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looking for 1986 F-150 Fuse box diagram info

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I am having problems with the electrical in my truck and a few other things like the gas gauge and speedometer. I have the Chilton's™ Manual and a few friends that know a little about trucks but none of them can help with the fuse box diagram.

If you have ever seen or know the fuse box diagram info on a 1986 F-150 4x4 please email me @ bruce-lee[at]comcast[dot]net

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