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1997 ford f-150 fuse box diagram

I did a search and was surprised I could not find a 1997 ford f-150 4.6 litr fuse box diagram.My fuse box in the truck only has 1 relay plugged in and it is the number 1 relay and my dome lights do not work so If someone can give me the relay numbers or a fuse box diagram that will show which ones I will need I will appreciate it.Thank you.
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there are spots for 5 relays starting at the top you need the first two and last two the middle one is empty
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Yeah autozone said they don't have a way of looking up the numbers or whatever they need to see what relay I need so I guess I need the manual or whatever to find out the number on the relay.
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ok for relay 2 match to relay 1 for 4&5 just get a geniric 5 pin relay nothing fancey just the regular square ones

or pop your hood and pull a relay out of that fuse box and show them
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Ok thank You
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its in here
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Does anyone know if relays 2,4,5 are even used for the interior lamps?I know relay 1 says it is for interior lamps but 2,4,5 do not say anything about interior.
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relay 2 is used for the interior lights
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Thanks I guess you answered my question
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