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Which fuse is for my door chime - 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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Only thing I can say is look at your fuse panel diagram. It should tell you. If not, just pull one out at a time to see which one stops it. This might result in you having to reset your stereo functions. I.E Stations, Time, ETC.

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