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Locate fuse box 1986 crown victoria ltd

Iam replacing lighter fuse

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SOURCE: a fuse diagram for a 1998 ford crown victoria

http://www.fixya.com/cars/t816725-fuse_diagram_1998_ford_crown_victoria try this site

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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SOURCE: 1998 ford crown victoria fuse box diagram

it should be in your owner manual. if not, I can look up something for you but can't post illustrations to this site.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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SOURCE: fuse box diagram for my 1989 crown victoria

it should under the lid of the fuse box and in the owners manual if no manual try here for one online www.edmonds.com

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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SOURCE: i need a diagram for a 1998 ford crown vic interior fuse box

ITS FUSE #16 AND ITS a 20A FUSE

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SOURCE: fuel pump is not pumping

There is both a fuse and a relay for the fuel pumps electrical system. The image below of the Power Distribution Box is located in the engine compartment.

Fuse/Relay Location: 5
Fuse Amp Rating: 20 Amp Mini Fuse
Power Distribution Box Description: Fuel pump

Fuse/Relay Location: 203
Fuse Amp Rating: 1/2 ISO
Power Distribution Box Description: Fuel pump relay

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