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Old 07-28-2003, 02:51 PM
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fuse for dash lights (97 f150) blown?

My dash and radio lights are out.
Initial look at fuses shows they are all good.

Am I looking at the right fuses (in the Power Distirubution Box)? A relay? What size, location would this fuse be?

What is the small fuse box containing a single row of about 6-8 fuses right behind main fuse box? I fumbled it's cover down into the body while looking for the bad dash light fuse?

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Old 07-28-2003, 06:13 PM
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fuse for dash lights (97 f150) blown?

Instrument illumination is fuse 18 in the interior fuse panel. The cover has the locations numbered. It will be a 5 amp fuse.
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fuse for dash lights (97 f150) blown?

Did someone turn the dash light dimmer all the way down?
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fuse for dash lights (97 f150) blown?

Naw that never happens.. Like the many who have their cars towed in because the battery ran down and I found the dome lamp switch locked on. :O
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fuse for dash lights (97 f150) blown?

I have a 30 amp fuse in location#18.

I've got a 5 amp fuse in spot #1, but it is fine. Except I just dropped it into an unreachable spot below the fuse box---dooh!)

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Fuse 18 in the power distribution box or the interior fuse panel?
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#18 in the PDB. Where is the interior fuse panel?
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fuse for dash lights (97 f150) blown?

Left side of dash, a pull out panel, and the cover pulls off with fuses under it. Cover is numbered.
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fuse for dash lights (97 f150) blown?

I found the interior fuse panel. My cover does not have the numbered locations listed on it.

Funny thing, this morning the dash lights work again! (I never actually verfied the 5amp fuse in #18 interior panel was good).

What does the small (6 slot) fuse panel behind the PDB serve? That's where I dropped the 5amp fuse from slot #1.

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Is there a website where I can see information about fuse locations and what they serve?
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fuse for dash lights (97 f150) blown?

now they don't work again.

is it a 5amp in #18?

I'm missing the location guide (not on panel cover) -anyone help with orientation on the panel?

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this morning they work?!?! Hmmm....
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and they work again this morning. begining to think bad switch...
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