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Old 11-10-2011, 03:13 PM
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fuse block location 1960 f250

was hoping someone could clue me into the location/best way to access the fuse block on a 1960 f250
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Old 11-10-2011, 05:23 PM
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KF; factory fuses are on the light switch, no fuse block. Oh and welcome to the orphanage @ FTE
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The fuses on a '59 are on the light switch but on a '60, the fuses are on a small fuse block that the light switch plugs into. Same general location though.
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There is a picture of it in one of my posts a couple of weeks back. Sorry I am mobile but cannot provide link. Look up Dashlight post. Someone posted a link to a PDF in it that showed where everything went. Really helped me.
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thanks for the help, saved me a bunch of time
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