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Where is the heater blower fuse for a 96 Ford Ranger?

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2014-04-18 09:38:22
2014-04-18 09:38:22

I was looking at the 1996 Ford Ranger Owner Guide and it shows :

In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment

In the row nearest the drivers side the 3rd maxi fuse ( 40 amp ) from the

firewall end of the P D Box is the fuse for the BLOWER MOTOR ( Helpfull )

also , in the fuse panel in the drivers end of the dash ( you can see the fuse panel cover with the drivers door open ) the ( # 6 ) fuse is a ( 7.5 amp mini fuse ) for the blower relay , air bag system

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