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Old 09-02-2009, 03:10 PM
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need picture of fuse layout

I am not sure if the title made sense to anybody, (barely made sense to me, but it sounded good) anyways, I just picked up this '88 F150, none of the interior lights work, no power to the sterio wires, I just looked at where the fuses are and a bunch are missing. I have no paperwork for the truck so i do not know the correct sizes of the fuses that should go in the gaps... so if somebody could send me a picture , or post up a picture, of what my fuses should look like i can just match them up, or maybe if there is a chart that designates what goes where... thank you - stuart
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Hi there 91gettaDI

You might try asking this in the 1987 - 1996 F150 And Larger F-Series Trucks

Thank you for thinking of us, maybe you'll luck out and one of the Connecticut guys will have an answer for you.

Since you found us, how about joining our Chapter, we'd like to get to now you, even meet at a GTG.

Do stop in the Chapter's CT Member Introductions and say hello.
What's your first name and what town/city do you live in?

Someone might be able to swing by and help out.
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