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Old 01-12-2004, 12:52 PM
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97 f-150 fuse box layout?

I just bougt a 97 f-150 and the windshield washer pump does not work. The fuse on the interior fuse panel is good and i am trying to locate the relay. I have the owners manual with the pictue of the two fuse panels (inside the cab and in the engine compartment) but the one in the engine compartment does not match what i have in the book even closely. Can anyone tell me where to find the correct picture / layout of this or do you know off hand which one it is?
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I wish I could help you. I just got a 97 F150 and I do not know what the fuse box layout is because I have no Manual. Could you possibly e-mail me a copy of yours?? Thanks for any help
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Old 02-18-2004, 11:48 PM
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Have it figured out

I finally got a copy of the manual, do you still need a copy of the fuse box?
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Thumbs up Copy of the 97 f150 owners manual

would someone please email me a copy of the 1997 ford f150 4.2l v6 owners manual I am a first time Ford owner as well as a first time ford pick up owner & I really love my truck but I bought it second hand & it never came with a manual ! thank you in advance !
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If you guys DIY with electrical issues purchasing an EVTM (Electrical-Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual) can prove quite helpful.

I've found mine on eBay, most times in great shape and less than $15 each---worth looking into.
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If you guys DIY with electrical issues purchasing an EVTM (Electrical-Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual) can prove quite helpful.

I've found mine on eBay, most times in great shape and less than $15 each---worth looking into.
Absolutely!
I find one for every Ford product that I own, most from eBay. It can be tough to impossible to troubleshoot electrical issues, other than minor or obvious ones, without proper circuit diagrams.
I picked up an EVTM for my 92 Lincoln Mark VII (really complex wiring) for $5 on eBay! It saved my butt many times, and I know automotive electrical systems pretty well.

Did anyone notice that this thread is originally from 2004??
No big deal in my book, but, It's always best to start a NEW thread if you have a question.
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