Beneath the steering wheel.
There is a PLASTIC fuse panel that has to be removed.
It will most likely have a couple of Phillips head screws holding it on from the bottom. Be careful removing it, as there are 3 or 4 plastic tabs near the top edge that go into rectangular holes to retain the top of the fuse panel cover to the dash. These are easy to break off on cars that have sun damage to their interior parts. There MAY also still be a molded fiberboard panel that goes from the first panel all the way to the firewall. THIS PANEL IS SOFT AND IS INTENDED TO PREVENT THE DRIVER'S SHOES FROM SCUFFING AND TROUSERS FROM SNAGGING ON THE WIRING AND OTHER UNDER DASH COMPONENTS. If THAT panel is still there, you may be lucky and have a vehicle that was reasonably looked after for a long time. The fuses used are the plastic headed, flat style, original size (now the larger type) 2 bladed ones.
Ford Country Squire was created in 1951.
Ford did not publish or rate automobiles until the 1990s
Ford Squire was created in 1955.
89 hp (66 kW; 90 PS) is the power of the ford country squire wagon automatic 1978 engine and its maximum speed is 156 km/h (97 mph).
A 1966 Country Squire Station Wagon, 6 passenger with the 289 engine and a/c could go from $3000 to $18000. It all about condition and factory accessories.
I believe it is built into the altenator.
its in the gas tank!!!
The flasher relay unit on a 1987 Ford Courier is located underneath the dash. The relay will be on the right side of the fuse box that is near the glove compartment.
Owner's manual. Driver's side under the dash.
under the dist. cap
The fuel pump relay on a 1987 Ford Ranger is located under the dashboard near the steering column. It is typically mounted right near the firewall.
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