

    Thank you

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If you requested additional information, but failed to get a response you can refuse the answer and not be charged the $4. Keep in mind that many members might be on vacation.

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  • bmcsret Jun 06, 2010

    Yesterday cobra777 sent me a copy of the fuse box diagram for a 1996 Ford E 250 van but the print was so small I couldn't read it. When I went back to ask him for a better print, his info was gone and replaced by varan_engr and he suggested going to fordfusebox.freehostia.com but when I go there and click on for fuse boxes all I get is a bunch of advertisements.



    Can you help? Can you email me a good diagram of the fuse box's for this van?



    Thank you

    Steve Martin

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    Bob Korsu Jun 12, 2010

    Sorry for the delay. Try here www.FLMowner/service.com

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