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Old 11-14-2009, 07:41 PM
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1998 Expedition Fuse Box Diagram

My cigar lighter, and power points are not working on my 98 Expi I just bought. Does anyone have a digram for the fuse box? I have searched the net but can't find the correct one? Thanks
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It's in your owners manual, see page 130. If you don't have your owners manual here it is. http://www.motorcraftservice.com/pub.../98exdog1e.pdf
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I just bought the truck and it didn't have a manual. I tried that link but it seems to be invalid. Does anyone else have any suggestions as to where I can find a fuse box diagram? Thanks
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I had to register with the site in order to view the page. I found the info. Thanks
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where is fuse to disarm alarm
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on a 97 ford expedtion
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If there is an alarm added on to the factory keyless, there will be a module installed under or to the left side of the steering column under the dash. There will be some wiring leading to that square box that will have in line fuses that you can pull. NOTE: most systems are wired in a way that if you remove the fuse to the alarm system the vehicle will not start. You will have to reconnect a wire that has been cut in the ignition wiring (gives power to the starter). You will see 2 wires from the alarm module go to each end of the cut wire under the dash. If I remember correctly, the wire may be white with a pink stripe.
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If there is an alarm added on to the factory keyless, there will be a module installed under or to the left side of the steering column under the dash. There will be some wiring leading to that square box that will have in line fuses that you can pull. NOTE: most systems are wired in a way that if you remove the fuse to the alarm system the vehicle will not start. You will have to reconnect a wire that has been cut in the ignition wiring (gives power to the starter). You will see 2 wires from the alarm module go to each end of the cut wire under the dash. If I remember correctly, the wire may be white with a pink stripe.
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