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Old 02-11-2007, 06:49 PM
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fuse location chart, under hood mini #3 20amp and mini#10 25amp

anyone know what these fuses go to? under the hood behind the air filter housing, mini fuse numbers 3 and 10. I am thinking they go to the trailer tow relay, but am not sure and none of my manuals show them. any info is appreciated. thanks
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Smile Hi Jason

I have an early F-350 DRW 4+4. The manual I took my info from I downloaded and it is for the 99 superduty. It shows number three being a 7.5 amp that is trailer tow right stop/turn lamp. The number 10 you as about runs the power point. I didn't see the year of your truck as that might make a diff. If this don't work for you keep asking as one of the techs will come to the rescue. Hope this helps!!
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Old 02-12-2007, 06:20 AM
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thanks for the fast reply, it is a 1999, i was figuring it was for the trailer tow, as my brake/turn lights did not work. what is the #10 power point for? I guess I better put a 7.5 in number 3. where did you download your manual from? I would like to get one for future reference.
thanks for the info.
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Thumbs up Glad to help!!

The power point they are referring to I think would be the out let on the dash for cell phone or PC. Just a port to plug things. I can't remember for sure on the download. I believe it was a Ford site. I just stumbled on to it. When I got my truck last summer I was wire the trailer plug and didn't have power to the battery wire at the back. I had a fuse blown also. Replaced the fuse and all was well. I didn't get an owners manual with my truck or an engine service manual either. I need to see if I can get one sometime. I'll bet someone had a short in the wiring and just stuck a larger fuse in. Hope there isn't any damage to the wiring!! If they blow there's a problem some where. Glad to help--------Good luck
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