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Old 08-22-2009, 08:33 PM
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84 f150 fuse box diagram

i need a pic of a 1984 fuse box diagram badly! my problem is as soon as i replaced the cillonid the truck would crank 3 or 4 times then it would kept on turning over with the key out of the ing. i bypased the ing. with a push button wiring direct from battery to button from button to cillinod but i think i need to wire from fuse box to button to cillnoid if anyone could help me out i would appreciate it thanks driver 1984
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Make sure you didn't accidentally hook one of the little push-on connectors onto the wrong threaded post on the front of the solenoid.

And you might try sticking your key back into the ignition and turning it back toward the accessory position next time it sticks. The ignition switch inside the column might be sticking.
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This is a great thing to have, I have looked and cannot find though which size fuse goes into each slot. Any one have this info?
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check the voltage on the switch wire on your solenoid.
if is getting low voltage 10.5 or so or less it will cause the contacts to stick together and will keep turning the starter until 1: it runs the battery down or 2: you get perturbed and whack the heck out of the solenoid.
my low voltage was caused by a faulty neutral safety switch.
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I have the owner's manual from my 86, but I have no way to scan it to show what fuse ratings go into each slot.
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I have the owner's manual from my 86, but I have no way to scan it to show what fuse ratings go into each slot.
I wish my Chilton book covered this
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You should be made aware that the above diagram is in error for the year models.

It should say 1980 only for the list to the left, and 1981-1986 for the list to the right.
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The Haynes book I had was wrong too....not one thing was the same between the book and my actual fuse box...
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