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Posted on Oct 23, 2019
The fuse panel is located to the left of the
steering column, and is hung from the instrument panel. To expose the
fuse panel, pull the release bar up with right hand and pull panel down with left hand and remove cover.
Replace the blown fuse with the same amp number listed on the old one.
Front and rear turn signals use slot 1 with a 15 amp fuse.
Posted on May 02, 2009
pull the main plug wire and get a small bolt that fits in the wire and use the intake as a ground with a gap between while someone cranks to check for spark. dont touch the metal it will shock you. if there is no spark check the plugs if they are fouled change plugs, wires, dis. cap and rotor, if they look good and your not getting spark replace the ignition module. now the easy way to see if your getting fuel remove the air intake hose and spray a shot of either or brake clean in the throttle body, if it starts up it is a fuel problem if it doesnt run for a second on either it is a spark issue. if it is a fuel problem start by hitting the bottome of the gas tank with a little force but not to much and try starting it, if it starts you need a fuel pump if not check fuses and see if the relays click and i'd even change the fuel filter
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
This happened to me. Just turn the key and wait 10 mins then turn off and back on. You can do this more than once. I had to do it for about a month or less, but after that that light just stays on, but the car starts with no problems now.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
SOURCE: when i trun the streeing
check power steering operation at 3000 rpm, if it working properly, you need to replace yoru power steering pump. it is a very common problem on that year f150
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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