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Yea, that's a good one. The trick is finding the button that lowers the fuse panel so you can get to it. It is located under the steering wheel to the left. The cigarette lighter is fuse number 27 or there is a diagram sticker on the fuse box.
If you can see under the instrument panel, find the fuse box, find the button on the side nearest the brake pedal. Push the button straight up and the fuse panel will magically lower into view. There may be a wire loom (bunch of wires) covering the button.
The Owner's Manual has a diagram in it. If you don't have that, then a repair manual (a Chilton's or similar will do fine) has it, too. Most dealerships can print out a fuse panel diagram for you, or you can do a Web search for "1999 Contour fuse panel diagram" and you will find a number of them.
The Fuse Diagram is located inside the cover for the Power Distribution Box and You can get The owners manual Online that also has a list of Fuse locations and Fuse amp ratings. Good Luck, Hope it Helps.
the fuse box itself is usually under the dash on the driver side and the lid of the fuse box should have the diagram of what goes to what but if there is not one then try a Ford dealer for a diagram or get a 12 volt tester and check the fuses that way to see which is which
look for a relay on engine compartment on fuse panel, Relays are square plastic boxes plugged to fuse panel 1" Tall By 3/4 usually their size look on fuse cover for details or order the book on linehttp://www.themotorbookstore.com/carmanuals.html
Look at the relays, not fuses they are at the fuse box inside engine compartment, they have a cover that indicates Relays are square plastic boxes, that plug in to fuse panel if You can get info Here goes a link where you can get the car book cheap http://www.themotorbookstore.com/carmanuals.html