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I don't have a manual for my '99 Ford Explorer and the brake lights are out. I need to know what fuse to change. Can you direct me on getting a manual easily.

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This website I have below shows three different manual downloads that are .pdf files. Please let me know if it doesn't have what you need.

http://www.manualsmania.com/model.php?model=4bb52ecfdb7913de6f1f77d690b580af55abee4

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