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1998 F150 fuse block diagram

I just bought a 98 F150 and of course the previous owner decided to keep the owners manual for good luck or something Does anyone have info on where I can get the fuse block diagram? Thanks in advance. Oh and Merry Christmas:-X12
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[updated:LAST EDITED ON 22-Dec-02 AT 07:30 PM (EST)]A Haynes manual, or try to talk your friendly local Ford dealer out of a replacement manual. They might send you a free one if you call 800-392-FORD.
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I have a 1998 ford and will send you copy of the fuse blocks if you can't get one from ford. just send me your address to mail it. I tried to scan it but, my scanner does not do very well with small lettering. ralph_jennings@lycos.com
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