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Old 05-03-2010, 07:03 PM
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Fuse Box/ Owners Manual

I was checking my fuse box to see if my fuse was blown because my overdrive isnt working... Well I checked my fuse and there are a couple blown ones but I dont have a owners manual to see what fuses are blown... Anyone here have a manual or a link to see the diagram for a 2002 F250 7.3 liter fuse box?????? Someone please help me
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Ok, I found the diagram but its says nothing about a overdrive fuse. Am I missing something?? Is there a fuse for the overdrive switch???? The problem im having is when I press the switch it doesnt turn on just trying to diagnose it
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Old 05-04-2010, 06:16 AM
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Well, of course, every item doesn't have a separate fuse or is even identified as to which fuse it's associated with.... so check 'em all

But, my first thoughts would would be to check under the steering column cover because it's not uncommon for the wires to chafe there as they go to that stalk.
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here is a link to the owners manual

https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenan...ls/default.asp
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Well, of course, every item doesn't have a separate fuse or is even identified as to which fuse it's associated with.... so check 'em all

But, my first thoughts would would be to check under the steering column cover because it's not uncommon for the wires to chafe there as they go to that stalk.
I checked them all and only 46-48 fuses are the ones not working but according to the owners manual neither are thos are to the overdrive....
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Under the driver side dash in position 5 is a 15 A blue fuse that protects both the turn signals and the overdrive switch. I have had this fuse go out due to the overdrive off switch. I plan to check the wiring in the steering column. Does anyone know if this switch operates a relay and if so where is it ? A circuit diagram for the Overdrive would sure help.

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Thanks guys, I found fuse #4 in the engine compartment blown. Replaced the fuse and all is good. I probably shorted the wire when sticking the test light into the trailer wiring connector when checking the trailer lights in the dark.

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