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Old 05-08-2012, 08:09 AM
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02 e-150 fuse box diagramme,no high beams

when i put on the brights just goes black.thought maybe it`s a fuse but can`t find any kind of diagramme.thansk for any help
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Prop Dude! Give us a bit more info to work with.
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That is helpful is it not PST?

Prop here's what I think you're seeking:
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These images might not be clear enough to show Fuse #30, 15 amp controls the high beam function.

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thanks thats what i was looking for.sorry but i didn`t think there would be any big difference in the e 150 series.it` a six ,air ,no electric windows or any of that 2002 with 85,000.
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You'll tend to find many of the E vans have somewhat of a common wiring scheme, within a few model years anyway. I alternate between an EVTM from 1997 and 2000 myself---they're quite similar.

In another thread I posted this link to an EVTM cheap on eBay---might want to consider one for yourself too: 2000 Ford ECONOLINE VAN Wiring Electrical Diagram Service Shop Repair Manual EWD | eBay

One handy thing to have around!
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