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Old 04-13-2011, 10:40 AM
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79 f100 fuse box diagram needed

looked and can't find!

1979 f100 custom fuse box panel diagram.
trying to chase down some electrica issues and my lettering on fuse box is unreadable.

so either a diagram, pics with notes or anything.
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Old 04-13-2011, 10:59 AM
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In the electrical section of your Haynes manual there is a complete diagram of the wiring harness, including the fuse box connections.
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In the electrical section of your Haynes manual there is a complete diagram of the wiring harness, including the fuse box connections.
would be great if i had one of those!

thought someone on here might have a image to send me.
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how can you work on your truck without one? I would be lost without my dogged-eared, grease-stained Haynes manual.
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Yeah, step one of owning one of these trucks is to buy yourself a Haynes and Chiltons manual. Between the two pretty much everything is covered.

That said, I have a 79 F100 2wd with a single tank. When I get home I'll try to snap a good pic of the fuse box and post it up for you. My lettering is still somewhat readable. I was actually contemplating replacing the box so I can use modern blade type fuses, but decided not to since the box I have works.
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Ford fuse box diagram.Welcome to my site.
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This is a great thing to own as well, has everything u need at a great price with great detail and parts listings. I got mine a couple weeks ago and love it.
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thanks for the help but since i've owned a few vehicles in the past few
years, buying a haynes manual everytime would be kinda high. also, the repairs and upgrades i do are usually universal.

might get one since i do like this f100!
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how can you work on your truck without one? I would be lost without my dogged-eared, grease-stained Haynes manual.
big beer and a big hammer?
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