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Need Fuse box diagrahm

The door locks wouldn't work, so I took the fuses out and put them back, I fixed the door lock problem, now the A/C comes on but does not cool. We
just purchased the Van in March and there was no owner's manuel. I'm sure I put the fuses in the wrong slot. I need a fuse box diagrahm.
Help! We have a 1999 Ford E-150 Classic Van. Can't seem to find even a owner's manuel that might be purchased.

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I don't have the fuse box cover and need to replace the fuses that are missing.

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Little secret in the fuse world you dont actually need the diagrahm you just need what they call a test light
mostly the fuse box diagrahm will be on the fuse box door

with the test light find good ground with aligator clip
then touch the end of each fuse if test light comes on you got a power source remember to mark where the lights dont come on at by piece of paper
go threw every one key off
then after this go threw every one key on

i would look at the relay for the a/c this is probably faulty in giving you a change in the way a/c has been working

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