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Old 07-28-2003, 08:06 AM
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1998 F-150 Fuse Info!

I have an 1998 F-150, 4.6L 5 spd, a/c, Power windows-Doors, and cd-fm-cassette. The first problem is that the check engine light stays on. I had it checked and the EGR valve was the supposed culprit.! I got a new one and the light still is lit up! After about a 1000 miles I pulled the Battery Cables to reset the computer. After about 20 miles It lit back up and the diagnoses was the same! Any suggestions?
The pther problem is that My dash lights went out which caused the tail lights to go out as well. After sometime because of the many fuses, I found the bad fuse and replaced it. During that time, I found 2 other blown fuses and I replaced them as well. But I have no idea what the fuses controled. There was no change in anything. I have looked all over hell and Half of Montana trying to find some kind of fuse guide to tell me what circuits the fuses control. There is no info in the truck. Can you tell me where I can get a reference to all of the fuses?

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Old 07-28-2003, 06:41 PM
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1998 F-150 Fuse Info!

These are for 97 but should be the same.



Position Amps Description
1 15 Stop/turn lamps and turn indicators
2 5 Instrument cluster
3 25 Cigarette lighter
4 5 Power mirrors, autolamp, remote
anti-theft/keyless entry, headlamp relay and
parking lamp relay
5 15 Speed control, daytime running lamps, climate
control blend door, backup lamps, A/C clutch
coil
6 5 Brake-shift interlock, generic electronic module
(GEM)/central timer module (CTM) and air
suspension module
7 - Not used
8 5 Radio, remote anti-theft/keyless entry, GEM
module/CTM module
Position Amps Description
9 - Not used
10 - Not used
11 30 Wiper system
12 5 On-board diagnostic (OBD II) data link
connector
13 15 Brake ON/OFF switch, rear anti-lock brake
module and brake pressure switch
14 15 Interior lamps and accessory delay relay
15 5 GEM module/CTM module
16 20 High beam headlamps
17 - Not used
18 5 Instrument illumination
19 10 Air bag diagnostic monitor, instrument cluster
20 5 GEM module/CTM module and powertrain
control module (PCM)
21 15 Starter relay
22 10 Air bag diagnostic monitor and passenger air
bag deactivate switch
23 10 4WD clutch relay, electronic flasher, 4WD/2WD
vacuum solenoids and trailer tow battery charge
relay
24 10 I/P blower relay
25 5 4WABS module and relay
26 10 Right low beam headlamp and DRL module
27 5 Foglamp relay
28 10 Left low beam headlamp
29 5 Autolamp, instrument cluster, transmission
control indicator lamp and switch
30 30 Ignition coils and PCM relay
31 - Not used

THis is the interior fuse panel
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Fuses
Position Amps Description
1 20 Trailer tow back-up and tail lamps
2 10 Air bag diagnostic monitor
3 15 Power locks
4 15 Air suspension
5 20 Horn
6 15 Audio system
7 15 Parking and tail lamps
8 30 Headlamps
9 15 Daytime running lamps and fog lamps
10 25 Auxiliary power point
11 - Not used
12 - Not used
13 - Not used
14 60/20 4WABS/rear anti-lock brake
15 50 Air suspension compressor
16 40 Trailer tow battery charge and stop/turn lamps
17 30 4WD transfer case shift motor and clutch
18 30 Driver power seat
19 20 Fuel pump
20 50 Instrument panel fuse panel ignition switch feed
21 50 Instrument panel fuse panel ignition switch feed
22 50 I/P fuse panel battery feed
23 40 I/P blower
24 30 PCM power
25 30 Power windows
26 - Not used
27 - Not used
28 30 Trailer tow electronic brake
29 - Not used

This is the power distribution box
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1998 F-150 Fuse Info!

I don't get to this Computer much. So I haven't forgot you. So once again Thanx!
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