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Old 03-10-2008, 04:45 PM
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1998 F-150 Fuse panel diagram

Please help it is cold outside- just got hand me down 1998 F 150 to drive for work-- heater blows COLD not hot or even close to being hot!! neeed fuse panel diagram to show what fuse works what ( of course the original is gone!)
any help or suggestions will be greatly recieved... Thanks JB
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