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I need a electrical schematic for my 1996 mercury mystique. The schematic I need is for the blower motor/controls/fuse box involved for the blower/relays involved/wiring involved. I have spent the last three days using Haynes repair manual, only to find out that it is wrong. (The direct page I'm talking about is Diagram 19: Air conditioning and heater blower. Of book: Ford Contour and Mercury Mystique: 1995-2000) I need a correct schematic! Please Help!!!

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