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Old 08-23-2006, 02:35 PM
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2002 F350 Fuse Box Diagram

I just bought a 02 and the owner's manual is gone. Is there anybody out there who could help me find out what all the fuse numbers are on my truck?
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Old 08-23-2006, 03:38 PM
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You asked ????

I have a 2002 F350 7.3L SRW PSD. As you can see from my Avitar.
I may be able to photo copy what you need, It would help if you could be really specific and give me some time to make the copies.
You can order a set of manuals, But I guess you might not want or need all the Info.
You might want to ask MARC on this site if he knows of any dealer specific books you can order from Ford (The kind the dealer Tech's use).
Good Luck
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if the only thing your looking for is the fuse locations, id just go order up a manual. The factory EVTM that shows it (wiring diagram) is gonna be pretty spendy........

Either get a manual or a copy of the fuse section from someone if thats all you need
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The problem that I am having is that my right low beam headlight does not work. When I turn on the high beams they both work fine, when I turn on the low beams only the drivers side headlight works. I was told that there may be a blown fuse that is causing this but I do not know. I just bought the truck yesterday and when I drove it home last night is when I noticed the light out. I stopped at a parts store and bought two new headlights and replaced them both. When I turned on the lights, I got the same result. I put a voltmeter to the plug and found that there is no power going to the plug. I then turned the high beams and put the voltmeter to the plug it was getting power. I guess that I am hoping for a quick fix so I do not have to trace the wire down and see if it is broken somewhere. I just do not really know what to do at this time. Just looking for some suggestions. Thanks.
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hmm, Marc did they seperate the contacts for each side headlight in the multi-function switch? if so that may be the problem, i've never heard of two fuses for low beams, but i have been proven wrong before.
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It did turn out just to be a fuse. I went up to Ford and one of the Service Techs looked it up on a wiring diagram. He told me anytime that I have a fuse out to hook up a test light and hit all the fuses in the box and if any are missing to put in a 10 amp fuse and see what happens. But thanks again for the help.
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It did turn out just to be a fuse. I went up to Ford and one of the Service Techs looked it up on a wiring diagram. He told me anytime that I have a fuse out to hook up a test light and hit all the fuses in the box and if any are missing to put in a 10 amp fuse and see what happens. But thanks again for the help.
well i'll be.....
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